Swedish company Frameworks has designed the Frameworks One : a backlight photo frame commanded from your smartphone to change easily the diaporama or lighting. You can buy or sell prints of your synchronized photos in the Framework One thanks to an application set up for the project. More infos on their page Kickstarter.
For his latest ongoing series, german photographer Heiko Tiemann invites us into a school for children with learning disabilities. Through his poignant and honest images, he seeks to give his subjects a voice in a society where they are faced with neglect and misunderstanding. To discover in images in the following section.
On the occasion of the Adobe Max 2014 conference held in Los Angeles last week, the American photographer Ami Vitale was able to share her travels and ties and moments she was able to forge with all those people around the world. Wonderful shots to discover in the rest of the article, whereas her speech on stage is to discover here.
It’s in the largest salt desert of the world, in Bolivia, that Dutch photographer Scarlett Hooft Graaflan organized this minimalist artistic photo shoot in collaboration with Gastón Ugalde. Both artists took advantage of the surreal beauty of the place in order to stage balloon sculptures and other zany development scenes.
After his superb series Skindeep, French photographer Julien Palast imagined “Textures of Time,” seeking through beautiful pictures of great sobriety to highlight elements and textures of nature to capture time. Images of great beauty symbolizing the four seasons through one year to discover in the article.
In the 1960s-1970s, American photographer Arthur Tress became interested in the world of dreams and nightmares with his photographs and in particular with the series “Theater of the Mind,” in which he plays to illustrate the dreams of children as well as adults, offering images in black & white of high quality.