The photographer based in Donna Dotan recently focused her work on the play of reflections and lights on the various buildings of the town with this series Reflections From Above. Images playing with talent on symmetry and giving another vision of the Big Apple to discover.
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.
Photographer Christine Muraton we discover this simplistic picture scenes series she transforms into fantastic tales. These photographs are unreal, minimalist and poetic character from the use of cool colors, selected and used light subjects. A fantastic find in the rest of the article work.
The Korean artist Sungseok Ahn had the idea of projecting onto a screen shots of iconic monuments dating from Seoul another time and thus to confront a contemporary picture of the same places. One way to show that certain symbols through time with this project “Historic Present” to be discovered in the future.
With his “Playing” series, American photographer Alex Mac Lean captures all kinds of fields in high angle shot. In the middle of the desert, in a swimming pool or in the sea, on the grass, amusement parks, a sport games field, aquatic or terrestrial fields : he wants to show the entertainment through a sunny America.
Aged only 21, the French artist Xavier Casalta is working on illustrations and typography in all black & white dots, using essentially a Isograph 0,10mm pen. A rendering of a high quality, to discover with in the article with a selection of his works, including numerous versions of his latest project ‘The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog’.
British photographer Julian Calverley offers panoramic shots of his capital of a great beauty. Bringing together three files each time to obtain an image of the most beautiful effect, these photos taken along the Thames pays tribute with talent to London famous places. To discover in the following images.
To celebrate the end of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, New York Times wanted to highlight some performances of athletes by offering a montage of some jumps frame by frame. Great render for understanding the complexity of the technical prowess performed to discover in the article.
Canadian photographer Benoît Paillé, after several series, offers us with this great series Visions / Hyper-Reality to discover pictures taken near his hous during walks by night-time, trying to reinterpret his environment, and to see an alternate reality. Snapshots rendering strange, playing with colors to give an impression of paintings to discover in the article.