Ryan McGinley is a photographer who lives and works in New York. Recognized internationally for nearly fifteen year, the artist has built a dreamlike and colorful photographic universe that reveals men and women in an absolutely splendid way.
Zahariz is an adventurer and Malaysian filmmaker who is currently traveling around the world, spending most of the time on a bike while making the film of his journey. The man has fully adopted the nomadic way of life and traveled almost 400km in the mountainous regions of Kyrgyzstan.
Paweł Bajew is a Polish photographer and illustrator based in Pulawy. Among its many project, the artist made a series of strange portraits depicting all kinds of characters both funny and disturbing. An intriguing collection to discover later in the article.
Fox Grom is a Russian photographer born in Kirovsk. The artist has two beautiful Husky he likes to shoot in all kinds of situations. In this series, the man walked with his two adorable animals on a frozen lake. To discover images in the following section.
Asphyxia is an experimental film project directed by Maria Takeuchi and Frederico Phillips. Artists explore human movement through motion capture technology. The team used two Xbox Kinect sensor to capture the movements of the dancer Shiho Tanaka then rendered the data produced in a photo-realistic environment.
The Russian photographer Vadim Trunov recently captured a series of photographs of wild squirrels in photo shoot. In the snowy forest outside the city of Voronezh in Russia, Trunov had subtly filed accessories and waited with his camera a pair of squirrels to play with.
Angélica García creates photographic works around the themes of loneliness and emptiness. The photos are not retouched, everything is done by hand. Angelica takes a picture of her subject, prints and handles to turn it into a surreal dream image before taking a picture of the final result again.
Reuters was born there 30 years. Thirty years to play a key and indispensable role in the distribution of photojournalism for worldwide publications. To celebrate this anniversary, the agency has dug into its archives for us to deliver some of the most striking images.
Here is a selection of portraits captured by the artiste Zeng Jiayuan. This young photographer develops a fascinating fantastic and mystical world. Through these pictures, Zeng confronts humans and his indescribable relationship with the world that surrounds it.
For this photos series “Down The River”, Adrian Skenderovic has photographed in high-angle shot the front of sailing river-buses. It’s interesting to observe the visual wealth of these shots depending on the design and the colors of the boats. To discover below.
Dean Bradshaw has visited Los Angeles locals to photograph craftsmen, working intensely. From the carpenter to the metalworker, the photographer shows us stunning images of them working in a bluish darkness that illustrate the beauty and the complex expertisel of manual work.
Michael Kenna is a British photographer born in 1953. Graduated from the London College of Communication, the artist lives in Seattle. Became famous for its beautiful black and white landscapes, here is a selection of some of his work.
Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura presents new photographic project “Monodramatic”. If the scientific cloning does not exist, the artistic cloning comes through the work of Daisuke, which, on the theme of “self,” made a series in which it multiplies his models by ten.
Here is Nixie, the brainchild of researcher Christoph Kohstall, the first wearable drone of the world. This prototype begins as a bracelet and then become a small quadcopter after performing a simple gesture with your wrist. Once the device took off, he knows exactly where you are and allows you to take photo or video, then come back to you like a boomerang.
Photographer Dustin Farrell spent four years perfecting his technique and traveling around the world to capture the finest failures, these alchemies moments remarkable that nature can sometimes occur when its elements meet.