Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita introduced a new series of portraits using unexpected tools and materials such as wire connecting repeatedly to nails to form a face. Successful creations still to be discovered in the future.
Brazilian artist living in New York, the artist Vik Muniz already known for his compositions depicting portraits of celebrities with various objects has created a series of works representing animals with using elements of golden appearance. More in the article.
With his series “Celebrity Works”, the Italian photographer Maurizio Galimberti offers us images of stars such as Johnny Depp or Robert De Niro in the unexpected form of a mosaic of polaroids. A successful completion to discover more.
The art director and German photographer Sebastian Schramm had the great idea of composing shots playing with all forms of paper. Funny pictures and inspiring to discover more.
Peter Jamus is an American photographer based in Minneapolis. He offers us great shots combining nature and human beings with talent. Successful and mastered mages to discover in images in the future.
The artist Miguel Endara wanted to make a tribute to Benjaman Kyle, pseudonym of a manin the U.S. who had lost all memory. Indeed, the artist composed a portrait absolutely beautiful dotted with a total of more than 2 million points. Rendering visually beautiful to discover more.
Julian Germain shots since 2004 photographs of classrooms around the world. This series called Classroom Portraits by the English photographer underlines this place that we have all experienced differently in our childhood. More in the future.
Kumi Yamashita is a Japanese artist based in New York known for its ability to handle different surfaces and thus managing to play with their shadows. Here is his latest work, still successful, showing different profiles, including that of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Focus on the impressive work of the artist Eric Daigh using between 15,000 and 20,000 markers for design works and portraits as tiles. Use of the 5 original colors and grids for the series “Portraits Pushpin” to discover on his portfolio and later in the article.
Using the crowd to compose giant portraits of famous people, it is the incredible idea of Alan Craig. This American artist revisits the idea of traditional photography and let you discover these pictures from another angle, requiring significant organizational work. More after the jump.
Kudos for this series of Menno Aden photographer entitled “Portrait Room”. An angle from the sky to show various rooms and interiors throughout the world, different cultures or the back. More images on his portfolio online and in the rest of the article.
Matt & Kyle McDonald invites us to discover in a video their work presented at the NYC Resistor Interactive Show. Blind Self Portrait proposes to guide the visitor’s hand while he’s closing his eyes to draw his face captured by a computer. A very nice idea to explore in the sequel.
Amanda Friedman is a well-known American photographer. Based in Los Angeles, she has immortalized celebrities with large portraits, very successful. Discover in images after the jump.
Coup de coeur pour les travaux de Seung Mo Park. Cet artiste propose de jouer dans ses oeuvres sur la réalité et l’illusion en utilisant des matériaux comme du grillage ou du treillis métallique pour composer des visages magnifiques. Plus dans la suite.
Cara Phillips est une artiste née à Detroit. Avec UV Portraits, cette photographe nous dévoile des portraits de personnes éclairées par une lumière ultraviolette. Soulignant les défauts et imperfections de la peau, une série de visuels sont à découvrir dans la suite.