Christian Schmeer offers us “Malaise”, a series of photographs and a video of Beelitz-Heilstätten a building created in Germany in 1898 and served as a sanatorium and then as a military hospital during the 20th century, which is notorious for having as a patient Adolf Hitler during World War I. Now abandoned, this place has been immortalized by the photographer with images of high quality. More after the jump.
To celebrate the return of the famous TV series “Mad Men”, the site teams Shutterstock imagined equivalences between our time and the the series. A phenomenon and a decrypted through several elements, objects and characters graphic style, all in a comparison between 1960 and 2013.
Italian photographer Giuseppe Lo Schiavo has created this beautiful series of surreal pictures called “Levitation”. Architectural symbols representing different eras and places humanity on giant rocks levitating, these images quite baffling. More in the future.
Focus for the new project “Word Animals” by Australian graphic designer Dan Fleming. Rendering original and impressive typographic work around a wide range of colors and animal names. Discover these figures and series pictures on his website dedicated website and the rest of the article.
Alexander Bouquet is a German photographer with undeniable talent. Cold Abyss with this series, the artist offers us incredible beauty shots taken in the heart of the German Alps. To discover in the future.
Photographer Dillon Marsh offers us a series of photos very successful impressive birds nests in the Kalahari Desert. Called “Assimilation”, these images shows telephone poles covered with each a unique shape.
Marc Giai-Miniet is a French artist who cultivates a passion for building “doll houses” with a impressive level of details. These dioramas, a selection of which is to discover in the following, require talent and a large dose of patience.
Nichole & Evan Robertson have made these beautiful posters after their trip to Paris. With a graphical approach very successful, they plunge us into the streets of the French capital with visual discover.
The Moment after the Show, this is a great idea by Swiss photographer Matthias Willi who immortalized several major music stars just after the end of one of their shows. To see artists like Iggy Pop or Queens of The Stone Age to the output stage, a selection of photographs is to be discovered in the future.
In line with the series In your Fridge by Stephanie de Rouge, this project here and this series “You Are What You Eat” made by photographer Mark Menjivar. Work around the food consumed by Americans and reflect on lifestyle, thanks to shooting different refrigerators.
Andrew Brodhead offers us beautiful images gather under the name of Floating series. These pictures represent body covered with plastic like a cocoon and floating above the ground in a natural landscape, with reference to the consumption of man against nature. More after in the article.
By the Bus Stop is the idea of the british photograph Richard Hooker. Fascinated by the bus stop as a place of transition and social mix, he immortalized in London future bus passengers between 2001 and 2005. More to see in the article.
Focus on Eric Cahan, a photographer from New York who loves to capture especially the sky in all its colors. Great shots are to be found in the following article on this series. More in the sequel.
Discoveries of works by the artist Von London (also known as HelloVon), author of many series and serigraphs for brands like Nike and American Express. These are original illustrations from his latest project “Animals Series” visible on his portfolio and later in the article.
The graphic designer and artist Amanda Jane Jones introduces different creative couples in this funny project called My Better Half. Featuring photos of each individual half and also the couple, with some fun facts about each person. Plus, she matches the photographs with illustrated icons that make each scene even more playful. More in the article.