Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel

Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel  Underwater Dogs is a funny series of photographs by Seth Casteel. Based in Los Angeles, Seth delivers spontaneous and priceless results to capture our favourite pets in images that will surely last forever. Some of them are really funny and some a bit scary, you’ll be the judge! For more information about the Seth Casteel, you can visit LittleFriendsPhoto.com … Continue reading Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel

Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong

Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong 500px | Facebook These dreaming-like photos are real, no Photoshop was used except in post-production editing, which were created by a reliable team, Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, two models and seven expert safety divers. The photographer’s project was more of an extraordinary and challenging adventure than an inspirational photography creation. The models, who are experienced … Continue reading Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong

These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now

These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now The Japanese owner of “Marutaro the Hedgehog” has been posting pictures of Marutaro with little cutout faces on Twitter With over 40,000 followers on Twitter and 26,400 fans on Vine, Marutaro the hedgehog from Japan is one of the most popular hedgehogs on the Internet. And his owner continues to post daily photos of … Continue reading These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now

Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light

Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light Mesmerizing rainbows have appeared, seemingly out of thin air, just a stone’s throw away from the White House. But what looks like colorful rays of light are actually just a trick of the eye. Artist Gabriel Dawe crafted the ethereal optical illusion, titled Plexus A1, from 60 miles of embroidery thread that span 19-foot-tall ceilings. … Continue reading Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light

“Floating Sculptural Events” by Floto+Warner Studio

Floto+Warner  Turn Brightly Colored Liquids Into “Floating Sculptural Events” Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair. The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images … Continue reading “Floating Sculptural Events” by Floto+Warner Studio

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42 raisons pour lesquelles vous devriez visiter la Roumanie maintenant

Bigar Cascade   Tunnel d’amour roumain Marais de Mousse Verte Montagnes de Bucegi Montagnes de Bucegi Ceahlau Maramures Château de Bran (Dracula)   Sunflower Fields   Corvin Castle Rodnei Mountains, Romania Peles Castle Decebal Retezat National Park, Carpathians Rodnei  Apuseni Mountains Spring Afternoon In The Hills Of Holbav Village Brasov Sighişoara Mountain Road   Sibiu  Autumn in the Village Biertan Sibiu The Transfagarasan, Transylvania Lever … Continue reading 42 raisons pour lesquelles vous devriez visiter la Roumanie maintenant

Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani

Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani A selection of great photography from “INFRARED NYC” by , Paolo Pettigiani a self taught photographer. He currently live in Turin, Italy. Paolo Pettigiani sees new york city’s central park in pink and blue, all images was taken in Central Park because for this type of infrared photography He need a big and massive piece … Continue reading Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks  The garden is inspired by science and mathematics, with sculptures and landscaping on these themes, such as Black Holes and Fractals. The garden is not abundant with plants, but sets mathematical formulae and scientific phenomenae in a setting which elegantly combines natural features and artificial symmetry and curves. It is probably unique among gardens, drawing comparisons with a similarly … Continue reading Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already

This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already  The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are in full swing, so check out some of the fierce competitors jostling for the top prize this year. Paul ‘PJ’ Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam founded the awards to spotlight wildlife conservation efforts and to inject some humour into the world of wildlife photography. More info: Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Continue reading This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already

The Blossom Project: Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot

‘The Blossom Project’ : Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot   Created as a collaboration between photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot, ‘The Blossom Project’ depicts colourful clouds of smoke emerging from evocative landscapes all around the globe. From Morocco to Norway, the artists’ interventions call into question the presence and absence of humans in landscapes – from abandoned quarries and construction sites to vast planes … Continue reading The Blossom Project: Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot

Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset

Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset on Behance To create such beautiful and conceptual settings, Russian photographer Slava Thisset aka Local Preacher, combines photography and digital art. Through her photographs, she explores the fluorescent aesthetics of neon lights with make-up, body painting, lights and photo retouching. Continue reading Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset

Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso

Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso Italian artist and photographer Giuseppe Colarusso  imagines bizarre and humorous objects, each of which is either technically impossible, improbable, or simply useless in its proposed design. Colarusso himself sees his work ‘Improbabilità’ as a kind of a surreal still life, a collection of imaginary  that are , but not impossible. Continue reading Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso

Surreal Photography of Humans and Landscapes by Antonio Mora

Surreal Portraits by Antonio Mora Double exposure portraits by Spanish artist Antonio Mora blending dreamy landscapes and architecture with images of beautiful faces Mora found online. His seamless way of mixing various concepts together evokes a sense of mystery adding that the portraits “open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only for an instant, the hybrid beings who populate our … Continue reading Surreal Photography of Humans and Landscapes by Antonio Mora

Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky

Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky on Behance Igor Skaletsky does have what it takes to be a collage master. Born in 1978 in Russia, this freelance illustrator has travelled in the hot spots of contemporary art, including Israel and Germany, to find his own visual identity. The result of this initiatory trip is a unique technique, combining digital photomontage with acrylic paint and varnish. … Continue reading Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky

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Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale

Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale Called Greenovia Dodrentalis, these succulents have curved layered petals that make the plants look just like roses. Mostly they’re found in the Canary Islands but we would say they belong somewhere in a fairy tale because of how unique and magical they look! Keep on scrolling to check out some pictures of … Continue reading Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale

Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon Amateur Photographer David Chambon who have more than 10 years of experience in macro shooting, tried to capture magical moments and perpetuate the magnificence of nature. He recently went on a fundamentally different level, and his hobby became the first to bring income. The main objects of pictures are all kinds of birds for him, and of course, insects. … Continue reading Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

Image credits: Teerayut Hiruntaraporn Image credits: Atsushi Motoyama Image credits: Megu Image credits: hirocame Image credits: azure Image credits: Ituki Kadiwara Image credits: Shirunosuke Image credits: Kota-G Image credits: Syota Takahashi Image credits: torne 4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park Hitachi Seaside Park: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube Blue flowers and blue sky at Hitachi Seaside Park Taking advantage of the beautiful spring weather, today … Continue reading 4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell

Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell  Instagram | Vimeo The gentle grace of the mysterious humpback whale is captured in a mesmerising new photo series. Jem Cresswell spent three years following the marine mammals during their annual migration to Vava’a island in the Tonga to get the close-up shots. One image shows a humpback gliding towards the camera with barnacles on its underside. Another shows … Continue reading Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell

Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections

Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections Facebook The work of Javier Riera born in Avilés, Asturias, Spain, is based in geometric shaped light projections, striked directly onto vegetation and landscape. He uses photography as a means for registration and spreading of the happening, without digital manipulation whatsoever. Thus, it’s centered in an experience of real intervention onto “the space and time of … Continue reading Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections

Double Exposure GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats

 GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats Behance Artist Said Dagdeviren took this format and used it to make art. His stunning images are transformed into lively animations. He took animals from varying habitats and laid their environment over the image of their figure. Each GIF has an individual story speaking to the impact the environment has on any creature, no matter if they … Continue reading Double Exposure GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats

Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham

  Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham The artist that I show you today is James Bareham, photographer of the New York based creative studio The New Cruelty, as well as the developer of this awesome series of still-life images taken in the exhibition spaces of the famous show “Bodies The Exhibition“.    Photographs taken for the television production company True Entertainment and used to … Continue reading Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham

See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset

See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset When nine-time Emmy award-winning TV producer and writer John Marshall found himself living alone for a month on Frye Island, Maine, he got to thinking about how best to spend his time. Inspired by the beautiful sunsets he witnessed from his back door, he began the ‘Sunset Selfies’ project. Every night he’s on the … Continue reading See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset

GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler

 GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler Balance is actually a short documentary directed by Tobias Hutzler that shows the incredible balancing work performed by artist Mädir Eugster of Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque. Set aligned with a plain, white backdrop, the performance artist vigilantly gathers 16 bare ribs of palm leaves and a feather by balancing each member in front of the other. … Continue reading GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier Guay At the outset, these sculptures by artist Claude-Olivier Guay appear like a jumble of wire and feathers folded into a heap, but each hides a remarkable secret. Working only with a pair of pliers, Guay folds, bends, and twists an inner framework of hidden creatures that dramatically transform with a bit of manual manipulation. In his 2015 piece titled La Tanière the … Continue reading Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night

Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night   More info:  Shaun Jeffers Photography   Something quite special dwells beneath the surface of New Zealand and these images prove that the country is just as beautiful below ground as it is above! The Waitomo area is famous for it’s limestone caves and within these caves are one of the most magical insects in the world, … Continue reading Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night

Serpentine Photography by Mark Laita

Serpentine, Photography by Mark Laita Mark Laita features up close shots of various snakes for his upcoming book called “Serpentine”. The photographs exhibit a series of snakes curling themselves in various shapes and designs while a solid black background amplifies the unique coloring and textures of the mysterious reptiles. This feature shows an interesting perspective to the frequently misunderstood footless creatures by focusing in on … Continue reading Serpentine Photography by Mark Laita

The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik

The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik Inspired by intriguing stories and symbolism behind fruits and vegetables, Polish photographer Maciek Jasik captures these healthy foods enveloped in smoke and color in an effort to bring back the “mystical, invisible qualities that have been lost amidst the clamor of nutritional statistics.” “The modern world has separated us from the origins and uses of … Continue reading The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik

Surreal Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Marcelo Monreal’s Surreal Collages Replace Our Insides With Beautiful Blooms Marcelo Monreal is a Brazilian digital collage artist based in Santa Catarina, Brazil. ”Faces I always drew attention. And if i stressing? If the let loose from the rest of the body, which would be within? Well, to me, still I think that people have a little bit of beauty within them by more that this … Continue reading Surreal Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Iréel by Flora Borsi

Iréel by Flora Borsi on Behance “Flora Borsi is a popular artist from Budapest, Hungary. She has specialized digital photography. Her works it to visualize the physically impossible in a form of photo manipulation. She is an expert in this art. She is noted for the digital manipulation. She is very well known for her works. We can find the accuracy and extreme efficiency through … Continue reading Iréel by Flora Borsi

One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent

One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent on Tumblr These ironic, hilarious, and surreal animated portraits are part of commercial photographer Romain Laurent‘s photography challenge. Laurent’s desire to break the routine (of working on commercial photography) ended up on a quest to create silly-looking looped animated portrait each week since last September. He says the bizarre and often laugh-out-loud experiments are a low-pressure way … Continue reading One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent

Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge

Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge Renowned digital artist Miguel Chevalier recent installation in King’s College Chapel in Cambridge will almost make you think that the 16th century structure was designed explicitly for lights to be projected onto its insides. It should be noted that it’s not easy to improve on a building that is already so awe-inspiring, but … Continue reading Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge

Year’s Best Biological Photos Capture the Artistry of Science and Photos by Igor Siwanowicz

 Photos by Igor Siwanowicz Photographer and neurobiologist Igor Siwanowicz captures the striking complexity of insects using a laser-scanning microscope. “His brilliantly colored images show the tree-like structures of moth antennas, the wild details of barnacle legs, and the otherworldly shapes of plant spores. The photos are made with a confocal laser-scanning microscope capable of ‘seeing’ vast amounts of detail beyond what you might capture with … Continue reading Year’s Best Biological Photos Capture the Artistry of Science and Photos by Igor Siwanowicz

25 Of The Cutest Parenting Moments In The Animal Kingdom

Image credits: Anton Belovodchenko Image credits: dailymail.co.uk Image credits: Jeanette DiAnda Image credits: Igor Shpilenok Image credits: Ric Seet Image credits: pensivesquirrel.wordpress.com Image credits: Marco Mattiussi Image credits: Jan Pelcman Image credits: Laurie Rubin Image credits: Michael Milicia Image credits: Chuck Babbitt Image credits: hqwide.com Image credits: Tin Man Image credits: dailymail.co.uk Image credits: Wolfgang von Vietinghoff Image credits: Udayan Rao Pawar Image credits: Daniel … Continue reading 25 Of The Cutest Parenting Moments In The Animal Kingdom

Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa

Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa Based in Spain, digital artist Naro Pinosa creates imaginative collages, which he mainly shares on his Instagram. Whether it be Greek sculptures or classical paintings, he takes this imagery and layers them on the photographs in an absurd manner. By combining the old and the new with a sense of humor, the collages question the viewer’s perception and … Continue reading Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa

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Awesome Stairs Street Art Colorful Around The World

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco 16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco      Philadelphia Museum of Art  Valparaíso, Chile  Seoul, South Korea Lima, Peru Wuppertal, Germany  Sicily, Italy  Rio de Janeiro, Brasil credits: jr-art.net Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea  Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea Stairs of Peace in Syria Image credits: Jood Voluntary Team  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  Angers, France … Continue reading Awesome Stairs Street Art Colorful Around The World

Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford   Australia-based photographer Steve Axford loves to travel to the remotest corners of the earth, capturing the lives of people, animals, and most importantly, fungi. His fascinating photographs of the diverse world of fungi seem to picture a fantastic expedition to some distant alien world. And it’s easy to understand why. Many of these rare mushroom … Continue reading Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma

Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma Over the weekend, a factory two hours North West of Tokyo, in a small town in Saitama, was converted into an art gallery. Botanical artist Azuma Makoto and his team were putting on an installation and, when they were done, 16 large blocks of ice stood, lined in columns of three on the concrete floors … Continue reading Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma

Mystical landscapes and enchanted forests by Ellie Davies

Mystical landscapes and enchanted forests by Ellie Davies   Ellie Davies‘ studio is the forest, creating magical, fairytale-like stills throughout the UK. Davies has been exploring this terrain for the past seven years, attempting to uncover the complex interrelationships between landscape and the individual. Davies creates both temporary and non-invasive interventions within each forested scene. By incorporating pools of light, smoke, and craft materials she … Continue reading Mystical landscapes and enchanted forests by Ellie Davies

Stephen McMennamy’s Mashups Result in Humorous Juxtapositions

Stephen McMennamy’s Mashups Result in Humorous Juxtapositions On Instagram | Tumblr   Photographer Stephen McMennamy merges his original photography in humorous ways to create what he calls #ComboPhotos: two photos paired to create unexpected situations, usually involving huge constrasts in scale. Tractors and heavy machinery are turned into giant mechanisms for food delivery, while an ice cream cone becomes an actual snowy mountain top. McMennamy is … Continue reading Stephen McMennamy’s Mashups Result in Humorous Juxtapositions

“My Neon Doll” by Mystery Ladies on Vimeo (nsfw)

MY NEON DOLL by Mystery Ladies  A pretty doll escaped from a 90s VHS dressed in fluo comes alive and plays between the shadow and the light. It is the blacklight performance of Lilou, great accustomed of the shows on stage, she accepted to take up the challenge of this graphic and aesthetic video between bodypainting and lightpainting. The character disappears in the darkness with … Continue reading “My Neon Doll” by Mystery Ladies on Vimeo (nsfw)

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright The photographing of the images was only part of the project though. To get the final result Wright had in mind, he had to print them life-size, as 4’x6′ prints, where they were then displayed earlier this year in the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York. At this size, the prints would take on … Continue reading Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright

Lifestyle Chronicles of Skeleton Girl on instagram

Beauty secret: organic papaya face mask and vegan gluten free cucumber slices Christmas dinner!! Organic gluten free vegan fit life begins tomorrow Half an hour on the elliptical counts as leg day, right? Literally so dead right now. Frolicking through the forest, feeling like an Autumn-Winter princess in my DIY flower crown and faux-vegan-fur cape! SNOW! Work Selfie! Shopped ’til I dropped #dead OPEN BAR … Continue reading Lifestyle Chronicles of Skeleton Girl on instagram

Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi creates sculptural works that attempt to preserve a singular moment in the natural word, capturing deeply pigmented sunsets and brightly-lit forests in a series he’s titled Layer Drawings. He captures the accumulation of time in his transparent sculptures which show several instants of a landscape constantly in evolution : a blue or … Continue reading Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Richard Silver’s Impressive Vertical Panoramas of Churches

Richard Silver‘s Impressive Vertical Panoramas of Churches Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Behance The interiors of religious structures are undoubtedly some of the most breathtaking architectural wonders of the world. Ornate atriums, elaborate altarpieces, vivid stained glass — photographer Richard Silver has been uniquely capturing these architectural wonders since be began photographing church ceilings in 2011. Creating a 180-degree experience, Silver shoots down the … Continue reading Richard Silver’s Impressive Vertical Panoramas of Churches

The Darkside Of Barbie by MARIEL CLAYTON (NSFW)

  The Darkside Of Barbie by MARIEL CLAYTON She is an icon! She is a role model for generations of young girls! Always good-looking, politically correct. Yes that’s Barbie! We have always known that she has a dark side!  MARIEL CLAYTON  has imagined what Barbie’s adventures might look like if she were seized with murderous impulses. A “bad doll”: obsessed, suicidal and psychotic. Shocking  scenes … Continue reading The Darkside Of Barbie by MARIEL CLAYTON (NSFW)

Double Exposure Portraiture by Aneta Ivanova

Double Exposure Portraiture by Aneta Ivanova   Behance Aneta Ivanova is a 23-year old self-taught & self-employed photographer and Computer Science student. Born in Varna, Bulgaria she currently resides and studies in Germany. Her interest in photography started at the age of 13, and she has not stopped since. Her first interests included shooting experimental self-portraiture in her home, followed by the discovery of fine … Continue reading Double Exposure Portraiture by Aneta Ivanova

Warren du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones’ Merging Bodies

Warren du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones’ Merging Bodies Nick Thornton Jones takes gorgeous, high-saturation photos of models utilizing an overlapping technique that exoticizes the inherent form of his models. Using bright, neon-fruit colors and the kind of post silhouettes of Bond Girls in tight spandex, Jones creates an intoxicating new take on a nostalgic image of the glamor woman. These photos are fine art, … Continue reading Warren du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones’ Merging Bodies

Photos Reveal The Full Spectrum Of Autumn’s Colors

   Rainbow Grapes ThatIrishFella Transcoloration  Report    Autumn Colors Report Arrow David Lecler Fall Transition Scott Bideau Fall From Grace Report   All Seasons In One Leaf coolcoolcool    Carrot Spectrum Report  Seasons Changing TheBrohemian    Rainbow Trees, Aspen, Colorado Joe Morahan  Tomatoes Emily Blincoe    Rainbow Leaf Alex Horodinca  Autumn Rainbow Clousey Report Glass Gem Corn lizardom Wild Banana Tree ferrebeekeeper   Colorful Vine … Continue reading Photos Reveal The Full Spectrum Of Autumn’s Colors

Beautiful Vintage Embroidered jewerly By Marta Krajewska

  Beautiful Vintage Embroidered jewerly By Marta Krajewska Etsy “Every time I make embroidered jewerly, I fully engage myself. For every single embroidery i spent many hours and prepare several projects. My jewerly can be characterized trough two aspects excelent quality and perfect finish. In my work I use only natural materials – cotton, linen and felt. Sometimes i even paint background by myself using waterproof … Continue reading Beautiful Vintage Embroidered jewerly By Marta Krajewska

Land Art in Egypt: The Beautiful Geometry of Desert Breath

  Land Art in Egypt: The Beautiful Geometry of Desert Breath Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty has a rival. Enlivening the Sahara Desert sands outside El Gouna in Egypt, the beautiful Desert Breath installation is a mind-blowing example of land art that has attracted art lovers since 1997. Designed by Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou and Stella Constantinides, the piece was dug by the D.A.S.T. Arteam in the sands near the Red Sea over … Continue reading Land Art in Egypt: The Beautiful Geometry of Desert Breath

Symbolic, Surreal Photography by Sean Mundy

Symbolic, Surreal Photography  by Sean Mundy Flickr 22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy finds meaning and inspiration in his subjectivity, creating impassioned images which contain a wide variety of emotion. Simplistic and allegorical, Mundy offers personal glimpses into moments of self-doubt, confusion and pain. His artwork is left open to interpretation and offers more questions than answers due to the sense of mysticism behind them.   Continue reading Symbolic, Surreal Photography by Sean Mundy

Creepy Photo Manipulations by Daunhaus

Creepy Photo Manipulations by Daunhaus Karina Marandjian is from Moscow, Russia. Like many of the great artists we feature, she is one of the first awe-inspiring Photomanipulater/Digital Artists also known as Daunhaus. Her bold range of blood, piercings, nails, moths is indeed fleshtastic. Continue reading Creepy Photo Manipulations by Daunhaus

Hypnotizing Spiral Staircase Photography

Image credits:  Philipp Götze Image credits: Naoto Tsujimoto Image credits: Lucas Portee Image credits: iwillbehomesoon Image credits: Nattapol Pornsalnuwat Image credits: Renate Dodell Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Izidor Gasperlin Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Matthias Hakez Image credits: Laszlo Gal Image credits: Guillaume Rio Image credits: Matthias Hake Image credits: Vincent Spanneut Image credits: Tony Antoniou Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Gabriel (BIEL) Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Javier … Continue reading Hypnotizing Spiral Staircase Photography

Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by photographer Beth Moon

Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by photographer Beth Moon American photographer Beth Moon  has spent the past 14 years travelling the world in a quest to document the world’s biggest, rarest and oldest trees. Most have only survived thanks to their isolation on remote mountainsides, private estates, or nature preserves, but just a few maintain a proud, though often precarious, existence in the midst of … Continue reading Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by photographer Beth Moon

Wild horses by Andrew McGibbon

Wild horses by Andrew McGibbon Andrew McGibbon, is a photographer from South Africa. He wanted to play tribute to wild horses, with a collection of pictures named, “All the Wild Horses”, glorifying all animals curves. “For thousands of years the horse has been mankind’s closest ally. The horse made travel and development possible. We tethered, weighted and reigned them. We captured, stabled and trained them. … Continue reading Wild horses by Andrew McGibbon

NSFW Guido Argentini’s Silver Nude Models

Guido Argentini’s Silver Nude Models Italian snapper Guido Argentini takes a simple premise: painting his models silver, and executes it to stylish perfection. The result is “Argentum,” a project which sees a series of nude models in acrobatic poses and shot in a number of inventive scenarios. There is something about the choice of silver which works well here. It is futuristic and modern allowing … Continue reading NSFW Guido Argentini’s Silver Nude Models

Surreal Darkly Animations by Bill Domonkos

Surreal Darkly Animations by Bill Domonkos Working with photographs, film clips, and illustrations lost to time, San Francisco-based filmmaker and stereoscopist Bill Domonkos creates darkly humorous animated GIFs. The resurrected photos merged with modern animation are almost completely nonsensical in subject matter and yet perfect in their execution, the more random the better. Domonkos says: “I am interested in the poetics of time and space– … Continue reading Surreal Darkly Animations by Bill Domonkos

Majestic Dancers Photography by Ludovic Florent (nsfw)

 “Poussière d’Etoiles” is a series produced by the French photographer Ludovic Florent. His project consisted in capturing dancers movement which were enhanced by adding flour. The powder leaves a trail behind, emphasizing the movement as in slow motion films or like there is a soul following them. Take a look at the astonishing effects obtained in the picture and movie below. (h/t: Inspirationist ) WATCH THE VIDEO: Continue reading Majestic Dancers Photography by Ludovic Florent (nsfw)

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Shelter Puts Dogs In A Photobooth To Get Them Adopted – The Results Were just Excellent!

 About 6 to 8 million cats and dogs enter shelters in the U.S. every year. Sadly, only half of them get a chance at a new, loving home. Holly Guinnevere Shuster Lady Guinnevere Shuster Anthony Guinnevere Shuster Louis Guinnevere Shuster Andie Guinnevere Shuster Star Guinnevere Shuster Chief Guinnevere Shuster Charlie Guinnevere Shuster Wyler Guinnevere Shuster Bay Guinnevere Shuster Hercules Guinnevere Shuster Rupert Guinnevere Shuster Roxy … Continue reading Shelter Puts Dogs In A Photobooth To Get Them Adopted – The Results Were just Excellent!

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Exquisite Interior Photos: Beauty of Italy’s Opulent Architecture captured by David Burdeny

Exquisite Interior Photos: Beauty of Italy’s Opulent Architecture captured by David Burdeny on  Facebook | Instagram The series itself could be a study of Italy’s hidden heritage—from the unexpectedly colorful Castle of Sammezzano, an example Moorish Revival architecture that began construction in 1605 and has remained closed to the public for 25 years, to the luxurious hunting lodge at the Stupingi Palace, former residence of … Continue reading Exquisite Interior Photos: Beauty of Italy’s Opulent Architecture captured by David Burdeny

Enigmatic and Artistic Self-Portraits by Noell Oszvald

Enigmatic and Artistic Self-Portraits by Noell Oszvald Flickr Noell Oszvald is a talented 25 years old self taught photographer and visual artist based in Budapest, Hungary. She does not consider herself a photographer, Noell shoots amazing aesthetically simple and black and white self-portraits. Continue reading Enigmatic and Artistic Self-Portraits by Noell Oszvald

Blindness Light: Neon Lights Portraits By Javier Martin

Blindness Light: Neon Lights Portraits By Javier Martín Spanish multidisciplinary artist Javier Martín has been preoccupied with concepts of perceived and intrinsic beauty for over ten years, from which sprung the “Blindness Collection”, an ongoing project that explores contemporary standards of beauty by appropriating their iconography to undermine their apparent perfection. One of the series to come out of this endeavor is “Blindness Light”, a … Continue reading Blindness Light: Neon Lights Portraits By Javier Martin

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3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever”

3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever” A team of German and Egyptian archaeologists made a colossal discovery on March 9th – literally and figuratively. Parts of a massive, 3000-year-old statue, which is believed to depict the legendary Pharaoh Ramses II, were found buried in the Cairo slum of Matariya. The findings tell an ancient … Continue reading 3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever”

The Most Beautiful And Unique Bonsai Trees In The World

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Extraordinary Photographies of Dancers by Shinichi Maruyama

  Extraordinary Photographies of Dancers by Shinichi Maruyama Born in 1968 in Nagano, Japan, the artist Shinichi Maruyama set out to settle on the other side of the Pacific Ocean in 2003. He has just reinvented the genre of the nude in photography, A series of denuded bodies of long-dancers. Indeed, the choreographer Jessica Lang created harmonious movements for the dancers who were then immortalized … Continue reading Extraordinary Photographies of Dancers by Shinichi Maruyama

Sensational Works Of Origami Art To Celebrate World Origami Day

Image credits: Gen Hagiwara Image credits: Hoàng Tiến Quyết   Image credits: Akira Yoshizawa  Image credits: Adam Tran Image credits: Patricia Crawford   Image credits: Hoàng Tiến Quyết  Image credits: Artur Biernacki Image credits: Hideyuki Kamon  Image credits: white_onrice   Image credits: Roman Diaz Image credits: Cristian Marianciuc  Image credits: White On Rice Image credits: Dinh Truong Giang  Image credits: Beth Johnson  Image credits: Jason … Continue reading Sensational Works Of Origami Art To Celebrate World Origami Day

The Ghostly Illustrations of Januz Miralles

The Ghostly Illustrations of Januz Miralles on Tumblr Januz Miralles (Nuestra) is an illustrator based in Laguna, Philippines. His eerie, ethereal images combine traditional painting techniques with digital photo manipulation, creating a surreal landscape where human figures are woven into a shifting fog of textures and brush strokes. Although little is known of the artist or his artistic approach, Miralles’ work is nonetheless viscerally haunting and mystical. Januz … Continue reading The Ghostly Illustrations of Januz Miralles

A Friendship Between A Girl and Her Cat | Good Time Stories

 A Friendship Between A Girl and Her Cat | Good Time Stories Cats may sometimes be portrayed as moody and anti-social, LiLu Blue Royal Lada is anything but. Lilu is an adorable feline who loves her cute and cuddly four-year old human friend Katherine. The duo have been inseparable since Katherine’s birth. Fortunately, Katherine’s father, photographer Andy Prokh, has captured their wonderful moments together. To see … Continue reading A Friendship Between A Girl and Her Cat | Good Time Stories

Surreal Digital Art by Leslie Ann O’Dell

Beautiful Surreal Dark Art by Leslie Ann O’Dell DeviantArt / on Behance Surreal Illustrations/photographs by Leslie Ann O’Dell. Leslie is an intuitive visual artist photographer Leslie. She starts her creation mostly with her camera. Her work is emotional, tense, and a bit enigmatic. Enregistrer Continue reading Surreal Digital Art by Leslie Ann O’Dell

Surreal Distorted Reality by Photographer Erik Johansson

Surreal Distorted Reality by Photographer Erik Johansson on Behance As a professional still-life photographer and digital artist from Sweden, Erik Johansson has worked with brands such as Adobe, Google, Microsoft, Volvo, and National Geographic — but the artist is also praised for his mind-bending surreal digital manipulations. He is well known for optical illusions, which are all made with careful photography and Photoshopping. If you’re … Continue reading Surreal Distorted Reality by Photographer Erik Johansson

[NSFW] A new fashion Trend Disco-Chest girls:”The Gypsy Shrine”

  NSFW A new fashion trend Disco-chest girls:”The Gypsy Shrine“ on Instagram In anticipation of the summer is gaining popularity with a new fashion trend “ The Gypsy Shrine”. Girls decorate the chest and other parts of the body Sequins and crystals, then divided into Instagram images, without fear of being banned because the nipple is not visible. In particular, the trend of fashion has … Continue reading [NSFW] A new fashion Trend Disco-Chest girls:”The Gypsy Shrine”

Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas

    Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas  Here is Aydin Büyüktas, a Turkish photographer passionate about special effects, video and 3D animation. After studies of tourism that did not suit him, he turns to the cinema but also the photography. h/t: Zeutch Continue reading Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas

Beauty Photography and Make-up Art by Veronica Azaryan with Elsa Ko

 Splendid Makeup Art Photograhy from Russia Fascinating work by St. Petersburg-based artist Veronica Azaryan with Elsa Ko for  Mousson Atelier jewelry collection. She envisions everything from makeup to framing the shot, and the end result is remarkable with women painted in solid colors and some splattered with gold paint or sprinkled with colored pigments to create beautiful textures. h//t: inspirationgrid Idea & Photographer: Veronica Azaryan Post Production: … Continue reading Beauty Photography and Make-up Art by Veronica Azaryan with Elsa Ko

“Chameleon” Model Johana Gomez & Martin Murillo + Dipict Podcast Ep.9

“Chameleon” Model Johana Gomez  & Martin Murillo + Dipict Podcast Ep.9 The model of charm Johanna Gomez that you already know “Cali case” with the Californian photographer Martin Murillo of their shootings to “blocks of color”, “The journey” and. Recently, the good Los Angeles man again with Miss Gomez (Instagram:@joneofthewonders, Snapchat: Joneofthewondrs) met and recorded a new episode of her podcasts with Dipict. Of course, … Continue reading “Chameleon” Model Johana Gomez & Martin Murillo + Dipict Podcast Ep.9

Women Dressed In Shadows Of Nature By Emilio Jiménez

Women Dressed In Shadows Of Nature By Emilio Jiménez Instagram Madrid-based Spanish photographer Emilio Jiménez creates stunning visual compositions with his camera. We really love his series “Natural Wild Anatomy” (Anatomía natural, salvaje), where he centers around the nude female body and shadows of nature. With his incredibly artistic eye, Emilio plays with light and shadow, looking for the perfect angle to cover women in … Continue reading Women Dressed In Shadows Of Nature By Emilio Jiménez

Thunderstorms – Some amazing animated GIFs of supercell thunderstorms

Amazing animated GIFs of supercell thunderstorms The supercell thunderstorms are an impressive meteorological phenomenon that is often associated with violent winds as tornadoes. American photographer Mike Hollingshead has specialized in capturing these monsters, and turned some of his photographs taken in Nebraska into stunning animated GIFs made from a single picture! (h/t: sploid.gizmodo.)   Continue reading Thunderstorms – Some amazing animated GIFs of supercell thunderstorms

Colorizing History: Stunning GIFs Show Black and White Vintage Photos Getting Colorized

Colorizing History: Stunning GIFs Show Black and White Vintage Photos Getting Colorized Dutch website NSMBL recently posted a collection of GIFs showing the “before” and “after” of digital colorization of classic black and white photographs. That alone is interesting, but better yet, the process is revealed in the form of animated GIFs. Vintage monochromatic photos come alive with hues right before our eyes. Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading Colorizing History: Stunning GIFs Show Black and White Vintage Photos Getting Colorized

28 Magical Paths Begging To Be Walked

Spring In Hallerbos Forest, Belgium Image credits: Kilian Schönberger Rhododendron Tunnel in Reenagross Park, Kenmare Ireland Image credits: Robert Ziegenfuss Autumn In The White Carpathians Image credits: Janek Sedlar Rhododendron Laden Path, Mount Rogers, Virginia, USA Image credits: David Mosner Winter Forest Path, Czech Republic Image credits: Jan Machata Padley Gorge, Peak District, UK Image credits: James Mills Spring In Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, Ontario, Canada Image credits: Shawn Marshall Spring In … Continue reading 28 Magical Paths Begging To Be Walked

Dark Ethereal Portraits by Nadia Maria

Dark Ethereal Portraits by Nadia Maria Nadia Maria is a photographer based in Bauru, Sao Paulo, who creates dark, figurative images that capture stories of emotional pain, awakening, and transformation. Featured here is a series of her images depicting nude men and women enmeshed in constellation-like patterns, looking skyward, or curled up and charted out like geometric equations. Contrasting light with darkness—subjectivity with the unfeeling, … Continue reading Dark Ethereal Portraits by Nadia Maria

Collages and animated GIFs – The latest strange creations by Matthieu Bourel

Collages and animated GIFs – The latest strange creations by Matthieu Bourel A selection of the latest creations by French artist Matthieu Bourel, who  uses old images, photos and illustrations to create strange and surreal portraits. With artists such as Max Ernst, René Magritte and Kurt Schwitters as mentors, it is not surprising that this Frenchman in Berlin is developing a special interest in this … Continue reading Collages and animated GIFs – The latest strange creations by Matthieu Bourel

The Architectural Intricacies of World-Famous Opera Houses by David Leventi

Amargosa Opera House, Death Valley Junction, California, USA Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Bologna, Italy Hungarian State Opera House, Budapest, Hungary Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona, Spain Drottningholm Palace Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, UK Teatro Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil La Scala, Milan, Italy Opera de Monte Carlo, Monaco Bavarian State Opera, Munich, Germany Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, Italy Metropolitan Opera … Continue reading The Architectural Intricacies of World-Famous Opera Houses by David Leventi

Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach

Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach This series of images was made using bio-luminescent shrimp as the blue light source. It was photographed in Okayama, Japan, which is home to these rare and beautiful creatures.  The bio-luminescent shrimp are scientifically known as Vargula hilgendorfii, but are more commonly referred to as sea fireflies and locally known as “umihotaru.” They are … Continue reading Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach

Impressive Surreal Photography by Martín De Pasquale

Impressive Surreal Photography by Martín De Pasquale More info: Behance | Pinterest | Facebook Buenos Aires-based art director and digital artist Martín De Pasquale is called a Photoshop wizard by some, and not without reason – his masterful digital photo manipulations blur the boundaries between dreams and reality and between humor and fear. He even deals with the issues of life and death, mainly focusing … Continue reading Impressive Surreal Photography by Martín De Pasquale

Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.

Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quin’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels. To raise awareness about global warming, Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn has built a monumental sculpture for the 2017 Venice Art Biennale. Lorenzo is widely known for incorporating elements of the human body in his work. His latest work, entitled ‘Support’, depicts two massive hands, rising from … Continue reading Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn’s massive new sculpture, ‘Support,’ is a stark warning on the impact of rising sea levels.

Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations

Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations RetoucherAditya Aryanto from Jakarta, Indonesia recently had a simple idea: what if real life animals looked more like the cubic creations in the game Minecraft ? on Behance Curiosity sufficiently piqued, he took to Unsplash and Pixabay to find some great public domain images to play with, pulled them into Photoshop, and began liquifying curves into unnaturally … Continue reading Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations

Dressed in Light by Dani Olivier

  Dressed in Light: Fine Art Photo Series by Dani Olivier To shoot these stunning nude portraits, Paris-based photographer Dani Olivier dressed his models with nothing but light, using their bodies as a canvas, combined with a series of geometric patterns to celebrate the beauty of the female form. “Dani Olivier began working with light projections some eight years ago, and he’s been refining the … Continue reading Dressed in Light by Dani Olivier

Beauty of Traumas and Phobias by Ines Kozic

Beauty of Traumas and Phobias by Ines Kozic Overcoming the past, facing the future : two stages in a life that require strength and sometimes the help of art. For Inès Kozic, a 22 years old artist from France and student at the Fine Arts School of Rennes, photography is a tool to ease the vulnerability of a sensitive soul. Both in front and behind the … Continue reading Beauty of Traumas and Phobias by Ines Kozic

Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors

Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors Facebook/  Twitter/  Pinterest Loes Heerink had worked in Hanoi as a teacher, a photographer, writer, designer and communication officer in four years. She is currently living back home in the Netherlands, and wants to come back to Hanoi to finish a photo book project about street vendors in Hanoi.  From the author: “I … Continue reading Photographer Spends Hours on Bridges to Capture Colorful Portraits of Street Vendors

The beautiful embroidered tree leaves by Hillary Fayle

The beautiful embroidered tree leaves by Hillary Fayle The beautiful embroidered tree leafs or leaf cuttings created by American artist Hillary Fayle, a native from New York state. Some delicate, fragile and meticulous creations… Source: arts.vcu.edu Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading The beautiful embroidered tree leaves by Hillary Fayle

This homeless transformed by a hairdresser who offers her a new haircut!

WATCH THE VIDEO: This homeless transformed by a hairdresser who offers her a new haircut! Jose Antonio, affectionately known as Josete by locals, has spent the last 25 years of his life living on the streets of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The former electrician, who lost his job in an accident, suffered from a long period of depression and was working as an unauthorized parking … Continue reading This homeless transformed by a hairdresser who offers her a new haircut!

Overview: A New Perspective Of Earth By Benjamin Grant

Overview: A New Perspective Of Earth By Benjamin Grant A stunning and unique collection of satellite images of Earth that offer an unexpected look at humanity, derived from the wildly popular Daily Overview Instagram project. Inspired by the “ Daily Overview”Instagram —a sensation that astronauts experience when given the opportunity to look down and view the Earth as a whole—the breathtaking, high definition satellite photographs of … Continue reading Overview: A New Perspective Of Earth By Benjamin Grant

Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli Fabrizio Corneli doesn’t use a canvas like most artists. Nor does he use a paintbrush. The Florence-based artist uses light, and as you can see from these pictures, he’s certainly onto a bright idea. “light is the energy which creates forms,” says Corneli, who uses mathematical calculations to produce his shadow sculptures. What’s fascinating about his art is that … Continue reading Stunning Shadow Art By Fabrizio Corneli

Mesmerizing Paper Quilling Art by Yulia Brodskaya

Mesmerizing Colored Paper Art by Yulia Brodskaya Yulia Brodskaya, an artist and illustrator from Moscow, creates expressive three-dimensional works of art using a quilling technique. She rolls or bends strips of paper and later glues them to the surface, resulting in vibrant colors and depth. WATCH THE VIDEO: Source: colossal       Continue reading Mesmerizing Paper Quilling Art by Yulia Brodskaya

Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Artist Gosia

Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Gosia  on Behance Gosia imagines sculptures of impressive faces achieved through the use of various materials, including gypsum or polymer clay. Performances of great beauty, playing with the forms and expressions of female faces. Source: Colossal / mymodernmet   Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading Delicate and Virginal Face Sculptures by Artist Gosia

The Mirror Glaze Cakes of Marie Troïtskaia

The Mirror Glaze Cakes of Marie Troïtskaia More info: marieoiseau.ru | Instagram Marie Troïtskaia aka Marie Oiseau is an architect versed in pastry making beautiful cakes inspired by the building, sculptures and other forms. The young woman of 21 combines her studies of architecture with her passion for dessert planning to create each of her cakes as an architectural project. Originally from Moscow, she pursued … Continue reading The Mirror Glaze Cakes of Marie Troïtskaia

Charlotte Mensah – Afro Hairdresser

Charlotte Mensah – Afro Hairdresser of the Year Finalist Collection -2015 Facebook / Instagram  / HairdressersOnStage bha-2014 and 2015-collections Award-winning hairstylist, owner and artistic director of the Hair Lounge salon, founder of the  Charlotte Mensah, BAH 2015 collection Academy and an inspiration to stylists, business owners and women worldwide. She’snachieved all this and more through hard work unwavering self-belief and it also helps that she’s … Continue reading Charlotte Mensah – Afro Hairdresser

Hilariously Photos of People Posed as If They Have Just Fallen by Sandro Giordano

Hilariously Photos of People Posed as If They Have Just Fallen by Sandro Giordano On:instagram Photographer Sandro Giordano has a darkly hilarious series on Instagram titled “In Extremis“ (bodies with no regret)’ featuring people posed as if they have just fallen. Meticulously-staged and styled, he captures his subjects in awkward and uncomfortable-looking positions while surrounded by their belongings, always with an object in hand. According … Continue reading Hilariously Photos of People Posed as If They Have Just Fallen by Sandro Giordano

The magic Tokyo, neon lights of the streets at night captured by Liam Wong

The magic Tokyo, neon lights of the streets at night captured by Liam Wong  Facebook | Instagram Liam Wong  injects a unique cyberpunk flavour into his images, casting a light upon the dark corners and back alleys that twist throughout Tokyo. His photographs manage to precisely capture the dynamism of the bustling city lit by bright neon signs and artificial lights, making one question the … Continue reading The magic Tokyo, neon lights of the streets at night captured by Liam Wong

Surreal Self-Portraiture of Kyle Thompson

 Surreal Self-Portraiture of Kyle Thompson Flickr, Facebook or Tumblr Chicago-based photographer Kyle Thompson wowed us with his surreal self-portraits nine months ago and he hasn’t quit churning out striking photos yet. The 21-year-old has been on a roll, introducing one compelling shot after another for his own ambitious 365 photo project. Having just recently completed his year-long visual journey, we felt we needed to share … Continue reading Surreal Self-Portraiture of Kyle Thompson

Artists Enlist Caddisfly Larvae to “Build” Aquatic Cocoons from Gold Gemstones and Pearls

Artists Enlist Caddisfly Larvae to “Build”Jewelry From Gold, Gemstones Humans aren’t the only animals with yen for self-decoration. Caddisfly larvae protect themselves by constructing elaborate armors from gravel, sand, twigs, and other debris, which they “glue” together using excreted silk. The tiny moth-like insects scavenge whatever material is suitable from their environments, including anything you choose to give them. French artist Hubert Duprat was among … Continue reading Artists Enlist Caddisfly Larvae to “Build” Aquatic Cocoons from Gold Gemstones and Pearls

Your Beautiful Eyes photo series by Suren Manvelyan

  Your Beautiful photo series by Suren Manvelyan on Behance Be warned, looking into somebody else’s eyes might never be the same again after seeing the following pictures by Suren Manvelyan. He captures the human eye with macro photography and this look into our windows of the soul is simply unbelievable. I don’t know how much the iris structure of a person tells you about … Continue reading Your Beautiful Eyes photo series by Suren Manvelyan

3000 Years Of Women’s Beauty Standards Compressed In 3-Minute Video

WATCH THIS: _____________ Ancient Egypt (c. 1292-1069 B.C.) – Slender – Narrow shoulders – High waist – Symmetrical face Ancient Greece (c. 500-300 B.C.) – Plump – Full-bodied – Light skin – Women were considered “disfigured” versions of men Han Dynasty (c. 206 B.C.-220 A.D.) Slim waist – Pale skin – Large eyes – Small feet Italian Renaissance (c. 1400-1700) – Ample bosom – Rounded … Continue reading 3000 Years Of Women’s Beauty Standards Compressed In 3-Minute Video

Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel French artist Mathilde Roussel creates fantastic “living sculptures” made of recycled metal and fabric filled with soil and wheat grass seeds. “Mathilde Roussel’s work is a sensible and symbolic research about the nature of physical life. She is interested in the cyclic metamorphoses that transform organic matter, whether vegetable, animal or human. Through her sculptures, or drawings, … Continue reading Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel

Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh Gijs Van Vaerenbergh makes church sculpture as part of art in public space project Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, a collaboration between young Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, have built a see-through church in the Belgian region of Haspengouw. Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh Belgian architects Pieterjan … Continue reading Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Rrrrrrrroll creates motion pictures of rotating subjects

Rrrrrrrroll  creates motion pictures of rotating subjectsts  Rrrrrrrroll creates animated GIFs featuring an anonymous individual in unpretentious everyday life environments. Each stationary image is animated by a movable element in an endless cycle – ranging from a fork full of spaghetti in suspension above a rotating plate to a woman frantically roaming around a lamppost. By barely exaggerating the speed of rotation, Rrrrrrrroll questions us: … Continue reading Rrrrrrrroll creates motion pictures of rotating subjects

Photographers Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated Hummingbird’s

Photographer Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated Hummingbird’s   Instagram | Facebook | Flickr 1.2 3 6.7.8.Photographer Jess Findlay and recently captured this amazing shot of a fiery-throated hummingbird while shooting in the Talamanca Mountains in Costa Rica. The image is a result of hundreds of photos taken over several hours with a telephoto lens as he waited patiently for one of the small birds to perch at just the … Continue reading Photographers Captures Close-Up of Fiery-Throated Hummingbird’s

Breathtaking Portraits Ballet’s Finest Dancing on the Streets of New York

Breathtaking Portraits Ballet’s Finest Dancing on the Streets of New York Omar Z. Robles is a photographer with a background in mime performance, which helped to inspire a series of photographs where he captures the elegance and beauty of ballet in the grimy urban setting on the streets of New York. The contrast is amazing, as ballet dancers are snapped in various poses to create … Continue reading Breathtaking Portraits Ballet’s Finest Dancing on the Streets of New York

Inge Prader Brings Gustav Klimt Paintings to Life Using Models and Accessories

Inge Prader Brings Gustav Klimt Paintings to Life Using Models and Accessories For the stylebible of this year’s life ball in vienna — an annual AIDS charity event — photographer inge prader has recreated the impression of the vienna secession by bringing the painted personages of gustav klimt to life. Carefully posed models and intricately crafted props duplicate some of klimt’s most iconic masterworks like ‘death … Continue reading Inge Prader Brings Gustav Klimt Paintings to Life Using Models and Accessories

19th Century ‘Devil’s Bridge’ Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle

19th Century ‘Devil’s Bridge’ Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle The ‘Devil’s Bridge’ is a 19th-century structure in Kromlauer Park, Germany, that was designed to make a perfect circle with its reflection in the water below. Commissioned in 1860 by the knight of the local town, the thin arch stretching over the waters of the Rakotzsee is roughly built out of varied local stone. … Continue reading 19th Century ‘Devil’s Bridge’ Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle

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Neon photography by Neil Kryszak

Neon photography by Neil Kryszak Electronic music composer, producer, drummer and photographer Neil Kryszak believes that all art forms can communicate beautiful aesthetic values, as long as they are visually or audibly pleasing. After moving to Los Angeles, he began focusing on photography, inspired by the new surroundings and lifestyle. His pictures are characterized by surreal and exotic aesthetics, showing reflections of multicolored lights saturating … Continue reading Neon photography by Neil Kryszak

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Pictures of Blossom Cherry Trees in Japan

Pictures of Blossom Cherry Trees in Japan Japanese photographer Yuichi Yokota took us in the Finnish winter. This time he shows us at the Meguro River, that is a beautiful spot to observe the blossom cherry trees at spring. Subject that lets us dreaming. Perfect season to leave in Japan for a while. (h/t: :boredpanda / Fubiz)   Enregistrer Enregistrer Continue reading Pictures of Blossom Cherry Trees in Japan

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Spectacular Photographs of Shaolin Monks by Tomasz Gudzowaty

Spectacular Photographs of Shaolin Monks by Tomasz Gudzowaty These spectacular black and white photographs taken by Warsaw based photographer Tomasz Gudzowaty show Shaolin Monks training and meditating at the Shaolin Temple in Henan Province. You can learn more about Tomasz and his work here. (h/t:blazepress)   Enregistrer Continue reading Spectacular Photographs of Shaolin Monks by Tomasz Gudzowaty

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Lucea Spinelli Painting with Light – Gif’s

Photographer Uses Light to Paint Beautifully Animated GIFs NYC-based photographer Lucea Spinelli does something amazing with light in her photographs, she paints with it. Using empty park benches and swings as her backdrop Spinelli creates waves of animated light and pathways that mimic fireflies, rainbows and even ghostly human figures. The GIFs are created by taking multiple long exposure shots of the light to create the streak … Continue reading Lucea Spinelli Painting with Light – Gif’s