Reverse Squares in Nature by Victoria Siemer

Reverse Squares in Nature by Victoria Siemer artists on Tumblr, Behance Victoria Siemer, known as Witchoria, is a graphic designer based in Brooklyn, who has made a new series of pictures in which she integrates square figures reversing the landscape and the nature. Victoria Siemer, or rather Witchoria, explains on her blog that her pictures … Lire la suite Reverse Squares in Nature by Victoria Siemer

Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors

WATCH THE VIDEO: Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors Israeli photographer Ori Gersht is known for his exploding bouquets’ pictures. In his series “On Reflection”, he used the medium of a broken mirror to see, thanks to the reflection, his flowers exploding. He took plastic and silk flowers to make compositions and to capture them … Lire la suite Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors

Alexander Harding Creates Ethereal Spaces Using Sunlight As His Subject

Alexander Harding Creates Ethereal Spaces Using Sunlight As His Subject One of the most integral aspects of photography is the utilization of light. For his series, “Visible Light,” photographer Alexander Harding uses this vital resource as his subject. Harding manipulates natural sunlight, refracting it to create ethereal spaces filled with the soft luminescence of the … Lire la suite Alexander Harding Creates Ethereal Spaces Using Sunlight As His Subject

Glass Reflection Colorful by Chris Wood

Glass Reflection Colorful by Chris Wood English artist Christine Wood uses little squares in glass to create very beautiful circular artworks where the light reflects different colorful patterns on the wall. She plays with geometry, shadows and the viewers’ perception. h/t: Fubiz Media

Saltscapes: Stunning Photos by Murray Fredericks

Saltscapes: Stunning Photos by Murray Fredericks To capture these breathtaking images, Australian photographer Murray Fredericks traveled at least 20 times to Lake Eyre, a desert lake that contains the lowest natural point in Australia, at approximately 15m below sea level. In this exhibition Fredericks interrupts his boundless, ethereal horizons through the intervention of mirrors, examining … Lire la suite Saltscapes: Stunning Photos by Murray Fredericks