“Obama, The College Years” is a photoshoot of the actual US President taken in 1980 by Lisa Jack. In the photos, we can discover a young, playful and cool character. These photos have been published 30 years later by “The Time”.
Featuring some fashion and advertising pictures by Atton Conrad, a photographer from London. He plays with the light to create amazing effects and dress some of his models.
Juan Felipe Rubio is a Colombian photographer. He uses and assembles Polaroids to recreate a romantic and lovely atmosphere for the couples.
Tomohide Ikeya is a Japanese photographer. His photos impress by the feeling they express. His project “Breath” created in 2009 has been awarded many times.
Couscous Kid is the work of Mathew Thomas, illustrator and designer based in Bath, UK. Mathew’s illustrations lie somewhere between the cutting edge of the new breed in contemporary illustration and the tempting nipple of naive (words from his official website).
Johan Thörnqvist is a Swedish artist who draws cute characters on real photos to create funny and cool pictures.
Luca Pierro is an Italian artist who lives in Cagliari, Italy. His self-portraits are amazing as we get absorbed by his strange but beautiful world.
Fabrice Petre is a Belgian Photographer. His photos capture the true identity of each characters and each portrait tells us a human story.
Harold Edgerton lived during the 20th century. He was a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and he has created the stroboscope, an instrument used to record motions which are too fast that the eye can’t see it and make them visible.
Brandon Showers is a photographer based in Los Angeles. He works in fashion photography and produces striking images which show his talent.
Dan Mountford is an Brighton University student, in UK. He is young but very talented. “Double exposure portraits” is a project in which all the photos were created in camera and slightly edited in Photoshop.
Tracy Raver lives in Omaha (United States). She likes to photograph babies and kids. Her work is very cute, warm and full of affection.
Carl-Johan Paulin has been working as a photographer for more than 20 years. His work is full of humor and he uses his own style to make us smile.
Peter Kemp lives in the Netherlands. He is a photographer who carefully makes his preparations to be able to create the story he wants to tell us through his photos.
Tom Hussey is an American award-winning commercial lifestyle photographer. He made a project named “Reflections” which is a commercial advertising for a medicine against Alzheimer Dementia. He also photographed animals to advertise for a Zoo in a project named “Lucky Monkey”.
Oleg Tityaev is an Russian professional photographer. He lives now in New York and works for fashion. His photos are stylish and glamorous.
Jane Queen aka Dangerously Dolly, is an internationally published photographer focused on alternative fashion, tattoo portrait, and conceptual imagery.
Gavin Bond is famous because he works with many celebrities and did fashion, movies and TV show advertising. Here are some of another kind of pictures. Enjoy his humor through theses photos !
Luis Beltrán is an amazing photographer based in Valencia, Spain. His work express powerful feelings and the artist enchants by his style.
Head on Top is a funny project where Thorsten Schmidtkord enjoyed himself by using photo manipulation to make “Head on Top”. Look the result here !
Justin Van Genderen is a freelance graphic designer/illustrator based in Chicago. Check his talent with some selected pictures !
Enjoy these amazing black and white photographies by Frenchman Benoit Courti.
Introducing advertising studio Ukrainian production studio, with their «Positive Pictures» project. These photographies are mostly from Aleksandr Zhadan.
I am 40 years-old, I was born and bred in Lisbon, Portugal and for the past 10 years I have been living in Leiria, a small town near Lisbon.
Born in Nagano Japan, Shinichi Maruyama started photographing the mountainous terrain surrounding his own home city. In 2003 he moved to New York City and began work on what would become his ‘Kusho’ series. It is a stunning abstract collection made with sumi calligraphy ink flying in mid-air.