landscapes Archive

Awesome Overflowing Embroidery by Ana Teresa Barboza

Pin It Ana Teresa Barboza is an artist who thinks out of the box and decided to elevate the art of embroidery. Her creations are not limited to the embroidery circle. They flow right out and practically begs the onlooker to touch them. Ana uses threads of various colors, sizes, lengths to achieve this effect. […]

Stars and Whiskers – Underwater Photography by Eiko Jones

Pin It Eiko Jones is an A-list photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic, TV Hören und Sehen, Diver Magazine, and Hello Canada. He grew up in New Zealand where his passion for photography was ignited on his fourteenth birthday when he was given his first SLR camera. He started capturing birds and […]

Optic Macrophotography by Suren Manvelyan

Pin It If eyes are truly windows to the soul, then photographer Suren Manvelyan is certainly trying his best to see it. His series “Your Beautiful Eyes” and “Animal Eyes” highlight the basic structures of the eyes. The photos have been featured in National Geographic, Yahoo!, Daily Mail, Wired, and many other popular publications. Suren […]

Realistic Iceberg Paintings by Zaria Forman

Pin It As a child, Zaria Forman traveled with her mother, a renowned professional photographer, to some of the world’s most remote landscapes. The beauty and majesty of these places hasn’t left her and on 2012, she led an epic expedition which aimed to trace the 1869 journey made by painter William Bradford up the […]

Awesome Conceptual Photography by Kevin Corrado

Pin It Kevin Corrado is a promising young artist who hails from Connectict, USA. He is currently obtaining his Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design at the Shintaro Akatasu School of Design. He was primarily into typography and only picked up a camera to document his work. He said: “The photos I took never […]

Before It’s Gone – Photography by Justin Hofman

Pin It Justin Hofman is an underwater photographer, videographer, and naturalist who loves to document the fast-vanishing landscapes of Antartica. He said: “The planet’s polar regions are warming at incredible rates. Who knows what these areas will look like in 50-100 years? Abstract shapes. Brilliant blues. Who doesn’t like getting lost in a chaos of […]

Cut and Fold – Aerial and Fashion Photography Mash-up by Joseph Ford

Pin It Joseph Ford is the artist behind these creative mash-ups that seamlessly combines aerial photography with textiles. The series was inspired by Joseph’s recent trip to Mauritius, Morocco, and Sicily where he spent his time flying around in a helicopter taking aerial shots of the terrain below. According to one website: “The combination of […]

Dreamscapes by Erik Johansson

Pin It Erik Johansson is a young and talented photographer and retouch artist from Sweden. He is a self-taught artist who transitioned from a noob into a master image manipulator in just a few years. Erik’s creative process starts with an idea, usually a weird or wacky one. He loves putting his subjects into an […]

Wars on Kinkade – Star Wars and Thomas Kinkade Mash-Up by Jeff Bennett

Pin It The premise of Jeff’s Wars on Kinkade series is simple: What happens if the Empire decide to invade Kinkade’s paintings? The result is somewhat hilarious as Imperial Star Destroyers, clone storm troopers, and Hoth-crushing AT-ATs ruin the totally idyllic mood of the paintings. Jeff’s photomanipulation is so subtle, the intruders look like they […]

Jaw-Dropping Landscapes by Inviv0

Pin It Inviv0 is not a photographer, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. He is actually a student studying medical neuroscience. All of his awesome landscape photos were taken while he was traveling. Originally from Istanbul, he is currently based in Berlin where he continues to wow his online audiences with his jaw-dropping urban landscapes. […]

Enroachment – Aerial Photographs by Michael Light

Pin It Michael Light is an aerial photographer currently based in San Francisco. He focuses on the relationship between contemporary American culture and the environment. Michael uses large format cameras to take breathtaking photos of landscapes as he flies over them. The bird’s-eye-view perspective of his shots highlight how urban expansion is forever changing the […]

Backtastic Photographs by Chris Ozer

Pin It Chris Ozer is a former jazz pianist who decided to dabble in a bit of a photography. His pastime became a hobby which turned into a profession. Chris is always on the lookout for that one, perfect shot. He has a careful eye for lighting which helps set the mood in his shots. […]

A Look at the Stars – Nighttime Photography by Lincoln Harrison

Pin It Lincoln Harrison does more than just stargaze, he captures the sparkly heavenly bodies as they make their slow journey across the night sky. For someone who got into the hobby ‘accidentally’, he sure does spends a great deal of time and effort to get things right. Lincoln simply wanted to take some pictures […]

Bodyscapes – Photographs by Carl Warner

Pin It British photographer Carl Warner has been in the advertising business for more than a quarter of a century. He has been featured in Pondly before for his outstanding “Foodscapes” food photography. One of his most recent series takes the idea of photographic landscaping with food a step further by doing landscapes with human […]

A Nation’s Symbols – Artwork by Steve Ellis

Pin It Steve Ellis is a New York-based artist whose work is focused mainly on contemporary consumerism. Using pop culture iconography (broken high-heeled shoes, torn magazines, disposable lighters, and a scuffed motorcycle helmet), he explores the issue with a bluntness seldom seen in most artworks. His art may be a little graphic, but one certainly […]

Surreal Fantasy Landscapes – Digital composites by Luigi Gallo

Pin It Luigi Gallo was near Napoli, Italy in 1993. He studied at “Europa” Institute and got a diploma in graphic design. He’s currently into digital imaging and photo manipulation and his surreal composites have created quite a stir in the web. His subjects are mostly fantastic landscapes presented in a surrealistic. Steampunk loudspeakers, flying […]

Rainbow Country – Landscapes by Stephen Emerson

Pin It Stephen Emerson was born in Northern Ireland. I suppose it helps that he can point his camera pretty much anywhere and get a great shot. Nevertheless, a lousy photographer still won’t be able to capture these landscapes with the same brilliance. Stephen likes to “experiment with different ways of creating an image to […]

Snow Trees – Photographs by Xu Jing

Pin It Xu Jing’s is a Chinese photographer who takes such great pictures of snow-laden trees, they almost look fake. Rest assured that the trees are real and in no way digitally altered to look like they have icicles for leaves. Jing chooses his shots well and has captured quite a few breath-taking winter landscapes. […]

Starry Nights – Starscapes by Dave Morrow

Pin It Dave Morrow is a photographer first, and a teacher second. He travels the world looking for that perfect shot. His impressive portfolio includes landscapes, cityscapes, and nightscapes. His shots of the night sky in particular, are quite impressive. He has even published a tutorial for the aspiring enthusiast. A hefty bit of the […]

Utopia vs Dystopia – Digital Landscapes by Andrey S. Obryvalin

Pin It These dramatic utopian and post-apocalyptic landscapes are the digital masterpieces of Moscow-based artist Andrey S. Obryvalin. All of them are based on the artist’s own flights of fancy, but the photo-realistic makes them feel very real indeed. Andrey has been working  in the advertising industry for years, mostly in graphic design. This experience […]

All Thing Equine – Art by Michael Zavros

Pin It Michael Zavros is an Australian printer and painter whose work has already won several prestigious awards including the The Robert Jacks Drawing Prize, the Kedumba Prize, and the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award. He also won the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in 2010. He has a bit of a passion with horses as […]

A Slice of Heaven – Photography by Hans Findling

Pin It Hans Findling got into photography in 2010. His started taking pictures with his first camera, a Canon EOS 450D. He has quite an impressive collection of landscapes. Hans puts dramatic angles, mist, and natural lighting to good use. The quality of his shots is that of a professional’s. We can expect more great […]

Too Beautiful to be True – Breathtaking Landscapes by Marcin Sobas

Pin It Marcin Sobas is a Polish photographer who has a unique approach to landscape photography. Instead of wide angles, Marcin uses a telephoto zoom lens making his shots appear immense in scope. His inspirations are his family, travel, exploration of beautiful places, and life in general. According to him: “A picture needs to have […]