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Introspection – Dramatic Portraits by Roman Jehanno

Pin It Latence II is one of Roman Jehanno’s latest series. Each shot captures a moment of perfect stillness. Typically, the subject contemplates in the middle of a bleak and desolate backdrop. In an interview, Roman said: “One night I stopped myself on a crossroad and just froze in the perfect silence of the night. I think this […]

Up-Inspired Photoshoot by Cambria Grace

Pin It In this day and age where it’s rare for a marriage to last one decade, Nina and Gramps have been together as man and wife for more than six! Unfortunately for them, camera phones weren’t in vogue 61 years ago. They have but one picture of their wedding day, owing to the fact […]

Light Paintings – Photographs by Nicolas Rivals

Pin It While other artists use pigments to paint, Nicolas Rivals uses light. His work isn’t exactly a painting as it is an photo captured through long exposure then flipped to create a sort of Rorschach image made of light. Nicolas has another series of light paintings featuring a bright circle of light floating in […]

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 […]

A Change in Direction – Surreal Photography by Kylli Sparre

Pin It Kylli Sparre completed ballet school before she decided to become a professional photographer. She realized that ballet wasn’t the path for her shortly after graduation. She said: ““I think it does take courage [to switch professions], but for me it was scarier to stay pursuing something that is not my passion. I had […]

The Infamous Bansky

Pin It According to Wikipedia (and who doesn’t trust Wikipedia?), Bansky is “a pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter.” The fact that he merits a Wikipedia article is an indication of how famous Bansky has become. His worked has inspired many an artist to take their work to the streets. Nick […]

Stunning Surreal Photography by Alex Stoddard

Pin It Alex Stoddard grew up in Florida and started taking portraits of himself in his backyard when he was sixteen. At seventeen, Alex joined the 365-day Project where his talent at capturing striking images was immediately noticed. The project involved taking one picture a day, everyday, for one year. According to him: “I wanted […]

Creeped Out – A Haunted House Installation by Torafu Architects

Pin It The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo recently commissioned Torafu Architects to design a ‘Haunted House’. There was also a special interactive exhibit for children where they can scare and get scared. The artists at Torafu Architects contsructed a seemingly ordinary art gallery corridor. It had the usual paintings on the walls and […]

Froggy Photos – Macrophotography by Wil Mijer

Pin It Who would have ever thought frogs had expressions? Wil Mijer, an avid macrophotographer, has given us a series of up-close-and personal looks at one of nature’s more elusive creatures. To describe herself, she said: “I’m very small and in my work everything is small too. I like to do macrophotography and will try […]

Catchy Optical Illusions by Chema Madoz

Pin It Spanish photographer Chema Madoz loves blending two unrelated objects that share at least one similar feature. The result is a visually stimulating image that would make anyone look twice. He often uses black and white imagery or sepia tones in his photographs which further heightens the contrast between the two objects. Madoz took […]

Norm’s Selfies – Dog Photography by Jeremy Veach

Pin It Jeremy Veach 23-year-old photographer from Washington. He is also Norm the Pug’s human. Norm doesn’t have opposable thumbs and he makes his human take all his selfies. According to Jeremy, “He loves the pictures and gets really into it, and when there is something he doesn’t like, I can tell, and I just […]

Everybody Loves A Lover – Paintings by David Renshaw

Pin It David Renshaw is a British artist who love to paint with vibrant acrylics. As a child, his father taught him some of the basics of drawing and from then on, he dreamed of one day becoming an artist. He studied graphic design and worked his way up from being a picture framer in […]

Half a Shot – Photos by Sabine Pearlman

Pin It “Ammo” is Sabine Pearlman’s incredible series featuring all kinds of ammunition cut precisely down the middle. The series gives us a never-before-seen glimpse of the insides of bullets. She shot a total of 900 cross-sections of ammo in a secluded World War II bunker in Switzerland. The bullets were cut in half by […]

Birds of Prey – Animal Photos by Allison Falconer

Pin It Allison Falconer, true to her name, is a bird trainer and rehabilitator. She works closely with birds of prey like falcons, hawks, and owls in a bird center in Florida. Due to the nature of her work, she gets a lot of opportunity to take up-close-and-personal pictures of birds. It’s not easy to […]

After Midnight – Light Paintings by Michael Bosanko

Pin It Michael Bosanko is a Cardiff-based artist who has made light painting his specialty. He stumbled upon light painting while taking a picture of the moon with a shaky camera. The long exposure he utilized left streaks in the final image. Curious, he disengaged the camera from the tripod and tried writing his partner’s […]

Hidden In Plain Site – Bodypaintings by Johannes Stötter

Pin It Johannes Stötter was born in south Tyrol, Italy. He is also a msician who plays the violin, guitar, and the bouzouki. Johannes won the Bodypainting World Championship last 2012. It’s not at all that surprising given his talent and the level of skill he has applied to his work. He usually paints his […]

A Slow Race – Paintings by Lisa Adams

Pin It Lisa Adams is a self-taught realist painter from Queensland, Australia. She paints for six hours a day, six days a week. Even at that pace, it takes her months to finish a single piece. She averages three to five paintings per year. Lisa begins with a crystal clear mental picture of the painting […]

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 […]

Fleeting Moments Captured – Snapshots by Mikko Lagerstedt

Pin It Mikko Lagerstedt may be self-taught, but the quality of his work is that of a professional. He started getting serious with his photography in December 2008. He loves the way it gives him a different perspective on the world. For him, the most important thing in his photos is the feeling it gives […]

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 […]

Man’s Best Friend – Dog Portraits by Daniel Sadlowski

Pin It Dogs are cute and fluffy. That being the case, it’s pretty hard to take a bad picture of a dog. Photographer Daniel Sadlowski does not take good pictures of dogs, he takes great portraits of them. Each furry subject is posed in such a way that highlights their best asset; be it their […]

À La Mode – Fashion Photography by Sebastian Lang

Pin It Sebastian Lang is a Munich-based fashion photographer. He loves working with contrasting colors which helps highlight the clothes and not the model. He has a very artist approach to the lighting in his shots which gives the whole picture a delicately edgy mood. Magazines like Pose, Highlights, Elle, Hole, Runway, and Blurart.

One Never Ends Learning in Arts

Pin It Looking at her paintings is like drinking genius from a glass of harmony. Her works of art and the features of their characters diffuse vibrations of eternity. An eternity that grasps beauty with its arms, but not typical beauty, but rather an indescribable beauty that is disguised as death and radiates the most […]

Part of You by Maria Zarazua

Pin It Pin It Spanish photographer Maria Zarazua is yet another of the many photographers who have fallen under the spell of twins. In her “Parte de ti” series, she took two different pictures of a pair of twins within the same setting. In the first shot, the pose is usually more formal, with the […]

Trees by Myoung Ho Lee

Pin It Myoung Ho Lee is a young, South Korean artist who has produced an elaborate series of photographs that is simple in concept, nut complex in execution. It poses unusual questions about perception of reality, art, and the environment. Lee simply picks out a likely tree, sets up a white canvas backdrop (with the […]

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