[parallax speed="0.5" img_element="no" top_img_el="0px" left_img_el="0px" speed_el="0.5" width_el="980px" height_el="0px" padding="20px" width="100%" float="none" img_bg="128740" height="900px"] PARADISE THE CLUB by ERWIN OLAF [/parallax] Don’t need to introduce Erwin Olaf, he’s personally one of my favorite photographer, also the ‘Paradise The Club‘ series is from 2001, I just
Love, love, love the Lego Wars series by New York based fine art photographer Dale May. Dale uses macro photography to transform tiny, plastic, Star Wars LEGO figures into epic, heroic stature. Iconic, nostalgic, yet timeless, the artist brings a new look to
I’m loving the Herero Tribe series by fine art photographer Jim Naughten shot in Namibia. Capturing dramatic portraits in the intensity of the Namibian landscape, the magnificent costume and characters of the tribe are all revealed in this amazing book called Conflict and Costume: The Herero Tribe of Namibia available at Amazon.com ($32).
By now you should be aware of our love for Nick Frank’s photography, his very graphic and colorful architectural shots are just perfect, at least in our eyes. Here is a futuristic vision of the Munich subway looking like something out of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’
I always enjoy looking at different photographers’ views of the Big Apple. New York is a city that inspires everyone of us and that’s why we love it so much. Here is some of my favorite shots from fine art photographer Andrew Moore and his view, his light and his perspective of the city between […]
As a photographer, Alejandro Maestre Gasteazi‘s expertise lies in the realm of lighting and digital post-production. These two skills are flexed to the utmost in the latest portrait series of his good friend Julián. Beautifully sculptural and built up like a
Since 2008 Fine Art photographer Karen Knorr‘s work has taken a new turn and focused its gaze on the upper caste culture of the Rajput in India and its relationship to the “other” through the use of photography, video and performance. The photographic series considers men’s space (mardana) and women’s space (zanana) in Mughal and […]
I recently stumbled across Waterscapes, a series by Hungarian photographer Akos Major. The series features a collection of photographs capturing ominously still bodies of water. The minimal composition matched with the eerie static water begins to create a