American photographer Cody Cobb took a road trip to the West with his camera. From Utah to Hawaii, Cobb aimed to ‘capture brief moments of stillness from the chaos of nature’.
The photography of Ja Soon Kim is beautifully arranged and structured. Focusing on wild flora and fruit, the artist gathers dried leaves and flowers on one surface to capture the composition from above. Kim, also a yoga teacher and an art director, seems to know everything about balance.
Australian photographer, Lisa Sorgini, creates an ephemeral and romantic series titled ‘Flotsam/Waterplants’ investigating flora underwater. Known for her perceptive work, Sorgini paints floral portraits with digital tools.
Japanese artist from Studio Note, Norihiko Terayama is fascinated by nature and all the multiple possibilities allowing to show off its beauty.
The paintings of Seonna Hong depict small human figures amidst grand natural landscapes.
A very interesting and visual project by an unknown photographer that last Autumn photographed hundreds of leaves to show that the nature manufactures unique and incredibly beautiful structures.
FurNature, a project by Sovrappensiero Design Studio, seeks to regain the balance between local and global, indoors and out, functionality and aesthetic. The project includes minimalist design that beautifully merges nature and modern furniture.