Who knew that foulard photographs could be so gorgeous!? German photographer Martin Klimas shot these graphic and colorful foulard’s for his latest project. Klimas is exhibiting and selling his pieces right now at the Cosar HMT Gallery in Dusseldorf, so if you are around, it is definitely worth the look!
From The Omen’s devilish Damien to those chilling twins in The Shining, there’s always been an unsettling connection between children and the genre of horror within popular culture. This is something that artsit-turned-photgrapher Loretta Lux captures brilliantly in her surreal portraits of young children. Loretta’s work is
Best known for his purely formal, intricate photographic approach, German photographer Frank Hülsbömer has a pretty amazing eye and composition skill for his still life photographs. He plays with colors, geometry, bright elastic bands, abstract perforated sheets of paper and multi-colored circles of card constituting his photographic subjects.
There is really something special about the way photographer Alexander Straulino shoots a face. Be it zoomed in, cut up, or heavily dripping in paint, your everyday face turns into a bold, almost abstract statement through Alexander’s lens.
Admit it, we’ve all wondered what would happen if we microwaved something that we know should never ever enter a microwave. Thankfully the curious people behind Tumblr blog, Microwhat have quenched our thirsty imagination with their range of eye-pleasingly bright images detailing the
For centuries, the Congo has compelled and defied the Western imagination. Richard Mosse brings to this subject the use of a discontinued military surveillance technology, a type of color infrared film called Kodak Aerochrome. Originally developed for camouflage detection, this aerial reconnaissance film registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, rendering the green landscape in [...]
If there’s anyone with something to smile about, it has to be New Mexican-born Arizona Muse. The 23-year-old model and mother of one has had an impressive year since being selected to open and close Max Azria’s show in New York. Following this, the formidable success of Arizona Muse has continued, walking for an endless [...]
When it comes to fashion editorials, the Paris-based fashion photographer Kristian Schuller likes to see big. His images tend to be acutely seductive, providing the viewers with a view into a riotous fashion dream world completely possess the beholder. Learning from the biggest, Schuller studied fashion design with Vivienne Westwood and
The husband and wife team Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Warner of New York-based photography studio Floto + Warner choose the Nevada desert to detonate their latest home-made creations. An awesome series of colorful smoke in abandoned buildings and stark landscapes. Also watch the video below.
Here is the work of British artist James Hopkins who is currently based in London, and graduated from the University of London in fine arts about 10 years ago. I love his Vanitas series of trompe l’oeil perspectives transforming every day objects on shelves into artwork looking like skulls. Makes me think of the work [...]
New York based photographer Tomaas shot this gorgeous ‘Plastic Fantastic’ series creating outfits and accessories only using disposable plastic props. I could not find the prop stylist’s info anywhere, but she also did an amazing job!
Luxury stores like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Cartier in a state in which we very rarely think of them: boarded up and vandalized. German photographer Johanna Klein ‘Safeguard’ series of simple, repeated imagery provoke interesting reactions and let you question our current economic reality…