For his ‘The Sky is Flat’ series, architect and digital artist Laurent Rosset creates sweeping photographic landscapes that seem to curl upward into infinity like an enormous wave that obliterates the sky.
I just stumbled over the amazing work of Swedish photographer Emma Hartvig. Inspired by the suspense created in Hollywood thrillers, and particularly the work of Alfred Hitchcock, the colorful collection of stills pays homage to the many facets of ‘cinema’.
Starting this month, IKEA presents its second art initiative, a limited-edition collection called Art Photography. With a goal in mind to make art more accessible, both in cost and in how it resonates with viewers, IKEA’s art event brings together a collection of 11 posters by 11 contemporary artists from around the world.
Featuring on Its Nice That, ‘Stroke’ is one of British photographer Ryan Hopkinson latest self-initiated projects with set designer Andrew Stellitano.
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.
While working on his Site Specific series, Olivo Barbieri photographed more than forty of the world’s cities from a helicopter hovering in midair.
German photographer Tom Seelbach is introducing us to his lastest project, ‘Architecture of Wasted Fantasy – The Poetry of Packaging’. The Magically gleaming towers, respectable skyscrapers, clear construction bodies: with the first brief look we have landed in the model workshop of an architect. However, a more exact check lets the viewer doubt.