Few years ago, we have presented you Romanian artist Dan Cretu and his edible everyday objects.
Barbados photographer Alyson Holder submitted us her latest series, Mr. Velveteen. Based on the story of the Velveteen Rabbit, she shot this project using friends as subject and was attracted to the grit, texture and architecture of the area and the way it underlined the difference between one world and the other.
Thanks to his very accurate photoshop skills, Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov allows Caravaggio and Bouguereau’s muses and angels – (just to name a few) to be seamlessly integrated with daily life surroundings in Kiev and Naples.
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.
For this Constructed series, Polish graphic artist Pawel Nolbert create his own reality with those gorgeous colorful collages! while being traveling.
Brooklyn based graphic designer Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria produces gorgeous new and unusual realities by altering expected perceptions of space with geometric shapes. I really enjoy her very ‘trendy’ approach with the “Geometric Reflection” series where she used photographs of foggy landscapes.
After the recent unphotoshopped trend that has been on the rise in advertisings and editorials, it’s now supermodel Kate Moss’s turn to go un-retouched by