The Glow is a colorful, paint-splattered series by Brazil-based photographer Sarah Leal. Using neon paints and a blacklight, Leal narrows in on certain features and details of the human body. The orange and green paint splatters mix together with blue skin to create surreal compositions where lips and hands pop out against the darkness.
Inspired by fellow neon artist…Continue
Posted by katie hosmer on December 10, 2013 at 10:30am
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If you’re one of those people who’s on an endless quest for knowledge, you look for reliable sources where you can learn something new every day. Today, we bring you five websites about learning and curiosity. These websites aren’t known for their beautiful photography or their amazing art. Rather, they’re places you go to figure out how to make life easier…
Posted by alice on December 10, 2013 at 9:00am
Fans of classic movies like Big, Goonies, Blade Runner, or The Terminator will just love this fun collection by Italy-based team Van Orton Design. In the series of 80's Movie Posters, the artists recreated the characters of each story in the style of stained-glass windows.
The artists achieved incredible details by first illustrating…Continue
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At first glance, this amazing piece seems like a simple candle with a burning wick and slowly melting wax dripping down the sides. However, upon closer inspection, an incredible little scene reveals itself in the form of digital art.
Created by Indonesia-based artist Ferdi Rizkiyanto, Uncharted features the journey of a group of people as they climb the sides of the luminous…Continue
Photographer Rosie Holtom, a long-time volunteer at a homeless shelter in London, embarked on a portrait project depicting homeless people in a very humane light that doesn't exploit or stereotype their situation. Instead, the black and white portraits reveal a very human side to each individual, one that shows consideration for their value as a person with a place in the…
Posted by Pinar on December 9, 2013 at 10:30am
Cologne-based photographer Kilian Schönberger introduces his viewers to an alternative way of seeing nature in these still shots that could have been taken right out of a daydream. Cloud Forest is a series of monochromatic landscapes that transform leaves and branches into beautiful rows of abstract lines and shapes.
There is a mystical presence mixed into the wispy fog…Continue
Posted by katie hosmer on December 9, 2013 at 10:00am
"You know what I miss the most? Being carefree." This was the sentence that inspired the If Only For a Second photo project, by the Mimi Foundation, where 20 cancer patients were asked to participate in a unique makeover experience. Invited into a studio with a two-way mirror, they closed their eyes as their hair and make-up were completely redone. On the other side of the…
Posted by alice on December 9, 2013 at 10:00am