Streams of Sand is a one day project by Evelina Pentcheva that was shot at the Oceano Dunes in California. “Anibal Diaz is my soulmate, every shot that we create together is a truly heart opening experience. We are like two kids in Wonderland, always excited and happy to leap into the fabric of the senses and the mood of the moment. It’s a blessing,” she…
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Jason Salavon - Every Playboy Centerfold, The Decades (normalized) 2002 The world looks a little different through my eyes lately.
This is how I…Continue
In this series titled Immaculate Dream, photographer Nicoline Patricia Malina whisks us away to another world with gorgeous shots that almost look as though they were taken in infrared. The monochrome light blue color works perfectly within the scenes, making the beautiful model really stand out in the seemingly chilly background.
Malina was born in…Continue
Photographer Steve McCurry is a world renowned photojournalist whose incredible photos have been published in an array of magazines. We've featured his photos several times on our site before, however, this only represents a small…
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You are the Key is an ad campaign by Chile-based agency Prolam Y&R that shows images depicting children stuck inside large, human-shaped metal cages while dark scenes of awful futures or terrible home lives play out. Each image is also outfitted with a simple label stating "You are the Key" and a number to call. These powerful ads were all made for…
For the Discovery Chanel's upcoming documentary Frozen Planet, director Chadden Hunter, cameraman Didier Noiret, and a small team were sent to the Polar regions of the Earth to document the beautiful and ever-changing icy surroundings. Emperor penguins swimming through freezing waters, Minke whales surfacing for a breath, and the occasional polar bear cavorting around are just…
Added by Jacob Paul Wiegmann on December 30, 2011 at 1:01pm — No Comments
What does our food look like at a microscopic level? This is the kind of question that prompted San-Francisco photographer Caren Alpert to begin her impressive series entitled Terra Cibus. By sending off a wide variety of food ingredients to a lab in Arizona, she was able to find out the answer. There, a scanning…Continue
German artist Hubert Branz has created a dizzying series of works entitled X-planation. By taking aerial shots of airports that he collects through the use of the Internet, Branz digitally stitches these images together, creating a maze of paths. However, he adds yet another step to the process by mixing the perspectives of the shots. This adds a three-dimensional layer…
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Photographer Thomas Jackson has a comical series of photographs featuring a lone robot. The photos, at first, capture mundane chores such as doing the laundry or mowing the lawn but take a turn for the mysterious. Jackson draws inspiration from science fiction and literature to give the robot's story a "darkly humorous narrative." The series is meant to examine the uneasy relationship we have…
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Nature photographer Peter Lik is highly renowned in the photography world. You'll be surprised to find out that he's entirely self-taught. Born in Australia, Lik honed his craft since he was 8-years-old when he received his first camera. He has since made several trips to America, creating an extensive series of works entitled Spirit of America in which he captured landscapes…
The widely popular video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is already well-known in gaming circles but it's starting to find a niche in other communities as well. (It was only officially released back about a month ago, on November 11, 2011, but it quickly generated rave reviews from critics like Wired.com who gave the game a perfect score of 10 out of 10, writing "The…Continue
U.K. photographer Mark Mawson has added another impressive group of photographs to his already amazing portfolio. Entitled Aqueous Fluoreau, the series is an extension of a previous group of work similarly titled called Aqueous. Using ink and water, Mawson uses a secret technique to take these remarkable photographs that he is not sharing. Whatever his process…Continue
Photographer Nick Cobbing recently took a trip to Greenland and returned with some truly breathtaking photos. Greenland is home to the largest ice sheet in the northern hemisphere. Roughly 80% of the surface of Greenland is covered in ice which is generally more than 1.24 miles thick. Scientists predict that, in a few hundred years, climate change could eventually melt the entire ice sheet resulting in a global sea level rise of almost 24 feet!
Cobbing's photographs are meant to help…Continue
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Joern Roeder and Jonathan Pirnay, students at the University of Visual Arts and Design Kassel, Germany, have created an installation that reflects where our modern society has come in this digital age. In the style of Erik Kessel's "Photography in Abundance," the team…Continue
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Artist Todd McLellan has more patience than all of us combined. Meticulously taking apart classic objects such as a typewriter or flip clock, he breaks them down piece by piece and separates them into groups. After he places all the pieces onto a white background with all the parts laid out together, he produces exquisitely detailed images that display the inner mechanics behind the…
Added by Jacob Paul Wiegmann on December 4, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
If you have a fear of snakes you may not want to continue reading this post. These beautiful photographs were taken by advertising and art photographer Mark Laita as part of his series entitled "Serpentine." The black background draws the viewer to focus in on the beauty and form of the snakes. The set includes snakes from all around the world and it captures their subtle beauties. Mark Laita says…
Added by Jacob Paul Wiegmann on November 25, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
Finnish artist Iikka Haslo presents his rather pessimistic view about the outcomes of global warming and man's effects on nature. In his series "Museum of Nature," Haslo presents viewers with a world in which nature has to be constantly protected. Using giant canopies and special housing, he shows that what's left of nature must be salvaged. That's not where it ends though. These last gems…
Added by Jacob Paul Wiegmann on October 28, 2011 at 12:04pm — No Comments