In these photographs, by Aaron Groen, it's very easy to get lost in each of his starry wonderlands. A Series of Dark Places is a collection of work in which the South Dakota-based artist juxtaposes the beauty of the universe against the many familiar natural and man-made forms here on Earth. Using long exposures, he captures magical landscapes filled with dreamy atmospheres,…
As cycling enthusiasts know, it's the final week of the 98th Tour de France! Having started at the Passage du Gois on July 2 and continuing till July 24, 2011, the Tour de France is made of of 21 stages and covers a total distance of 3,430.5 kilometers. The race culminates with a dramatic finish at the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Clad in yellow, one rider will eventually stand triumphant, wearing… Continue
Irish artist PJ Tierney created a set of 19 posters to celebrate the 2011 Formula 1 World Championship season. The posters were inspired by James White's Tron Legacy Countdown series, as well as his own personal passion for "the greatest motorsport in the world."…
Fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh helped launched supermodels to fame in the 1990s with his beautiful black-and-white photos. Rather than show this body of work again, he's branching out with an exciting and new series specifically for his first experience in China. Starting April 1st and through May 22nd at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, Lindbergh will showcase The Unknown,… Continue
For anyone who's experiencing a complicated relationship with their father, this series is for you. Created by Toronto, Canada-based artist Laurie Kang, My Father and I addresses issues most of us think about but don't necessarily discuss. Beautiful as it is tragic, it's a photo set that pulls you, asking you to face your own situation with honesty.
Just how does a photographer capture pure, passionate moments? Just ask Michael Creagh. Working with fellow fashion photographer Rinze Van Brug and fashion stylist Keith S. Washington, they've created a beautiful series of kissing photos for Metropop Magazine.
Why kissing? Creagh explain, "It was exciting and a little unexpected. It is a fashion story, so… Continue
"Artist Gabriel Dishaw merges his love for sneakers and technology in these beautifully sculpted Nike’s, using bits and pieces of computers, typewriters and other found metal objects.
The Sneaker Series is only one of many of his series of objects that he has been creating since the mid-90’s."…
Dwell presents their first video in a three-part series about color. Senior editor Aaron Britt drops by the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation to discuss the life and work of German-born American artist Josef Albers, who is often referred to as the 'Father of Color Theory'. Will give you a great appreciation not just for color but for Albers - his values, beliefs and incredible passion.
While I first learned about Coralie Bickford-Smith's penguin cloth-bound classic series through Design*Sponge in October of 2009, I didn't feel compelled to write about it till I saw it pop up again on… Continue