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Photographer Erkin Demir mainly works in fashion but he also creates beautiful blended photographs through a creative exploration of double exposures. The Turkey-based artist creates intriguing compositions by merging landscapes and architecture with fragmented bodies and faces to create a complex representation of forms.

By fusing the various details together into one collective…

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Love is often compared to climbing a mountain, but this Colorado couple took that saying literally when they scaled a huge peak called the Chief in British Columbia, Canada for their wedding two months ago. Jamie Halperin, a dietician, never wanted a wedding from an early age, but she changed her mind after watching a video of friends who staged a fake climbing wedding for an…

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When it comes to your high school yearbook photo, who wants to be remembered with just a boring headshot? Not Schenectady, New York senior Draven Rodriguez. He wanted to “leave a legacy,” and came up with a brilliant idea; he posed with his fluffy rescue cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, set against a laser-beam backdrop. Rodriguez wasn’t sure if this epic photo…

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For this year's ArtPrize, the international art competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, one of the 25 shortlisted pieces deserves our complete attention. Laser-cut wood was the medium of choice for Intersections, Pakistan-born artist Anila Quayyum Agha's cube that magically suspends from the ceiling.

The delicately carved, lace-like wooden piece…

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With its own name, let alone one like Lucid Dream, you can be sure that this wedding reception would be nothing short of fantastic. Serving both as a bride and an artist, Sheika Lateefa worked with company Designlab Events in coming up with this spectacular cloud installation for her wedding. In short, through her confidence, support and collaborative spirit,…

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Dallas-based photographer and former U.S. Marine Joel Parés' powerful portrait series Judging America embodies the age-old idiom "don't judge a book by its cover." Through these photos, Parés seeks to challenge any prejudices that viewers may hold against other people based on race, socioeconomic status, sexual preference, or appearance.

Each image consists of two portraits of…

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