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Mythical Portraits Feature Wild Animals by Katerina Plotnikova

Mythical Portraits Feature Wild Animals by Katerina Plotnikova

Moscow-based Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova took these amazing images of real live animals with the help of professional animal trainers. The photographer creates visual fairy-tales, both sensual and inspiring. She explains her work as “another tale about wonderland.” Plotonikova’s human models exude a quiet regal air that is only made all the more arresting by...

Expressive Dog Portraits By Elke Vogelsang

Expressive Dog Portraits By Elke Vogelsang

German photographer Elke Vogelsang shot a series of intimate and playful portraits of her three dogs, Noodles, Scout and Loli. Her photos portray their models with grace, personality and sometimes just a bit of humor. “My favorite artist is nature, which I try to imitate while adding my own personal view of life, the universe,...

Alternate Perspectives by Randy Scott Slavin

Alternate Perspectives by Randy Scott Slavin

New York City-based photographer Randy Scott Slavin has added more photographs to his famous series ‘Alternate Perspectives’. Randy has taken pictures of landscapes, landmarks, and scenery across the USA and comprises them into surreal images that spin into its own vortex. Turning them into 360-degree panoramas, the series includes views of New York CIty such...

Catching The Light In Asia by Weerapong Chaipuck

Catching The Light In Asia by Weerapong Chaipuck

Weerapong Chaipuck is a medical professional-turned-photographer who traveled around Asia to capture stunning landscape photography. The images present depth in both the rich landscapes and diverse people within each environment. “To create a project, you must do homework about the place, which season and period of time are optimal for taking photographs, what is the...

'Both Sides Of' by Alex John Beck

‘Both Sides Of’ by Alex John Beck

 New York-based photographer Alex John Beck began a project entitled “Both Sides Of” where he captures both sides of people’s faces and merges them together, creating symmetrical, more appealing portraits of the person before the lens. According to him, we each have two faces, a cold and closed one and more round and open one....

Will It Beard by Pierce Thiot

Will It Beard by Pierce Thiot

Art director Pierce Thiot and his wife, photographer Stacy Thiot, created a fun and hilarious photo series titled Will It Beard where Pierce sticks random objects in his beard. The Los Angeles-based couple managed to stick a variety of household items into Pierce’s glorious facial hair, which includes anything from countless toothpicks, raw noodles, razors, candle sticks...

Lost in Art by Liu Bolin

Lost in Art by Liu Bolin

Chinese artist Liu Bolin has been blending and camouflaging himself into structures and scenes like toy store shelves, grocery produce sections and graffiti walls around the world. To create the images, the artist spends up to 10 hours on each of his detailed body paintings, obsessing over every crack and crevice of the scenes before...

Pentagram Designs Pepsi Gate for Super Bowl MetLife Stadium

Pentagram Designs Pepsi Gate for Super Bowl MetLife Stadium

At this Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, fans will be greeted by a dramatic new entrance by none other than Pepsi, one of the game’s major sponsors! Pentagram, a New York-based graphic design studio, has installed a pair of huge hanging bottles that have been created from a series of cross-section...

Cassette Relooking by Benoit Jammes

Cassette Relooking by Benoit Jammes

Using cassettes, French graphic designer and photographer Benoit Jammes redesigned movie posters such as the Simpsons, Saw, Kill Bill, Rambo, Tintin among others with minimal accents. This wonderful series entitled “Cassette Relooking” was entirely handmade by the artist who one day discovered that he had a stack of vintage cassette tapes gathering dust in his home....

Photos of New York Through the Eyes of a Bicycle

Photos of New York Through the Eyes of a Bicycle

Designer Tim Sklyarov, who is passionate about cycling, created a photo project entitled ‘New York Through the Eyes of a Road Bicycle’ where he shares images of an unusual ride in New York, offering a unique view of the city. The photographer introduces his collection by saying, “When you cycle on the streets you see [the city and...

360 Degree Paper Books by Yusuke Oono

360 Degree Paper Books by Yusuke Oono

Japanese graphic designer and architect Yusuke Oono created a fun set of 360 degree paper books assembling scenes from stories like Snow White and The Jungle Book with elaborate layers of silhouettes cut from paper.  Using 40 pages, Oono designed each 360 degree book digitally page by page before they are cut out with a laser cutter...

MINIMIAM Series by Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

MINIMIAM Series by Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

French couple and commercial food photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida decided to create a fun and tasty series. Entitled ‘MINIMIAM’, “miniature” and “miam” (yummy in French), the couple used fruit, vegetables, and sweets as the edible backdrops for engaging dramas played out by miniature people. The project began in 2002 and grew from the couple’s shared childhood interests in food...