Friday, November 16, 2012

Bobby Neel Adams

Family Tree is a series of portraits of immediate family members i.e. Father/Son, Mother/Daughter and even Father/Daughter, Mother/Son. Families are photographed individually and then sized and printed at the same proportions. The two photographs are manually torn and glued together to make one portrait investigating the visual DNA passed from generation to generation. No Photoshop. 

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Roman Sakovich

The above portrait is part of London-based photographer Roman Sakovich's project, "Half," which highlights the drastic physical effects of substance abuse. Sakovich has created split images that simultaneously portray an individual prior to and post addiction, leaving the viewer with a stark visualization of the damaging effects of drug use on our bodies.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Noemie Goudal

Paris-born, London-based artist Noemie Goudal's photography is rooted firmly in the creation of what many have coined 'conception volumique', a phrase borrowed from design production to refer to site-specific sculptural installations  that render unclear whether it is the location, installation, or image that is the artwork itself. across various photographic series,  goudal frequently works with largescale paper backdrops, juxtaposed closely with the existing landscape and blurring the bounds of the real and the fictional.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Søren Dahlgaard


Danish artist Søren Dahlgaard has created a series of "Dough Portraits" of people in his native Copenhagen, Kosovo and the Maldives as part of an art project that has traveled throughout the world. The posers were invited to play with and mold the dough before placing it on their heads. The result is an innovative take on the traditional self-portrait.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Michael Rohde

German photographer Michael Rohde  creates virtually impossible views of interiors shot from below the floor.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Bill Finger

Seattle-based photographer Bill Finger - who worked earlier in his career as an assistant cameraman - uses his knowledge of cinematography and set design to create amazingly realistic crime scene dioramas. Each diorama is constructed specifically to be photographed. Like filmmaking all staging and lighting is done looking through the lens. Once photographed the diorama is then destroyed. Bill explains, "Through this process I create a temporary space, which like a film set, only lives on within the image.”

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Paulo Torck

Photograph Dragonfly by Paulo Torck on 500px

Stunning macrophotography by Paulo Torcktalented photographer from São Paulo, Brasil. check out his blog too.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Patrick Bouquet

 Beautiful and contrast animal portraits by Patrick Bouquet, talented photographer from Paris.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Eric Staller

Photographer Eric Staller was enchanted by New York City's, plazas, bridges, parks and monuments, but struggled to find a way to celebrate the city's architecture in the 1970s.
Light Drawings, 1976-1980 were exhibited worldwide and received a lot of attention from art galleries and publications. As he tells us, "Even the most technical people in the photography world were mystified about how these photos were made."

Friday, October 5, 2012

Rachel Hulin

Based in Providence, RI and New York City. Photographer Rachel Hulin thought it would be fun to make her baby fly. So she looked to her son Henry to see what he could do.

If you're worried about Henry's safety, you'll be relieved to find out that he's not in any real danger.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Erik Klein Wolterink

Photographer Erik Klein Wolterink explores kitchens of various ethnic groups within the city of Amsterdam. For this project he mapped these kitchens in a systematic, almost maniacal way. The inside of cupboards, drawers and fridges were photographed in the way that the original user had left it and then reassembled into a single seamless composite image.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Per Johansen

Danish photographer Per Johansen created a series of sublimely strange still-lifes combining food and plastic bottles. "Full", consists of photographs of meat, vegetables, pasta and other foods which are claustrophobically placed in various plasic containers.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Lee Materazzi

There is a sculptural quality in the make-up of Lee Materazzis photographs, attributed to her studies at Central Saint Martins in London where she completed her degree in sculpture. The photographs are based in everyday life, though Materazzi transcends the documentarian quality of life to elevated concepts about living. The photographs take the mundane tasks and chores of our existence and express the way in which they affect our consciousness.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Natalia Pereira

Barcelona-based artist Natalia Pereira's photo series titled "Dismorfobina" explores the deformation of our identity when we desperately try to fit into a perfect mold that is not our own. The photographs brings attention to body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), a mental illness involving body image issues that results in depression and social phobia. According to the artist, Dismorfobina is a “[d]isorder suffered by those who have been dominated by the habits of consumerism."

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Marcin Sobas

Poland-based photographer Marcin Sobas captures images of nature, landscape and agricultural fields and hills in such a mesmerising way that it makes it hard to tell whether his work is really photography or are paintings.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Gwon Osang

Artist's view South Korean Gwon Osang is simple and creative. Builds his lightweight sculptures by taking hundreds of photographs of his subjects, he photographed people, animals and objects and pasted figures. See some of them below.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Lucie & Simon

Lucie & Simonfrench & german, live and work in Paris, France. Both are self-taught aritsts. Simon worked as first assistant to artists François-Marie Banier (Gagosian gallery) and Peter Lindbergh (Hans Mayer gallery) from 2004 to 2008.

“The characters in this series are photographed at home as they go about their familiar activities. The images show moments of intimacy, precious and delicate, that, beyond their simplicity, bear witness to everyday reality."

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Alexey Bednij

Alexey Bednij is russinan photographer who manipulates photos of people and animals in oder to make these unique shadow portraits that he refers to as ‘collages’.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Martin Schoeller

Martin Schoeller, the New York based photographer best known for his tight portraits or “close up” series, remains at the forefrontof the photographic community. Working on both commercial and personal projects.
All images  © Martin Schoeller

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Klaus Leidorf

Klaus Leidorf: a German archaeologist who pyre in observing human artifacts from the perspective of a bird.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Brooke Shaden

Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer living and working in the Los Angeles area. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a story. 

Sunday, September 23, 2012

David Foster Nass

Enter the gallery

German photographer David Foster Nass found his passion about five years ago when his best friend gave him his first camera. Since that day David has never stopped capturing breathtaking pictures with a very personal style and a unique sense of composition. 

Saturday, September 22, 2012

April Maciborka

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April Maciborka is a talented female travel and documentary photographer based in Toronto, Canada. Her devoutness for travel and capturing the essence of the world around her, are principal influences that inspire and drive her work as an artist. 

Friday, September 21, 2012

Benoit Paillé

Illuminated Landscapes by Benoit Paillé light landscapes

Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé has been working on a fascinating series of landscapes using a bizarre lighting method involving a suspended glowing square. The images above are not photoshopped, the 1×1 meter light is instead hung in the center of each photograph and the resulting image shows the unique form of illumination that creeps into the surrounding area. Paillé says his goal is to redefine what a landscape photograph is by questioning its reality, creating a kind of poetic moment in space and time. 

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Bill Durgin

Bill Durgin’s incredible ‘Figure Studies’ series transcends traditional photography into sculpting a piece of art with one’s camera. The images are the result of complex arrangements of the body parts which require extreme flexibility and contortion by the model to achieve an “austere effect contortion.”

Monday, September 17, 2012

Robert Schlaug

Robert Schlaug  took his series of landscape photographs and stretched out the colors, creating linear striped gradients from its natural palette. Each starting point of the gradients is carefully chosen based on the composition of the picture and the effect he wants to achieve. By cleverly making the gradient a part of the photo, sometimes it appears like waterfalls at the edge of a country road, other times it becomes a wall like digital sunset.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Heiko Waechter

Creative urban photography by Heiko Waechter, talented photographer who travelled around the world doing great series of photos in Singapor, Beijing, Bali and Taipei.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Hana Pesut

mish & colin

Switcheroo is a dual portrait series by Vancouver-based photographer Hana Pesut. Accomplices are photographed twice, once in their own clothes and again wearing reversed outfits against the same background. The magic in this series lies in the similitude of the normal and affected versions that becomes distanced when their variances become more apparent.Check out more of Hana’s work on her tumblr.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Bill Wadman

William George Wadman is an American portrait photographer. His work tends towards intimate traditional portraiture in both environmental and studio settings. He shoots in all formats and in both film and digital. He has been a contributor to TIME magazine, BusinessWeek, Improper Bostonian, POZ, among others. His images have been featured worldwide in The New York Times, La Monde, Der Spiegel, Times of London, USA Today, and Corriere della Sera.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Hengki Koentjoro

Frenzy, photography by Hengki Koentjoro. In Nature, Animal, Aquatic life. Frenzy, photography by Hengki Koentjoro. Image #384677

Hengki Koentjoro was born in March 24, 1963 in Semarang, central java, Indonesia. He acquired his knowledge of multimedia production at brooks institute of photography, Santa Barbara, California, USA.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Geoffrey Gilson

Photograph | u | by Geoffrey Gilson on 500px

Geoffrey Gilson, born in Liege, Belgium 1979.  Passionate by nature and photography. He approaches contrasted topics such as long exposures, nature, architecture and landscapes. 

Monday, September 10, 2012

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Akos Major

Akos Major (1974) Hungarian photographer, Akos is currently living in Vienna, Austria.
Really sweet minimal composition, full of depth and details.

Stunning set of photos! 

Thank you.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

David Talley

David Talley has changed the way of taking pictures.  Born and based in Los Angeles, California, he shows with every single picture a different story, and the best of all is that you can be the protagonist of this story because you can feel the same feelings that he feels. He influences lot of photographers, and that's only possible because he is a genious. His creativity is from other world, and I know he will go places.

Thanks for sharing with us your pictures :)

Friday, September 7, 2012

Fabian RJ Smith

I could not find information about Fabian RJ Smith, but what matters is its excellent photographic talent. enjoy!

Robin Mellway

Beautiful landscapes by  Robin Mellway talented photographer based in Canada. Their photos are taken with an old Nikon F3 and Fuji film, although he also occasionally use a Belomo Vilia and more rarely a Holga, Fuji Instax and Polaroid Spectra.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Rüdiger Nehmzow

Cloud Collection

Rüdiger Nehmzowborn 1966 in Ansbach, living since 1987 in Düsseldorf.

After successful apprenticeship as photographer and the study of communication design/photography at the university of Essen now working for magazines, advertising agencies and companies. Since 1998 with the photographers agency Laif.

Starting almost 20 years ago, mainly focused on photojournalism, editorial and portrait photography, he expanded successful to a project and corporate photography, earning an excellent reputation for his stable quality.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

John Crawford

John Crawford is a New Zealand-based photographer who did a lot of commercial work back then. He spent much of his time in helicopters and light aeroplanes, and became fascinated with looking at the world from a bird's eye perspective.

Christina Shaffell

Way Up High #2 Art Print

Christina Shaffellis a photographer, designer, and sometimes wanderer.

Matthias Heiderich

untitled by Matthias Heiderich (Heartbeatbox) on

Matthias Heiderich, photographer from Berlin. Your style of photography is artistic architecture and landscape photography.

Gray Malin

Photographer Gray Malin travels the world snapping the most luxurious beaches and pools from a bird's eye view. 

Kyle Thompson

Kyle Thompson is a young photographer from Chicago, Illinois. He specializes in fine art photography, creating his own surreal realities in still images.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Jennifer Ray

Jennifer Ray, Dumped Dog

Jennifer Ray  born in 1984 in Winston-Salem, NC and is based in Chicago. She is currently a
visiting professor of photography at Oberlin College. 

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Alejandro Cartagena


alejandro cartagena lives and works in monterrey, mexico. his projects employ landscape and portraiture as a means to examine social, urban and environmental issues. cartagena’s work has been exhibited internationally and has been widely published in print media including domus, wallpaper, financial times, le monde, newsweek, stern, pdn and the new yorker. 
in this post: pictures of workers sleeping in the dumpster pickups. this entire series carpoolers sleeping is discovered in the future.

Menno Aden


German photographer Menno Aden has shot a series of berlin interiors from an unconventional viewpoint: looking down from the ceiling. The resulting images lay out space in symmetrical compositions that look like assemblages stripped of any kind of objectivity.

Kylie Woon


Incredible series of photographs entitled "Surreality" by Kylie Woon. She´s from Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Delaney Allen


Amazing  photographs by Delaney Allen talented male photographer from  Fort Worth, TX.