Photography


Experimental photography by Bagrad Badalian

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Oct 2014

Experimental photography by Bagrad Badalian

For Armenian photographer Bagrad Badalian, it is about creating and capturing moments in time. While he puts a lot of time into experimentation, he is meticulous in the preparation, which gives himself the best opportunity for magic to occur. The end result is photographs that...

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Classic sculptures get hipster makeover

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Oct 2014

Classic sculptures get hipster makeover

These makeovers were created through the combined efforts of French photographer Leo Caillard and digital mastermind Alixis Persani. No, they did not walk into the Louvre and dress up the sculptures, although this would have been pretty bold. Instead, Caillard photographed the statues in their...

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The beautifully odd photography of Todd Baxter

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Oct 2014

The beautifully odd photography of Todd Baxter

It’s mindboggling to realize that these are not paintings but actually the photographic work of Todd Baxter. The work is full of surreal narrative and off-kilter strangeness that would seamlessly fit into most Wes Anderson films. Each photograph is painstakingly staged and according to the...

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The insanely beautiful and precarious work of Robert Bösch

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Sep 2014

The insanely beautiful and precarious work of Robert Bösch

Ok…there’s going to extremes for your work and then there’s going to extremes. I’d say the work of  Robert Bösch qualifies for the latter. The Swiss photographer has made a habit of taking incredible photographs of mountain climbers in breathtaking but extremely precarious environments. Using...

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Colorful bead work addresses the arms trade in Africa

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Sep 2014

Colorful bead work addresses the arms trade in Africa

South African born photographer, Ralph Ziman has had a successful career in film and high profile music videos. He’s also a pretty amazing photographer as evidenced by these stunning images from a series called ‘GHOSTS,’ that deals with the international arms trade in Africa. In...

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Fleshy, symmetrical mounds by William Farges

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Sep 2014

Fleshy, symmetrical mounds by William Farges

This is a series titled ‘Ligne Blanche‘ by French photographer, William Farges. The images are created by photographing isolated angles and fragments of the human body and mirroring them, leading to beautiful and elegant symmetry. The final images resemble fleshy, sensual, and undulating sculptures propped...

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Abstract aerial photography by Antoine Rose

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Sep 2014

Abstract aerial photography by Antoine Rose

Belgian photographer, Antoine Rose literally straps on a harness and leans completely out of a helicopter to capture the amazing aerial shots of Miami’s beaches and the coastlines of Long Island. By taking a bird’s eye perspective, it completely changes the viewer’s experience. Instead of...

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