Tag: photography


Beautiful ice covered landscapes by Marko Korosec

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Dec 2014

Beautiful ice covered landscapes by Marko Korosec

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! In keeping with a wintery, Christmassy feel, today we’re featuring some stunning photographs by Marko Korosec. They were taken on Mount Javornik in eastern Slovenia following a lengthy ice and snowstorm. So very beautiful! (via Colossal) Sign up...

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Color in motion: Sharon Avraham photography

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Oct 2014

Color in motion: Sharon Avraham photography

Using color and movement, Sharon Avraham creates these electric photographs that appear almost painterly. He describes his process as being somewhat similar to that of action painters Pollock and Resnick in that he lets the materials guide his and then captures the result. In her relatively straightforward process, Sharon...

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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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Upside down portraits instantly become alien

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Sep 2014

Upside down portraits instantly become alien

Cape Town based photographer, Anelia Loubser is the artist behind these amazing photographs. By simply taking close-up portraits, cropping them, and then flipping them upside down, she completely change how we respond to them. They take on an odd and somewhat creepy quality that looks...

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Nude arrangements by Evelyn Bencicova

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Aug 2014

Nude arrangements by Evelyn Bencicova

These are photographs by the young Berlin artist, Evelyn Bencicova. They are part of a series titled ‘Ecce Homo,’ which is Latin for “behold the man” and historically, has been a common artistic motif within Christianity. In them, she poses very flexible faceless individuals in...

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Woven portraits by David Samuel Stern

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Aug 2014

Woven portraits by David Samuel Stern

I’ve seen my share of very good double exposure photography, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen an artist do it quite like David Samuel Stern. Instead of overlaying multiple images onto a single piece of paper, David takes two separate photographs, cuts them up...

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