Andrew Marttila is a photographer and self-described 'unrelenting animal enthusiast' based in Philadelphia who specialises in capturing charming and expressive portraits of adorable cats.Andrew was deathly allergic to cats and dogs since birth until the age of 22, when...
Fine art photographer Vassilis Tangoulis captured the beauty of winter in a series of black and white photography entitled 'Snowscapes'.The Greece-based artist is mostly known for his monochrome long exposure landscape photography. He is open to both color and...
Brooklyn-based photographer and designer Anton Repponen has created a photography project entitled 'Misplaced', in which eleven New York City architectural monuments were digitally removed from their original locations and placed in desolate, natural landscapes.Famous landmarks like the MET, Chrysler...
German based graphic artist Matthias Jung creates incongruous images that are intended to challenge perceptions of space and architecture. The imaginative homes are put together from photo material that he collects and re-arranges in unexpected ways.
Canadian photographer David Burdeny captured this exceptional photo of a giant tabular iceberg, which together with its shadow appear to divide the view into four symmetric quadrants, each with a different color and texture.The photo, titled “Mercators Projection, Antarctica,...
Inspired by his surroundings, Bergen-based visual artist Andreas Lie, blends the beautiful scenery of Norwegian wilderness with photographs of animals to create stunning double exposure portraits.Many of his works are available as prints and other objects on Society6.All images ©...
Germany-based self-taught photographer, Matthias Haker is a multi-talented artist specialized in various topics of photography, including architectural and interior, landscapes and nature, as well as people, portraits, and wedding photography.In his series entitled "Impermanence", he captures the fascination of...
Artist Nikolai Tolstyh carves out in paper sleek animal silhouettes, then he photographs them superimposed on natural landscapes to mimic the actual color of animals.You can see more photos on Tolstyh’s Instagram.
Former NASA engineer-turned-artist Kim Keever creates abstract underwater art by pouring paint pigments into a 200-gallon tank and photographing the unpredictable reaction. The resulting compositions look like colorful explosions and tornadoes of paint.Keever explains: "Timing of the shots is...

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