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.
California-based photographer Tim Tadder created this amazing series of portraits called "las muertas" as a tribute to Dia De Los Muertos, a Mexican holiday that honors the dead with festivals and lively celebrations.
Cité Radieuse Location: Marseille, France Architect: Le Corbusier Hamburg-based photographer Sebastian Weiss is particularly fascinated by the aesthetics of constructions and the beautiful details found in their shapes.In his photographs, Weiss documents architectural structures and captures fine details of buildings he finds...
Dennis Ramos is a fine art photographer born in Manila Philippines. After completing a degree in medical science, he migrated to the United States where he began his career as a photographer.Dennis started exploring his fascination with light through...
Charlie Davoli is a talented 39 years old digital artist born in Singapore and based in a small town on the Italian peninsula of Salento.After taking lots of photographs with his iPhone, Davoli uses ordinary apps such as Superimpose,...
Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve created a series called 'Greetings from Mars', a project about space exploration and discovery, but also about how humans behave in front of new and unknown landscapes."It's interesting to observe the way we act in front...
Roberto Kusterle is an Italian photographer who creates gorgeous black and white images that explore the relationship between man and nature, reality and dreams. Roberto Kusterle was born in Gorizia in 1948, where he still lives and works. He...
French photographer Sacha Goldberger has created the Super Flemish, an amazing photo series of the most famous superheroes and villains, re-imagining them as 16th-century Flemish paintings.The astounding Super Flemish collection is, according to Mr Goldberger, "the conclusion of 5...
British-born, New York-based designer and art director Craig Ward has created the “Subvisual Subway” project, a series of portraits depicting  New York City's microscopic residents.To create his unconventional series, in the summer of 2015, Craig rode the trains of...

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