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Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner created gorgeous splashes of color frozen in time by pricking paint-covered balloons and using high-speed photography to capture the moment the balloons burst.
St. Petersburg-based photographer Eduard Gordeev has captured a series of artistic photographs of rainy cityscapes that give the feeling of some impressionist oil paintings. The collection mostly features Russia’s St. Petersburg recognized sceneries but some charming shots from Lisbon can...
Metamorphoses is a collaborative project between two photographers (Laila Pregizer and Uwe Schmida) and two highly skilled body painters (Jörg Düsterwald and Léonie Gené) which explore the integration of human beings in natural scenery. Their project consists of taking photographs...
French artist Noémie Goudal has created a series of black and white photographs depicting imagined buildings in barren landscapes, entitled "Observatories". Noémie's geometrical structures look like realistic architectural formations but they don't really exist. Actually, her monolithic structures were inspired...
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 ©...
Italian architect and photographer Laurent Rosset uses his imagination to create beautiful dreamlike compositions in which landscapes seem to fold onto themselves. Laurent's surreal scenes also depict floating mountains, impossible skyscrapers, and images of human figures blended with the...
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.
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.
Washington DC-based photographer Stephen Voss has captured the beauty and diversity of bonsai trees from around the world in a series of photographs gathered in an art photography book entitled 'In Training'. 'I wanted to make this book because I...

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