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...
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Strasbourg-based graphic designer Julien Douvier creates wonderful animated photography also known as cinemagraphs of street scenes, nature, and other everyday sights.Douvier utilizes a variety of techniques to create mesmerizing gifs, bringing still images to life. He edits every image...
Jars are beautiful. We all recycle them by keeping or collecting in them various objects. But Christoffer Relander, a Finnish fine art photographer, collects in jars beautiful and nostalgic childhood memories and landscapes in an ongoing series of analog...
Photographer Valerio Vincenzo has been working since 2007 on his award-winning project entitled 'Borderline, the Frontiers of Peace' in which he explored dozens of peaceful and open European borders amongst 26 countries that share over 16,500 km of free...
Brooklyn-based photographer, Joey L. manages to capture the darkness and the customs of the Halloween holiday by a series of black and white photography called 'Halloween in Brooklyn'.“My goal for Halloween in Brooklyn is to view this local annual...
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.
Inspired by the classic horror literature of H.P. Lovecraft, Algernon Blackwood and similar authors, Portland-based CGI artist Jim Kazanjian creates surreal images that depict unnatural buildings and landscapes.To create his fantastical worlds, Kazanjian doesn't use a camera at any stage...

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