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Posted by Elliott on Friday, May 20, 2011 · Choi Xooang has a amazing capability to pull you into his work. Mixing amazing technique and utter blunt shocking images Choi is climbing my list of favorite artists. Half of his outlandish pieces are not done just for shock value but to bring awareness to human right abuses in Korea.
A collaborative series with photographer Max Oppenheim and prosthetic artist Bill Turpin in tribute to Charles Burns for his comic ‘Black Hole’ . Within this series specific bespoke prosthetic’s were modeled and cast for each individual model. With careful consideration to wardrobe, lighting and style to ‘Black Hole’.
These dream-like installations are assembled, and then photographed by Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen. Just imagine being out for a walk in Norway’s countryside, turning a corner and discovering a magical forest of lamps, a tangle of chairs, or a river of books.
Fotografo di origini inglesi, Tim MacPherson ha iniziato la sua carriera nel campo dell’ editoria , dedicandosi in seguito al mondo della pubblicità . Oggi vanta un notevole curriculum e numerosi premi e riconoscimenti. Via: Creative photography . Autore: Mauro Caramella Pubblicato il: 15 marzo 2010 alle 09:00 Art Director con oltre 10 anni di esperienza nel campo dell'advertising, alla costante ricerca di nuove fonti di ispirazione.
Yesterday I came across a slightly mysterious website -- a collection of Polaroids, one per day, from March 31, 1979 through October 25, 1997.
Have we found strange, sparking aliens, beautiful creatures from another planet? Not quite. These stardust beings are actually the work of Elizaveta Porodina, a 23 year old fashion photographer based in Munich, Germany. Inspired by feelings of melancholy and nostalgia, Porodino's photos are a quasi-documentary style of photography about an alternate civilization that's trying to figure out a way to live in our strange, unfamiliar world.
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Have you ever wondered how movies shoot their underwater scenes? In one of the most elaborate sets in the world, British film production company Pinewood Studio captures breathtaking shots in a tank filled with 1.2 million liters (317,000 gallons) of water. The underwater stage, which opened in 2005, has been used for a huge number of TV commercials, music videos and films, including The Bourne Ultimatum, Atonement, Elizabeth and Casino Royale. ''It's exciting to show the story of the production through underwater pictures," said Phoebe Rudomino, a commercial diver and photographer who took all the shots. "It's interesting to take a wider shot and show what is going on behind the camera.
Sarah Yates Blog- Los Angeles, Southern California & Destination Wedding Photographer - Sarah Yates Photography Blog - girls lingerie?party!does a lingerie shopping party with your friends that involves bubbly, sweets and the fanciest most lovely lingerie in existence not sound like the most ridiculously fun thing ever?! well, i know from personal experience that it is. i photographed a staged one for RUE (pgs 220-241) in december and then last week i snuck out for an evening with my friend elizabeth for a night at kiki de montparnasse who was having an insane sale event (champagne and choc covered strawberried included) that was made even more fun with the GILT coupon i bought. we had the best time trying things on, ooohing and awing over the pretty and feeling ultra sexy and fancy free for a night! now i want to plan something just like this shoot for all my girls. and faire frou frou would be the place to do it! their lingerie is bananas gorgeous, the store owners are as sweet as macaroons and the whole store is styled so pretty you want to move in.
Varlose, Denmark-based freelance architectural and landscape photographer Kim Holtermand takes photos that make you appreciate life's still moments. There's an underlining moodiness to his work - you can almost feel the heavy fog surrounding the buildings or weaving through the trees. His attention to color, composition, lines and angles doesn't go unnoticed.
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