Aerial photography is usually not the most accessible type of photography for most people, as it requires that you get higher than most surrounding objects so that you can look down at them. Often, this requires having building that is significantly taller than the others, or it requires taking the photograph from a plane or helicopter. However, when aerial photography is possible, the results are breathtaking.
In this post, we’ll look at some awe-inspiring aerial photographs of cities around the globe, from the USA to South Africa, Asia, Europe and South America, Australia and more.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Manu Pombrol is a 35-year-old artist and photographer whose self-portraits are nothing short of extraordinary. See his amazing work and read an interview with him at My Modern Metropolis.
When you first glance at Jonathan Bartlett’s illustrations, they’ll probably remind you of Norman Rockwell’s classic paintings. But look a little closer and you’ll notice a darker theme running throughout. See more of Bartlett’s work and read an interview with him over at My Modern Metropolis.
A true artist and just a creative person with developed imagination can find inspiration in many things around: from a rain drop, reflecting the sky, to a beautiful woman and some conceptual architecture design. As usually, Cruzine offers its own vision and understanding of inspirational sources, displaying below 33 works from the multiple design fields: photography, illustration, digital art, architecture, advertising, and more. Today, we would like to get you familiar with the conceptual photography by Christophe Gilbert and naturally beautiful seduction photography by a young Russian artist Maya Tetter. Besides, we’ll show you some amazing digital painting illustrations, new 3D animation characters, and some truly unexpected designs with typography involved. Those, who like futurism and crescendo luxury in vehicle designs and architecture, are also welcome to view the post below; we bet you won’t be disappointed with our Tuesday collection of inspiration sources.
Uncovered beauty of the female body and true emotions in the eyes of every model, conceptual yet strongly meaningful visual associations, balancing between provocative nature of the nude photography and deep understanding of true art aesthetics – this is how the art photographs by Carsten Witte appear before the eyes of the audience. Being a well-established fashion photographer, Carsten has elevated nude photography to the levels, where it is no longer about simple exposing of the naked female bodies; instead, it is about exposing the entire microcosm of each model with her deep personal emotions and feelings. The photographer reveals this mysterious universe, where physical body is only a part of it, with the help of highly skillful play with light and shadows, color and contrast manipulations. Combining female bodies with live nature objects, such as plants in his “Gold” series, or butterflies in “Psyche” line of art photos, Carsten Witte gives hints to better understand his works, leaving though the final verdict up to a viewer and his personal perception of the particular art piece.