A beautiful look at the Harlem of the 1970s, captured through the street photography of Jack Garofalo, a French photographer sent to New York for Paris Match Magazine, who spent six weeks walking the streets of the famous Harlem area.
If you’ve ever considered adopting a pet from a shelter, you know how hard it can be choose just one when there are so many animals deserving of your attention and love. That’s why these creative photobooth-style portraits of adoptable dogs at the Humane Society in Utah, taken by photographer Guinnevere Shuster, are such an ingenious idea. Read the rest of “Creative Photobooth-Style Portraits of adoptable Dogs at the Humane Society in Utah” »
Read the rest of “Creative Photobooth-Style Portraits of adoptable Dogs at the Humane Society in Utah” »
French clothing brand OLOW launch their new Spring/ Summer 2015 collection called “Feito em” aswell a documentary and it´s a sort of tribute to their Portuguese suppliers and manufacturers who have been there for them since the beginning. Read the rest of “OLOW Spring/Summer 2015 Collection and Documentary as Tribute to Portugal” »
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Artist Julien ‘Seth’ Malland aka Seth Globepainter has become known around the world for his vibrant murals of people, most frequently children, who appear to be sucked into colorful rainbow-like voids. Read the rest of “Murals of Children Staring into Colors by Seth Globepainter” »
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Wouldn’t it be nice to take time off to travel the US to make an art project? That’s what Brian Cattelle is currently doing as he travels from state-to-state looking for abandoned buildings to setup photo shoots. “BARE USA” is the name of his urbex photography venture that includes nude models posing in decayed places. Read the rest of “BARE USA: Photos of Nude Women in Abandoned Buildings Across America by Brian Cattelle” »
Read the rest of “BARE USA: Photos of Nude Women in Abandoned Buildings Across America by Brian Cattelle” »
Driven by the desire to make progressive fashion more palatable to the average consumer, Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen returns with a Spring/Summer 2015 collection that combines contemporary style, wearability and accessibility for the warmer season. Read the rest of “Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen 2015 Spring / Summer Collection” »
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Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra paints a 80 meters high wall in the city of Recife, Pernambuco – Brazil. Depicting the image of Luiz Gonzaga – singer musician, composer and a great icon of Brazilian culture – the artwork is one of the highest walls in the world. Read the rest of “New Mural by Eduardo Kobra in Recife, Brazil” »
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“Hyperjump” explores the idea, set by this paradoxical combination: the basketball court, representing the physicality, we have from the nature, together with the architecture of the classicism period, the symbol of the human rationality. Read the rest of “HYPERBALL Kinetic Light Sculpture – Synchronized Lights Play Ball on Russian Court” »
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“Smoke Posters” – Vibrant Portraits of Famous Personalities & Superheros Illustrated with ‘Smokey’ Lines
Romanian artist Octavian Mielu has created a wonderful poster series of famous people and superheroes that are strikingly vibrant. The posters feature different superheroes, like the Hulk, Spider-Man, Batman and Iron Man, rendered in smoke-like effects to create the outline of their silhouette. Octavian also uses iconic colors of these superheroes to represent them in his portraits. For instance, Superman is seen in blue and red outlines, and the Hulk in green and blue outlines.
BOOGIE NIGHTS… 1 Photographer. 5 Hotties. 10 Skates. In the Hollywood Hills on the hottest day of the year. Read the rest of ““Boogie Nights” by Photographer Gregorio Campos for Arsenic Magazine” »
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Our friend Fintan Magee is currently in New Zealand where he just finished working on this massive mural on the streets of Dunedin. Read the rest of “New Mural by Fintan Magee in Dunedin, New Zealand” »
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For several years now, Réhahn, a french photographer, traveled across Vietnam. Along the way, his adventures have led to important meetings, which have naturally become the main theme of his photographic projects. When a complicity has been established between the two of them, then and only then does he gets his camera out in order to capture the moment. Very often on his photos, smiles are shyly hidden by their hands. Réhahn calls them his “Hidden Smiles”. During his travels, he’s noticed that many people often have the habit of covering their mouths when facing the camera, he assumes that this is by modesty or politeness, a sort of mark of elegance.
The pairing of Instagram and the iPhone led to a lot more creativity than the average selfie. As a matter of fact, people all over the photo-sharing platform are using Instagram to find new ways to make sharing pictures fun again. Instagrammer François Dourlen is a perfect example. The France-based teacher uses Instagram in his spare time to upload awesome, creative images, bringing his favorite cartoon characters and pop culture icons to life. Keep in mind, Dourlen does all of this just using his iPhone and his imagination!
Commercial Swiss photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger started out the project by recreating Andreas Gursky’s famously lucrative landscape image, Rhein II. The pair painstakingly recreate each scene in miniature using paper, cotton balls, plastic — and plenty of their own spare time. Read the rest of “Most Famous Historical Photos recreated in Miniature Sets” »
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UK artist Maria A. Aristidou has created a collection of impressive paintings using coffee. Combining her love for art and coffee, she paints wonderful portraits of her favorite movie and pop culture characters, including R2D2 from Star Wars, Ariel from The Little Mermaid, and Super Mario.