When commercial photographer James Quantz Jr. was asked by his rep to come up a series of images using an Airstream trailer, she probably didn’t expect that he’d create something like this! See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Photographer Lori Nix has created a fascinating series that explores what life would look like after an apocalypse. Read more at My Modern Metropolis.
Pierre Beteille is an art director who sees his self-portraits as a way to creatively express himself, a way to make the ideas in his head come to life. See more photos and read an interview with Beteille at My Modern Metropolis.
Lucky for us, Seoul, South Korea-born artist Stella Im Hultberg serendipitously fell into the art world. See her beautiful paintings and read an interview with Stella over at My Modern Metropolis.
A dead tree, a lone rock, a crumbling chimney where a house once stood. Photographer Joni Sternbach captures the beauty in the dying and the decrepit in her haunting series Abandoned. See more and read an interview with Sternbach at My Modern Metropolis.
Street artist Michael Aaron Williams purposely puts up his homeless street people in places where others will find them. He doesn’t glue them up, rather, he simply tapes them to the walls so that anyone who passes by might want to stop, take them off the wall, and bring them home. See more and read an interview with the artist at My Modern Metropolis.
If you’re a professional looking to find fulfillment outside of the daily grind, you now have a whole host of websites to help you develop your creative side. These sites will not only inspire you with their visually intoxicating imagery, they’ll often provide real-world tips on how you can actually execute on ideas. See all ten at My Life Scoop.
In this surreal-like series titled Dream Sequence, Germany-based photographer Madame Peripetie takes us on a wild ride. Set against a dark background, these pale white skinned models are adorned with blooming flowers and draped in crazy costumes. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
There’s no doubt in my mind that Andrew Zuckerman is one of the most talented portrait photographers of our time. In his book Creature, Zuckerman captures animals against stark white backgrounds with such startling clarity that you can’t help but be in awe of his work. See more at My Modern Metropolis.