Originally from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Carlos Nunez is an LA-based photographer whose gorgeous shots can easily range from sweet and demure to downright sexy. See his updated work and read an interview with Nunez at My Modern Metropolis.
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While cemeteries are often only visited after a loved one has passed, they also serve as important places to mourn. One very famous cemetery that is frequently visited for artistic reasons is the Staglieno in Genoa, Italy. Read more at My Modern Metropolis.
With Halloween right around the corner, what better way to get into the spooky spirit than by checking out some creative photography? See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Andrew Hosner, the co-owner and curator of Thinkspace gallery, has given us a sneak peek into their epic 5 Year Anniversary show. See them at My Modern Metropolis.
Just what can we do to enhance our offline experiences? Check out 10 great apps that were built to help us out. Smartphone owners, this list was made for you. Check it out at My Life Scoop.
Born in Afghanistan, Azim Haidaryan has an envious job – he gets to travel the world as a fashion photographer. His gorgeous photos have graced the pages of Italian and Chinese Vogue as well as Vanity Fair and GQ magazine. Take a look at his work and you’ll see why he’s a cut above the rest. Though each of these photos belong to a series, alone, they each tell an intriguing story. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
My Modern Met was able to catch up with the brilliant minds of Yum Yum to ask them a few questions about their hilarious vinyl toys. Read an exclusive interview with Beth Algieri, the Director of Design and Animation at Yum Yum as she talks about their soon-to-be-released toys and how social media has helped them build a growing and passionate community.
Based on the idea of lines, Seb Preschoux has created this incredible string art. What began as paintings and then drawings soon turned into amazing art installations. Preschoux wanted to make something in a natural environment so he chose forests in Paris as his setting. Easy to reach and a perfect place with lots of space, Preschoux liked “the contrast between the nature and the geometrical shapes produced by the installations and their light and colors.” See more at My Modern Metropolis.
If you don’t believe in happy accidents, you haven’t met Stephen Morris. Armed with his camera and his cute dog Button, Stephen headed out to his garden to take a personal portrait of him and his pooch. He turned his self timer on and stood in frame next to his dog but when he looked at the finished shot it was so boring that he decided he had to try it again…but this time, upside down. ‘The Master and Her Dog’ was the first shot and from it came a whole series. See more at My Modern Metropolis.