German body-painting artist Jörg Düsterwald is a master of camouflage, taking nude female models and using body paint to conceal them in various environments. Continue reading »
According to Česlovas Česnakevičius: “My name is Česlovas Česnakevičius, I am an artist and a photographer based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Continue reading »
Invisible by Day is a set of photos shared by Mikko Lagerstedt, a photographer from Helsinki, Finland. The long exposure photos highlight the stars and the Milky Way and explains why our galaxy gets that name. As a fan of photography, especially with low light I love what Mikko has achieved with this series of photos. Continue reading »
Allie Cashel and Erica Lupinacci have started an impactful photo project that helps to give others a voice. As teens, both women were diagnosed with chronic illnesses that are, essentially, invisible. Cashel copes with chronic Lyme disease, while Lupinacci was diagnosed with Lupus during her senior year of high school. Both illnesses don’t show noticeable physical symptoms and are instead characterized by an internal struggle. “I have a few memories of being aware that Allie was sick,” Lupinacci told The Mighty. “She took a leave of absence from school for a while and we visited each other in the hospital a few times, but we never sat down and talked about what we were scared of or what was hard. And I think that’s pretty consistent of young people going through this.” Continue reading »
Mirrors clad the walls and rooftops of this woodland installation by architecture studio STMPJ, so that at first glance visitors might think its timber-lined windows and doorways are floating in midair. Continue reading »
Liu Bolin is a Chinese artist who has a rather unusual way of making his performance art… by painting himself to merge with his background. His nickname is “The Invisible Man” and the following photo’s show why. Playing “Hide and seek” with this man would be rather tricky.
Challenge yourself and your friends… Can you find him on all of these pictures? Continue reading »
Hieroglyphics is a system of writing that serves as a form of communication. They represent an imprint of the world as it was told in the past for the future to decipher and understand. These writings are a window into another world. Today, the touchscreen interface is our window into another world and the writings are smudged onto the screen instead of carved into stone. Its subtle, but if you strip away the hardware and software, what’s left is a finger painting that illustrates the story of how we communicate. Continue reading »
Chinese Liu Bolin stands hidden for a self-portrait at the Charging Bull in Lower Manhattan on June 23rd, 2011. Bolin is creating a series called “Hiding In The City” in which he camouflages himself against an urban background for a self-portrait. (Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal). Click to zoom.