Scottish Photographer Alan McFadyen Digs Pool In Forest For ‘Mirrored’ Wildlife Photos

Scottish Photographer Alan McFadyen Digs Pool In Forest For ‘Mirrored’ Wildlife Photos

Scottish photographer Alan McFadyen recently spent a great deal of effort digging a pool in a forest. He then used the water’s surface to capture perfectly symmetrical reflection photos of wildlife. Continue reading »

Into The Mirror: A Series Of Images By Luca Meneghel That Intersect Reality And Artistry Through The Fusion Of Lens Captures And Hand Drawing

Into The Mirror: A Series Of Images By Luca Meneghel That Intersect Reality And Artistry Through The Fusion Of Lens Captures And Hand Drawing

Luca Meneghel is a fashion photographer born in Belluno, Italy. His unique view is the result of a background in design combined with a deep fascination with the way people and space relate to each other. He lists among his publications Vogue Portugal, Numéro France, Elle Portugal, Monocle… Continue reading »

Australian Photographer Put A Giant Mirror In A Salt Flat

Australian Photographer Put A Giant Mirror In A Salt Flat

Since 2003, Australian photographer Murray Fredericks has made at least twenty journeys to the center of Lake Eyre, a desert lake with an extremely high concentration of salt. Fredericks drags all of his equipment out into the barren landscape, capturing the dramatic sky reflected in both the inch-deep water and his rectangular mirror. The images are breathtaking color-based works, my favorites featuring a double horizon locked within the mirror and the water below. Continue reading »

Truthful Mirror Reflections With Hidden Messages

Truthful Mirror Reflections With Hidden Messages

Celebrated, award-winning Colombian director and artist, Camilo Matiz, unveils his series, “Here Not There,” a study of reflection. This series of light sculptures confront the viewer with the duality of who they are and how they perceive themselves. The same object displays differently in the mirror’s reflection, as life reflects unrealized desires of the heart, mind and soul. Continue reading »

A Fascinating Photo Project About The Reflection We Want To See In The Mirror

It’s human nature to desire and, at the same time, be afraid of change. But as technology becomes more advanced, we now have a great opportunity to contemplate changes in our appearance without worrying that the consequences will be permanent. With the help of a retouch artist’s capable hands, you can experiment with your appearance: create an incredible hairstyle or even change your skin tone. Sometimes, this impartial perspective can help you understand that when one of your personal traits disappears, you can lose your individuality. Maybe you’ll even become a different person.

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Polly: ‘I’ve always wanted to have narrower cheekbones, full lips, and a darker skin tone. And thick hair. I think I would be a real beauty!’

Bright Side offered a group of brave people the chance to take part in a photo project that highlights these issues. They explained their ideas for their ideal appearance to a retouch artist and asked them to make them happen. We suggest you take a look at the result and try to find ten differences. Continue reading »

A Man Created A Bathroom Mirror That Looks Like The Future

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The ‘Internet of Things’ is a phrase people keep bringing up that references the real life trend toward a world where all your things have become working props in a science fiction movie. Continue reading »

Beautiful Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural Origins

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Artist Alison Moritsugu captures the essence of Mother Nature in her log paintings. These environmental pieces utilize trees as both the subject and the canvas. The fragmented nature of the trees allow the designer to paint directly onto the rustic wood. Continue reading »

Invisible Barn Is A Mirror-Clad Folly Camouflaged Among The Trees Of A California Forest

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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 »

Design Agency Made Giant Mirror Letters In San Francisco To Show That Design Is All Around Us

Character is a San Francisco-based branding and design agency with a passion for launching, rejuvenating and propelling brands. Our goal is to create lasting and meaningful relationships between our client’s brand and their audience through smart thinking and thoughtful design. We aim to do this by crafting stories that touch people on a personal level, sparking a change in their everyday behavior.

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We at Character developed “Look Closer”, the campaign for the 2015 edition of San Francisco Design Week. Continue reading »

This Woman’s Mirror Art Makes For The Most Creative Selfies We’ve Ever Seen

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Anyone can take a mirror selfie, but Helene Meldahl takes things to the next level. The 26-year-old has been inserting herself into some fantastic mirror artwork for about a year and posting the results to her Instagram account, Mirrorsme.
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“Into The Mirror” By Luca Meneghel

"Into The Mirror" By Luca Meneghel
Luca Meneghel is an italian photographer specialized in fashion and food photography with a background in design. He was born in Belluno the 19th. february 1989 and now he’s based in Bolzano. “Into the Mirro”r is a series of images that intersect reality and artistry through the fusion of lens captures and hand drawing. Continue reading »

Orion_Mirror

Orion_Mirror

Swiss studio Sofia Designers combined two daily used objects into a simple design duo – a round mirror and a hanger – and named it the Orion_Mirror. Continue reading »

The Mysterious “Mirror Man” in L. A.

The Mysterious “Mirror Man” in L. A.

“The ‘mirror man’ aka ‘The Collector‘ is by the artist Gustav Troger of San Francisco & Vienna. He is in North America now on another ‘The Collector’ tour.” Continue reading »

Mirror

Mirror

The art installation “Mirror” by Karleen Groupierre, Adrien Mazaud and Sophie Daste at the Siggraph Asia conference and exhibition in Hong Kong transforms the face of a person into an animal’s face as they look at it. The Siggraph Asia conference and exhibition brings together over 7,000 artists, designers and trade visitors from close to 50 countries. (Tyrone Siu/Reuters)