Striking cityscapes and street scenes by Mado El Khouly, a talented self-taught photographer, and retoucher based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Mado focuses mainly on urban, street, and architecture photography. He shoots a lot of natural and urban landscapes. Khouly uses Sony a7R III camera. Continue reading »
Juller Many’s gallery is composed of urban scenes, captured from all over the world, and presents empty and disturbing landscapes. His cool-tones pictures create a silent and mysterious atmosphere. Continue reading »
“Deam maker”, this is what we can read on Tyler Gray’s website. This commercial director’s photographs take us away, indeed, into a silent and reflective landscape, lit by cars’ headlights and the glow of dawn. Continue reading »
Young entrepreneur and classically trained painter Dimitra Milan, is challenging traditional ideas of how artists reach and engage with collectors and audiences. How does an eighteen year old know anything about the art establishment and marketing art? Dimitra has been painting and selling original canvases for the past five years through the standard system of galleries and artist reps. “I am still in galleries and plan to continue working with a few fantastic gallery owners, but I am taking the initiative to market directly and take ownership of my brand.” She has a vision for a better way to get her art out to viewers and do it on her own terms, and without compromising her artistic vision. Continue reading »
This series of character posters reveal the colorful ensemble of the Star Wars spinoff that take on a more humorous vibe. The first poster that comes in a vibrant orange hue shows Alden Ehrenreich holding the signature blaster of Han Solo. Continue reading »
In the depths of the Great Depression, the United States government created the Resettlement Administration to help provide relief for drought-stricken and impoverished farmers. The RA was restructured and renamed the Farm Security Administration in 1937. Continue reading »
In 1981, Harf Zimmermann moved into a fifth-floor walkup apartment on Hufelandstrasse, a cobblestone street in East Berlin.
The neighborhood was an anomaly in the increasingly drab Soviet-administered city. Buildings boasted proud facades and balconies, linden trees lined the broad sidewalks, and an unusual number of privately-owned shops remained in business. Continue reading »
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Jamel Shabazz first took up photography at the age of 15, and went on to create a peerlessly vibrant record of the city in the 1980s.
Drawing inspiration from the works of socially concerned photographers such as Gordon Parks and Leonard Freed, Shabazz roamed the streets and subways of New York, making both candid and effortlessly posed images of the city’s diverse denizens, especially black and Hispanic communities. Continue reading »
The colors of fall foliage are often so vibrant that they’re the perfect palette for creating works of art. In Japan, many people are using the leaves for just this purpose. They gather the abundance of bold reds, yellows, and oranges, separate them by hue, and then arrange them into compositions that live among nature. Known as ochiba art or fallen leaf art, this trend reimagines the environment in a whimsical way. Although they’re visually delightful, the pieces’ existence is fleeting. As soon as the wind blows, an artist’s handiwork is gone with the breeze. Continue reading »
Okuda San Miguel (aka Okudart) has transformed a historic church in Llanera, Spain into a colorful haven for skateboarders. Created in collaboration with La Iglesia Skate park and Red Bull, the artist covered the interior sanctuary in vibrant colors and patterns that match the intensity of the sport. Continue reading »