French photographer and graphic artist Romain Jacquet-Lagreze created the “Vertical Horizon of Hong Kong” collection as a visual exploration of Hong Kong and it’s rapid growth towards the sky. Using a unique perspective, Jacquet-Lagreze presents the ever-growing city in a repetitively graphic expression of its architecture. By eliminating people from his images, Jacquet-Lagreze has taken away the human qualities that normally ..read more..
For the february/march issue of BUST magazine, Los Angeles-based photographer Amanda Marsalis shot funny actor Jason Schwarzman in a wide variety of hilarious scenes. Via.
Stockholm, Sweden has an amazing underground world with an incredible amount of interesting and unexpected art. So much so, that in fact it’s been called the world’s longest art exhibition. Several hundred unique works are currently on display with 90 out of the 100 stations featuring art. One of the most interesting designs is the ..read more..
For his project ‘Journées du Patrimoine, Domaine de Saint-Cloud,’ French artist Clément Briend has modified Canon projectors to create these ghostly looking images amongst trees in Paris. Through this project, Clément hopes to awaken the “spiritual nature” of people living in urban landscapes. He wants to stimulate visual imagination for the divine figures that inhabit the world, seen through an ..read more..
Vancouver-based photographer Hayden Wood has found a new look for the iconic doll in his fashion photo series known as Living Dolls. It may not be the real Barbie, as manufactured by Mattel, but it certainly is inspired by the blonde toy figure, who is accompanied by her fictional male counterpart, Ken. Barbie has undergone several ..read more..
French art director Alexis Persani along with French photographer Léo Caillard have brought a little modern flair to some perfectly sculpted, centuries-old masterpieces. To create this project called Street Stone, Caillard photographed the statues first, and then he photographed his friends in similar poses, wearing selected trendy outfits. Using digital manipulation, Persani then created the ..read more..
French minimalist artist Daniel Buren’s ‘Excentrique(s)’ has taken over the sprawling nave of the Grand Palais in Paris for the fifth annual Monumenta art project. Excentrique(s) is made of hundreds of colored circles in red, blue, green and yellow which are mounted on stalks which huddle through the central space of the Grand Palais. Buren’s ..read more..