If I could travel back in time, I sure as heaven would snap cell phone pics of the famous people I’d walk into, which in Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi‘s latest series, more or less, is exactely what happens. Floria imagined what the world would be like if a time traveler could venture into the past and capture some ..read more..
The Vertical Woods series by Jakob Wagner depicts a hazy magical forest at its finest. From Herdecke, Germany Jacob successfully completed his three-year apprenticeship as a photographer in the summer of 2008. He has since been living in Dusseldorf, where he has mainly been working as a freelance photographer, image editor and photo assistant. Showing ..read more..
From The Lenz media shows us that there are more cool things to do with waterfalls than trying to go down them in a barrel. Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard of the San Francisco-based multi-media team dropped a variety of high-powered Cyalume glow sticks into various waterfalls in Northern California and proceeded to take long exposure shots ..read more..
The world’s hottest fashion photographer duo, Inez and Vinoodh, had their beautiful 3400 Sqft Lower East Side Loft featured in Architectural Digest. As far as houses go, this apartment is definitely one of my very favorites. It’s an artful, light-filled NYC loft designed with the help of Simrel Achenbach of the Brooklyn design-build firm Descience Laboratories. Also, it’s ..read more..
How awesome is it that these days we can go out, take a few pictures and upload them strait onto Instagram or Pinterest? However, when your smartphone or camera runs out of battery after all that calling/texting, you will have no option but to wishfully hope to find a place where you can charge your ..read more..
These beautiful kaleidoscopic images have been created by photo-illustrator Matt Walford. The images are digitally manipulated landscapes that are intended to transcend the beauty of nature from a Pantheistic viewpoint. Most of Matt’s work speaks about his interest in surrealism, nature and conceptualism deriving from his old editorial and commercial work as a photographer in London. “In all of ..read more..
Life Magazine certainly knows how to bring us the better goods with yet another breathtakingly beautiful series called ‘Love letter to New York’. For ‘Love letter to New York’ Life Magazine collected their best New York City photography that had been taken between 1940 and 1972. This collection delivers beautiful black and white images of ..read more..
If you ever feel cramped living where you live, chances are, after seeing these homes in Hong Kong, you may feel a bit better about your situation… The human rights group Society for Community Organization (SoCO) in Hong Kong recently released this series of claustrophobic photographs that show the cramped living conditions of residents by ..read more..