Day and night in one shot

April 25, 2012 § Leave a comment

An image of a metropolis where the sun meets the colors of the night. Day and night together in just one image.

Photographer Stephen Wilkes in his series called Day to Night captures views of New York City , where day and night are so beautifully united together.

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The spirit of a city

January 30, 2012 § 1 Comment

To ‘highlight’ human existence and to show the spirit of a wounded city. That was the concept behind Wittner Fabrice‘s Enlightened Souls, a lightpainting project, which begun in May 2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand as an artistic and morale contribution to the 6.3 quake’s aftermath. Now in Hanoi, Vietnam, Wittner Fabrice creates his unique long-exposure photos with lights shone through large cut stencils.

“An interesting way to share ideas and feelings about society and life. After all, this is what street art is made for”, says Fabrice. See more light stencils after the jump. « Read the rest of this entry »

The new frame

December 21, 2011 § 1 Comment

Sleeveface: the new trend. A new form of art created by extending the art cover of a vinyl record outside of its confined frame in order to create a new frame. The best examples of 2001 have been compiled in Sleeveface website. Here is our pick:

Photo credit: Birgit Veigel, Johannes Veigel, ThomasVeigel

Photo credit: Nicolas Lincy

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The man and the moon

December 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

This is the story of a man who found the Moon and decided to spend his life with his new friend. In other words this is a visual poem entitled Private Moon, designed by Leonid Tishkov and photographed by Boris Bendikov.

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Connecting the light

November 16, 2011 § Leave a comment

It’s like connecting the dots to create figures of animals, people, geometrical schemes. That what Cassandra C. Jones does in her very impressive images of lighting ripping and branching through the skies.

She uses all sort of pictures, available to the public, and arranges them atop each other or side by side, allowing the lightning in one photo to connect with the light in another. These collages reveal concrete figures outlined of squirrels. rabbits in motion, perfect circles, “portraying an urban animal jumping through time, space and different rural, suburban and municipal locals”.

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Behind closed windows

October 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

Every building has a life of its own and every tenant a story to narrate either if s/he is located in a 22-story block in Brazil or in a minimalist design hotel in another corner of the world.

Photographer Kim In Sook (born in Osaka, currently based in South Korea), in her photographic series Saturday Night, reveals the hidden lives of hotel occupants, satisying in a strange way our scopophilic insticts just by watching the objectified other.

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The windmills of our city

October 11, 2011 § 1 Comment

Round,
Like a circle in a spiral
Like a wheel within a wheel
Never ending or beginning
On an ever-spinning reel

Just twisted. In Nicholas Kennedy Sitton’s photographs, the buildings of a city have been twisted, making the scene appear like a spiral and creating, thus, a hypnotic feeling, making you feel a bit nauseous. Don’ t you think?

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