Tag: conceptual

Apr 2, 2014

Ink Dropped into Water on a Black Background

Ink Dropped into Water on a Black Background

Alberto Seveso is an Italian artist specializing in illustration, graphic design and photography (featured previously here, here and here). Born in Milan, Seveso currently lives and works as a freelance artist in Bristol, UK. In an ongoing exploration of ink and water, Seveso combines high-speed photography with multiple colors of ink dropped into water.…

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Mar 28, 2014

Picture of the Day: Warhol Revisited

Picture of the Day: Warhol Revisited

WARHOL REVISITED Photograph by LINDSEY WOHLMAN Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Artist and photographer Lindsey Wohlman reimagines Andy Warhol’s famous Campbell’s Soup Cans in a Kickstarter funded project entitled, Warhol Soup Cans Naked & Unlabeled. The artist is half-way through the project as Warhol’s original piece featured 32 soup cans.…

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Mar 27, 2014

Picture of the Day: Long Exposure Keyboard Zoom

Picture of the Day: Long Exposure Keyboard Zoom

LONG EXPOSURE KEYBOARD ZOOM Photograph by LUKE STAFF Website | Flickr How cool is this! Photographer Luke Staff took a long exposure of his backlit keyboard while slowly zooming in and this was the result. Luke posted the image to reddit back in December of 2013. In the comments Luke explains how…

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Mar 18, 2014

Beautiful Close-Ups of Tiny Waves

Beautiful Close-Ups of Tiny Waves

In his ongoing AquaViva series, French photographer Pierre Carreau seeks to find the hidden beauty of waves. Using a high-speed camera, Carreau is able to capture frozen moments in time that reveal shapes and forms not visible to the naked eye (as they often occur in fractions of second). A subset of his AquaViva…

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Mar 12, 2014

When Words Fail Him, this Artist Expresses Himself through Surreal Self-Portraiture

When Words Fail Him, this Artist Expresses Himself through Surreal Self-Portraiture

At the age of 18, New York City native Ben Zank discovered a Pentax ME Super in his grandmother’s attic and he’s been photographing ever since. That was four years ago, and the artist’s work continues to blossom as he prepares for a solo exhibition entitled We Are Dust in Times Square on 27…

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Mar 5, 2014

Kumi Yamashita Unveils Latest Artwork Made from a Single, Unbroken Thread

Kumi Yamashita Unveils Latest Artwork Made from a Single, Unbroken Thread

Artwork by KUMI YAMASHITA Kumi Yamashita, whose mind-blowing artwork has been featured previously (here and here), just unveiled her latest artwork in her ongoing Constellation series. Posted earlier this afternoon to her official Facebook page, the new piece was privately commissioned. The Constellation body of work consists of three simple materials that,…

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Mar 4, 2014

10 Reasons Why ‘Dogs in Photo Booths’ is the Best Idea Ever

10 Reasons Why ‘Dogs in Photo Booths’ is the Best Idea Ever

Lynn Terry is a professional portrait photographer based out of St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to commercial projects and family portrait photography, Lynn has been working with animals for over a decade. Her favorite dogs are pit bulls, as Lynn tells the Huffington Post: “I have a personal affinity for the breed. They are…

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