Tag: conceptual

Mar 1, 2012

This is What Happens When You Photoshop Celebrities Into Your Holiday Party

This is What Happens When You Photoshop Celebrities Into Your Holiday Party

Emma Watson – Photoshopping by Everett Hiller Graphic designer Everett Hiller and his wife host an annual Holiday party for their friends. Afterwards, Hiller sends out a photo album with famous celebrities photoshopped in for fun. While some may look a little fishy, others are near-flawless, as Hiller’s skills with lighting, white balance…

Read More »

Feb 15, 2012

Porcelain Metamorphosis by Martin Klimas

Porcelain Metamorphosis by Martin Klimas

Photograph by MARTIN KLIMAS When cheap, cut-rate porcelain figurines hit the ground they shatter. Photographer Martin Klimas captures this transformative and fleeting moment right before their demise. The juxtaposition of the figurine’s imminent destruction and their stoic face makes for a very striking capture. Martin calls these ‘temporary sculptures’. It takes countless attempts…

Read More »

Jan 29, 2012

Interactive Art Installation Turns People into Daredevils

Interactive Art Installation Turns People into Daredevils

Art Installation by LEANDRO ERLICH Currently on display at Le 104 in Paris, artist Leandro Erlich’s ‘Bâtiment’ (building) is an incredible an highly interactive art installation that is part of the In_Perceptions exhibition that is open until March 4, 2012. The illusion is achieved by recreating an entire building facade on the ground…

Read More »

Jan 23, 2012

Incredible 3D Sculptural Art Painted Layer by Layer

Incredible 3D Sculptural Art Painted Layer by Layer

Artwork by RIUSUKE FUKAHORI | Photograph by DOMINIC ALVES Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori creates incredible three-dimensional artwork by applying acrylic paint on multiple layers of transparent liquid resin. The resin is mixed with a hardener or catalyst, allowing Riusuke to paint each successive layer (similar to a 3D printer), eventually creating a ‘sculptural painting’…

Read More »

Oct 20, 2011

Photos Made to Look Like Traditional Chinese Paintings

Photos Made to Look Like Traditional Chinese Paintings

Artwork and Photography by DON HONG-OAI Born in Canton in 1929, Chinese artist Dong Hong-Oai passed away in 2004 at the age of 75. He left behind an incredible volume of work, using a style known as pictorialism to create incredible photographs that look like traditional Chinese paintings. Below you will find a…

Read More »

Oct 3, 2011

Your House Is Burning. What Do You Take?

Your House Is Burning. What Do You Take?

Photograph by BRETT ROGOWSKI The Burning House is a brilliant project that seeks to answer a simple question: If your house was burning, what would you take with you? It’s a conflict between what’s practical, valuable and sentimental. What you would take reflects your interests, background and priorities. Think of it as an interview…

Read More »

Jul 7, 2011

Picture of the Day: The Craziest Illusion in Paris

Picture of the Day: The Craziest Illusion in Paris

THE CRAZIEST ILLUSION IN PARIS Artwork by FRANCOIS ABELANET | Photograph by Eric Tenin An anamorphosis is a distorted picture that finds its original aspect ratio and makes sense when viewed from one angle. The artist François Abelanet has mastered this modern variation of trompe l’oeil, which he shows through a…

Read More »