Tag: conceptual

Dec 18, 2012

Indoor Clouds by Berndnaut Smilde

Indoor Clouds by Berndnaut Smilde

Berndnaut Smilde is a Dutch artist living and working in Amsterdam. Born in Groningen in 1978, Smilde received his BFA at Minverva Academy and his Masters in Fine Art from the Frank Mohr Institute. In his Nimbus clouds series, Smilde creates actual clouds, typically inside empty gallery spaces, and then photographs the results. The…

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Dec 17, 2012

Portraits of Unrelated Doppelgangers

Portraits of Unrelated Doppelgangers

I’m not a look-alike! is a project by Canadian photographer François Brunelle. His goal is to take 200 photographs of doppelgangers around the world (he’s half way there) with the hopes of turning the series into a book and international exhibit. Brunelle is fascinated by the resemblance between two unrelated people. On his site,…

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Dec 9, 2012

10 Portraits of Our Inner Child

10 Portraits of Our Inner Child

Recently featured on Behance, L’Enfant Extérieur is a project by Cristian Girotto with photography by Quentin Curtat that attempts to portray our inner child. As per the project’s description: Without bothering Jung and its “Puer aeternus” or Pascoli with its “Little Boy”, we can certainly agree that, somewhere inside each of us, there’s a…

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Dec 7, 2012

Four Iconic Photos Turned Into ‘Selfies’

Four Iconic Photos Turned Into ‘Selfies’

If you’re a part of any major social network you’ve undoubtedly come across a selfie; an arm’s length self-portrait that has become ubiquitous in the smart phone era (much like its predecessor, the mirror shot self-portrait). In a recent print campaign for South-African based newspaper, Cape Times, advertising agency Lowe Cape Town imagined what…

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Dec 5, 2012

Painted Skies Using Time-lapse Photographs

Painted Skies Using Time-lapse Photographs

Fellow Canadian Matt Molloy is a photographer and musician who has recently seen his series entitled ‘Photo Stacks‘ spread like wildfire online. In the ongoing 51-picture series, Molloy merges approximately 500 time-lapse photos (although it can range from 100-2000), stacking them using the ‘lighten’ blending mode in Photoshop. With his camera pointed upwards, the…

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Dec 5, 2012

Portraits of Musicians Right After a Show

Portraits of Musicians Right After a Show

Since 2005, photographer Matthias Willi and journalist Olivier Joliat managed to inspire about 100 bands to take part in their project. Their efforts have culminated in the publication of their book entitled, The Moment After the Show. Next to the photos, the artists get their say while the authors also describe how they managed…

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Nov 27, 2012

Exploring the World through Google Street View

Exploring the World through Google Street View

Aaron Hobson is photographer and Google Street View explorer. Born in Rochester, NY and now living in a remote town in the Adirondack mountains, Hobson is part of a new breed of contemporary artists finding places of interest and glimpses of human life through the lens of Google Street View. In his own words:…

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