Art and creativity will always find a way. Be it through canvas, paper, clay, music notes, or even on social media. Independent French bookstore Librairie Mollat created an awesome photo series on their Instagram account, where they’re books match the customers or employees faces. And some of the pictures are incredibly good and realistic. Now I...
An awesome find today on Behance is from French photographer and digital artist Cal Redback. This series of photomanips of nature taking over people is just too much to handle. Check out his Flickr profile and website for more.
The Dark City project takes a slightly different approach to conceptual photography. Francesco Romoli is combining two series - "Possible Worlds" and "Reality show”- somewhat opposite to one another, using an analogue technique, using a Polaroid, and a digital
And this year too, the judges at the National Geographic Traveler magazine have had the very hard task of choosing the winners from the 18,000 entries received from all around the globe. Here are a few of the winning photographs of this year. You can check out
The works of French photographer Stéphane Anthonioz can tell anyone's story. The ghostly appearances of peoples silhouettes allows the viewers to identify themselves with the photograph, echoing past feelings and emotions, so personal and intimate, and yet so
Lukas Holas is Graphic Designer & Photographer based in Frydlant, Czech Republic. His series of animal portraits don’t need much introduction. The awesomeness of each shot just speaks for itself. Enjoy! Find more about Lukas on Behance.
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov, and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan have joined forces and created an astonishing artistic project called "Weird Project". The series consists in 15 portraits of models that have their faces painted with unique patterns, done in