Children’s Eyes On Earth International Youth Photography Contest is a competition destined for the little photographers all around the world. Children send their works to participate in the photography contest which is held annually. The contest’s mission is to raise awareness of the problems that our planet is facing. The winners are awarded with valuable...
Samiyah Khan, a.k.a S. Khan Photography is a a 17 year old young photographer based in Canada who is inspired by dreams, fairy tales and the beauty of this world. Her uncanny photographs have are filled with secret meanings and symbols, seeking an emotional
Sonya Kanelstrand is a Norwegian photographer whose art goes beyond what meets the eye, uncovering the inner beauty of the landscape, a realm of surreal bursting with creativity, where our mind and soul are free. She draws inspiration from the nature, with all its
Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught French photographer who started photography in 2008. Her works are very subtle, undefined, almost invisible, like a magical world that only Julie can reveal for us. With slight modifications of light and color, her photographs
Delicate, yet so remarkably strong. This is how Italian photographer Valentina sees these beautiful flowers. Her series of macro-photography brings out the complexity of a simple flower, evoking its natural curves and bold colors in contrast with a pure black background.
In his series Millefiori, Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner creates these spectacular shapes by mixing ferrofluid with watercolor and putting them into a magnetic field. The magnetic field puts the iron particles into motion, and black channels are formed,
Eleonora Gadducci is an Italian young photographer, living and working in Pisa. She draws inspiration in literature, music and nature, while her works have a eerie, magical feel, creating a surreal dimension parallel to daily life.
Composition of mammals is a series of posters created by Japanese illustrator Wataru Yoshida as a mock-up exhibition for the National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo which studies the anatomy of mammals with displays of taxidermy and skulls. The posters were