Passion for fashion goes hand in hand with the love for food, or at least this is how award winning Italian photographer Fulvio Bonavia sees things. Know for his creative and unique imagery, Bonavia crafted a collection of jewelry, accessories, handbags, and shoes out of edible elements for his book A Matter of Taste.
Senka Mušić is a young graphic design and photography student at The Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photography has always been her passion, but she began a more professional approach 3 years ago, and even won the title of the best
A great flickr find this week is from German photographer Geraldine Lamanna, where she captures stunning dancing moves of dancers throwing chalk in the air. The series was inspired by Adele's video, "Rolling in the deep".
Diana Debord is a fine art photographer born in 1984. She is based in Novara, Italy where she resides with two female cats. She creates images that merge decadent romanticism with dreamlike atmospheres, drawing inspiration from dreams or nightmares, paintings and books.
With his new series entitled "More Than Human", London-based photographer and wildlife enthusiast, Tim Flach, gives a more human meaning to the word "wild". He captures the animals in a very unique way, giving them a very human like expression. Enjoy this
With more than 12,000 entries from 6,615 talented photographers in 152 countries around the world, the 24th annual photo contest of the National Geographic Traveler magazine has announced its winners. Serene landscapes, beautiful scenery, and instantaneous shots
October Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of recent works by eighteen MA Photography students from the Royal College of Art. This dynamic group exhibition, All I Want Is Out Of Here, will include film, photography and installation. The exhibition will take
Moscow based photographer Oleg Dou gives a more modern interpretation to the practice of child funeral portraits. His whimsical series "Cubs" gathers a collection of child portraits, where the subjects are presented with animal features, like antlers, ears, or fur.