Monthly Archives: August 2012
Usually photos of fireworks all pretty much look the same, but David Johnson’s work is a pleasant exception! By manipulating the long exposure, starting out of focus and then refocusing very quickly as he was shooting, Johnson creates beautiful images … Continue reading
I have previously posted on the incredibly stunning work by underwater photographer Alexander Semenov. Check out some of his new jellyfish shots; they are just amazing!Enjoy! 🙂
I’ve only now come across the work of Samuel Silva, who creates incredibly realistic paintings based of photographs. The Portugal-based attorney uses standard ballpoint pens for many of his drawings, sometimes working on a piece for over 45 hours. The … Continue reading
As some of you might have noticed, I am a huge fan of ‘book art’! 😉 So whenever I find a new example of the wonderful things you can do with books (apart from reading them 🙂 ) I just … Continue reading
Tim Tadder’s photo series ‘Water Wigs’ might be one of the funniest things I have seen in quite a while! 🙂 I have previously posted on Tadder’s work, but his current series is definitely my favourite. In it Tadder captures the ‘magical … Continue reading
I have previously shared some photos of what’s going on behind the scenes of some famous movies, and now here are some more brilliant examples, featuring such classics as ‘The Birds’ or ‘A Clockwork Orange’ (above)! Enjoy! 🙂
Photographer Lee Materazzi creates rather unusual self-portraits by putting herself in some very quirky and hilarious positions! None of her images are digitally manipulated, which makes them even cooler! 😉 Enjoy!