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Creative Dad Photoshops His Baby Daughter Into Crazy Situations

Creative Dad Photoshops His Baby Daughter Into Crazy Situations

Emil Nystrom is a sweden-based photographer. Featuring his own daughter, Signhild, as the main subject, Nystrom has developed a series of innovative concepts that will certainly bring a smile to your face. In the photoshopped compositions, the little one is doing all sorts of bizarre things like fixing a car, performing cannonballs in the bathtub,...
Zoey and Jasper - Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper – Grace Chon

Grace Chonan is a LA-based lifestyle photographer who loved the animals. This stands at the base of her cutest project: absolutely adorable photos of her 10-month-old son Jasper and their dog, Zoey, wearing the same accessories. Grace Chonan explains how she came to this idea: “I’ve always dressed up my dogs in silly costumes, so...
Joe Capra - RIO (A beautiful time-lapse video)

Joe Capra – RIO (A beautiful time-lapse video)

“RIO” is a compilation of beautiful high definition time-lapses video of Rio de Janeiro by photographer Joe Capra who wonderfully captures the color, energy and immensity of Brazil’s second-largest city. Using three small digital cameras, Capra filmed the former Brazilian capital over the course of a week while on a business trip last summer. The...
Jon Smith - High Speed Photography

Jon Smith – High Speed Photography

Chemist and photographer Jonathan Smith is known especially for his amazing project “High Speed Photography”.  He fills light bulbs with unusual objects, shoot them with a pellet gun and capture the beautiful effects using high-speed photography. Using items and substances like chalk dust, sprinkles, candies, ball bearings, beer caps and even flowers, Smith creates beautiful...
Tim Tadder - Water Wigs

Tim Tadder – Water Wigs

Tim was born in Baltimore, schooled in Virginia (BS Mathematics, he’s a geek) and Ohio (MA in Visual Communications, also an artist). Tim worked for newspapers in Baltimore, Colorado, and San Diego as a photojournalist, before turning his sights on commercial and editorial photography in 2005. Since then he has been commissioned to make heroic...
Flóra Borsi - Real Life Models

Flóra Borsi – Real Life Models

Flóra Borsi is an 19 years old artist who live in Hungary and she is interested in photo-manipulating since 2004.  Flóra Borsi’s been taking photos since 2007. She won a half-professional camera on a photo contest in 2008 and she’s been working with that since then. Flóra Borsi usually do (self) portraits, concept arts, photo-manipulations,...
Daniella Zalcman - New York + London

Daniella Zalcman – New York + London

Daniella Zalcman is based in NYC where she works as a freelance photographer for the Wall Street Journal. Born in Washington, DC, she graduated from Columbia with a degree in architecture in 2009. Other clients include The New York Times, the New York Daily News, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Sports Illustrated, Saatchi & Saatchi, National Geographic,...
Atelier Food - PJADAD

Atelier Food – PJADAD

Petter Johansson Art Direction And Design (PJADAD) is a small experimental studio working in the fields of communication, strategy and design. PJADAD’s main focus is innovation, ideas and conceptual thinking with content as a solid base. Their studio develops platforms, processes and strategy and design identities, products and exhibitions. The Atelier Food project it is...
Sara K Byrne - Double Exposure Portraits

Sara K Byrne – Double Exposure Portraits

Sara K Bryrne
Frank Kunert

Frank Kunert

The photographer Frank Kunert has revealed no architectural scandal. “With Balcony” is a work of his series of works is “Photographs of Small Worlds,” with which he performs witty, profound and subtle our perception and experience of absurdity.
Ward Robert

Ward Robert

Ward Robert
Zander Olsen

Zander Olsen

An ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint. http://www.zanderolsen.com/Tree_Line.html