Exploded Sports Cars

Exploded Sports Cars

Posted by: on Dec 13, 2013

Auto sportive degli anni ’50 e ’60 vanno letteralmente “in mille pezzi” nella serie dello svizzero Fabien Oefner, che afferma: ”I have always been fascinated by the clean, crisp looks of 3D renderings. So I tried to use that certain type of aesthetic and combine it with the strength of real photography”. Questo lavoro enorme e minuzioso, che vi consiglio di approfondire guardando il video del making of, ha richiesto mesi di lavorazione (fino a 2 per ogni immagine).


Where Children Sleep

Where Children Sleep

Posted by: on Dec 4, 2013

Where children sleep is a project by James Mollison, a photographer born in Kenya in 1973 but grew up in the cold of England. Lay Lay from Thailand, Kaya from Japan, Indira from Nepal, Dong from China, Jaime from USA, Jaun David from Colombia and many others are the characters of this set and photography book.


Air Drive

Air Drive

Posted by: on Dec 3, 2013

Automobili di epoche passate dal fascino senza tempo, che levitano vincendo la gravità, grazie a un ipotetico progresso tecnologico. È la“rétro vision of the future”  del fotografo Reinaud Marion, tipica degli anni tra le due guerre, pervasa da un’incrollabile fiducia nella scienza e nella tecnica, e carica di ispirazione ancora oggi.


Double Exposure Self-Portraits

Double Exposure Self-Portraits

Posted by: on Dec 3, 2013

Aneta Ivanova is a 21-years old photographer from Varna, Bulgaria. She started shooting experimental self-portraits at the age of 13 and has never stopped doing photography since then. Using a layered technique in Photoshop, Ivanova creates stunning double exposure portraits that blend together the beauty of architecture, nature and the human body.


2D or not 2D

2D or not 2D

Posted by: on Nov 28, 2013

Alexander Khokhlov is a young Russian photographer who explores the visually strength of paint and makeup in his 2D or not 2D series. Working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan and retouching expert Veronica Ershova, Khokhlov manages to capture women and men as pictorial reinterpretations of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, impressionist paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters.


Macro Snowflakes

Macro Snowflakes

Posted by: on Nov 27, 2013

We can’t see the real beauty of the snowflakes but the Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has discovered the secret! Using a Canon Powershot A650 and a 44M-5 Helios lens from his old Zenit, he has captured every single details showing us them delicate symmetry, unknown to us till now.