Financial District, New York City
Photographer Doug Keyes is interested in how knowledge builds upon itself over time, leaving an impression or “collective memory.” In this series, Keyes creates these stunning multiple exposure photographs documenting sites in various cities. The photographer of these luminous photos says “From the ubiquitous buildings of corporate chains to . . . → Read More: Double exposure photographs of large cities by Doug Keyes
Need a hand? German street artist Tasso does an exceptional job of integrating his street art with the existing environment. See more of his work here.
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Artist Miguel Endara created this wonderful pointillist portrait, entitled “Hero,” of his father. Using about 3.2 million dots to create the drawing, Endara spent 210 hours on it, which is about 26 8-hour day‘s worth of dotting! Check out the wonderful video (below) of the entire process condensed into two minutes.
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Flipping through an IKEA catalog I scan page after page of stylish furniture and wholesome-looking people. But what happens after the catalog is closed and placed back on the coffee table? When happened to that happy couple dining in their Swedish-style country kitchen?
Created by Jeroen Houben, Tim Arts and Stefan van . . . → Read More: “Page23″ – life unfolding in an IKEA furniture catalog