Russia based artist and photographer Alexey Bednij performs digital manipulations on photographs to create these fascinating images. Bednij’s usage of positive and negative spaces reminds me of Escher’s drawings of swarms of birds and butterflies.
See more of the Bednij’s work on his website.
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From a distance these pieces appear like vintage dolls stitched to antique embroidered fabric. Up close, I see images of women tied down by mechanical devices, twigs and string. Created by Boston based artist Jennifer B Hudson, “Flora” is a series of staged imagery which draws upon the themes of sacrifice, faith and the feminine. Imaginary . . . → Read More: “Flora” an experimental staged photographic series by Jennifer Hudson
What causes someone to believe that they are a messenger from a higher power? What causes others to follow such a messenger, while others walk away shaking their heads in disbelief? Edinburgh based photographer and artist Mat Hay examines these questions in his latest project, entitled Messenger. Although the images in this series are staged, the photojournalistic . . . → Read More: “Messenger” a photographic series about the powers of proselytizing by Mat Hay
Some beautiful double exposure photography by Bulgaria based photographer Aneta Ivanova. See more from her extensive portfolio on her facebook page.
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French photographer JR just wrapped up one of his “Unframed” projects in Marseille, France. The results are several stunning views of large-scale photographic portraits pasted on buildings. Some photos were offered from the private collections of the city inhabitants, others were garnered from the city archives of Marseille. All of the people in the photographs . . . → Read More: “Unframed in Marseille” photographic street art by JR
London-based photographer David Ryle has created a series of photographs where each subject is covered by a veil of steam. It’s a simple concept, and well executed. See more photographs from the “Steam” series here.
For another artist (a painter) whose work is based on a similar concept, see “Alyssa Monks paints women behind . . . → Read More: “Steam” photographic portraits by David Ryle
Tilting his camera lens to the sky, France based photographer Sherif Elhage shot this intriguing series called “From the ground up.” Elhage says on his website that he “employs no corrective methods to his photography… he (elhage) seeks to play with the human eye rather than address traditional methods of iconography; his photographs break . . . → Read More: “From the ground up” photographs by Sherif Elhage
Any idea where this majestic road is? I never would have guessed….
It is Highway 12 (Utah) “… through a moonscape from Moab and Escalante to Bryce Canyon.” The photographer is Anna Tatti. You can see more of her work on flickr.
This is what “rush hour” looks like in Tanzania, Africa. Photographer Henriko captured this shot on a road between the Serengeti and Mount Kilimanjaro National Parks.
See more of Henriko’s work on 500px.
I found these lovely shots by Hokkaido, Japan based photographer Masakadu Makiyama on Instagram. In these painterly images, Makiyama captures the fast-pace of life in urban Japan.
You can see more of this photographer’s work on Instagram, Facebook or flickr.
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