Neil Craver ‘s photo series Omni-Phantasmic is a plethora of beautifully shot, almost abstract, nude photographs. He uses the textures colors of the water with the beauty and complexity of the human form, resulting in out of this world ethereal shots.
Spanish photographer Joel Filipe offers us stunning pictures of Madrid architecture. Under a foggy weather, he caught buildings pricking up to the sky.
With his “Playground” installation, the artist GUE gave a second life to a basketball ground in the city of Alessandria, in Italy. While respecting the different areas of the free throw lane and the centre circle, he managed to bring his own colorful and artistic touch characterized by round and abstract shapes.
After over 500 days spent in space, American astronaut Jeff Williams came back with a gift that will make happy all space and nature enthusiast. During his expedition, the astronaut has captured from his space station the breathtaking beauty of earth’s landscapes, full of graphical lines, geometric forms, abstract shapes and fantastical colors.
“Photographic Paintings” is the new photographies series by Fabian Oefner . Oefner likes to mix the codes. His artworks are therefore a virtuose mix of painting and photography.
Architecture offers one of the most interesting angles to photographers who love order and the repetition of shapes. Here is a quick demonstration with the Australian artist Zoe Wetherall .
The industry of e-learning is growing and developing rapidly. We are currently living in the most exciting of times, when talking about technology and the areas in which modern society applies it.
Theo Geffard is an art student who works on his personal perception of famous CDs and vinyls covers in order to represent the universe of these artists.
Usually people describe staring at a spinning pottery wheel as being somewhat hypnotizing, not staring at ceramic artworks themselves. But such is the case with these uncanny pieces by Matthew Chambers ( previously ) who continues to push the limits of his concentric stoneware vessels.
Inspired by children books, Dominic Damien see Moleskines as a white page to experiment and create incredible artworks. Between abstraction and realism, he creates 3D illustrations inspired by the respect of nature.
Without the help of digital altering, and using only a juxtaposition of light and motion painter and photographer Gunner Valentine presents an expansive photographic journey entitled Dead Horse.
In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic non linear system can result in large differences in a later state.
Recent Colorado transplant Jacob van Loon creates geometric watercolors that seem to visually reference abstract architectural renderings. The colors in his works look as if they have bled beyond recognition of a specific site or landmark, yet still retain a strict set of dense and chaotic lines.
Miguel Nobrega makes geometrical artworks by mixing coding techniques and artistic aspect that he gathers under the series entitled Possible, plausible, potential .
Photographer Zsolt Hlinka , previously , is behind a new series entitled Reflection of Emotion . Artist imagined symmetrical places where he placed a couple on both sides of the imaginary axle and represent their relation in an abstract way.