This year again, the Black and White Child Photo Contest 2016 , or B&W CHILD , awards the most beautiful photographs dedicated to childhood with a specific theme: black and white.
After paying tribute to a nice list of movie directors such as Quentin Tarantino, Tim Burton, David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick and Alfred Hitchcock, Julian Rentzsch and the creative studio Stellavie this time decided to represent three other giants of cinema: Christopher Nolan, Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Spielberg.
Bottled Finnish Landscapes Captured With Double-Exposure Photography by Christoffer Relander (10 pics)
Stemming from a past of ambitious collecting, photographer Christoffer Relander utilizes mason jars as vessels to capture the environments that surrounded him during his childhood in Finland.
All along his career as a music video and movie director, Mark Romanek got pretty close with some of the most influential artists of the last decades, both in the area of music and cinema.
With her series entitled Parts of the Earth , the American photographer Erika Masterson pays tribute to the nature and the innocence of childhood by staging animals and children into beautiful black and white portraits.
Rick Owens presented his Fall Winter 2017.18 collection named Glitter during the Paris Fashion Week . Inspired by the period in the seventies that celebrates sleaze, transgression, sexual liberation and anti-conformity, as well as French women’s hats during the World War 2, the new collection is a some kind of closure to the last few shows.
Daniel Edlen is an artist based in Arizona and a music lover. He choses to pay tribute to music icons by immortalizing them with white paint on their famous vinyl records.
Kinder in einem Feriendorf / Martin Munkacsi / 1929 The Metropolitan Museum of Art has released a vast archive of 400,000 (mostly) hi-resolution digital images online that you can download and use for non-commercial purposes.
Regan, North Dakota, 2011 Photographer Mitch Dobrowner travels the U.S. and sets up his camera in front of apocalyptic storms that rise above rural fields in Oklahoma, Kansas, and North Dakota.
Criss-crossing the world with stops on almost every continent, San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon spent the last 14 years seeking out some of the largest, rarest, and oldest trees on Earth to capture with her camera.
Ben #1, 2014. Photo © Kevin Horan.
Sinister Architecture Constructed from Archival Library of Congress Images by Jim Kazanjian (5 pics)
Inspired in part by the classic horror literature of H.P. Lovecraft, artist Jim Kazanjian ( previously ) assembles foreboding buildings using snippets of photographs found in the Library of Congress archives. Equal parts secret lair, insane asylum, and the work of a deranged architect, Kazanjian’s collages are created from 50-70 separate photographs taken over the last century.)