“I feel it is necessary to explain the title of this collection, taken from a song by Tom Waits: Alice. As a group of chickens is called a peep, a group of ducks a paddling, a convocation of eagles, a murmuration of starlings, a wisdom of owls and a group of crows is called a...
Celebrities are always favorite targets for artists to draw. Malaysian artist Leong Hong Yu presented the list of realistic pencil drawings of celebrities’ portraits. Leong Hong Yu: deviantArt Via: cuded.com
Mohammed Baqer: website / flickr / facebook / 500px
Super macro shots of snowflakes using a Sony A77 and a reverse mounted lens on a full set of extension tubes. These were all done handheld (no tripod). Josh Shackleford: behance / flickr
Advertisement commission done for common & sense’s Tiffany T, Winter 2014 issue. Collection of 6 advert illustrations Pencil and Ink, (2014) Iain Macarthur: website / behance Common & Sense: website
JAZZ PARTY – DJ SET: TERRY VAKIRTZOGLOU / KATERINA KOZADINOU / NANA TREVOR / KSENIA DANIA Photography by Panagiotis Tsikos
“Art is a leap into the void, a chance to give birth to your genius and to make magic where there was no magic before… ” photo: Evelina Pentcheva model: Anibal Diaz body art: Bilyana Yankulova
Quentin Arnaud: behance / facebook
German photographer Michael Wesely has spent decades working on techniques for extremely long camera exposures — usually between two to three years. In the mid-1990s, he began using the technique to document urban development over time, capturing years of building projects in single frames. In 1997, he focused his cameras on the rebuilding of Potsdamer...
Métropolisson is a creative project by Parisian photographer Janol Apin that takes place on the many stations of the Paris Metro. Using the underground metro stops as the inspiration behind each image, Apin creates visual puns and anecdotal scenes that relate to their respective station names. Janol Apin: website Via: mymodernmet.com
All images via © Nick Brandt 2013 Courtesy of Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, NY “I unexpectedly found the creatures – all manner of birds and bats – washed up along the shoreline of Lake Natron in Northern Tanzania. No-one knows for certain exactly how they die, but it appears that the extreme reflective nature of the...