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Peter Tsai: clouds and fog on skyscrapers in Chicago

Peter Tsai: clouds and fog on skyscrapers in Chicago

For 6 years, photographer Peter Tsai has been documenting the skyline of the city he lives in Chicago. Through his series called Cloud Chicago, he captures skyscrapers drowned by a dense fog and white clouds, at night and day. To get this height and these different perspectives, he accessed to the Hancock Observatory and the...
Under the Sea, digital photography by Janet Mitchell

Under the Sea, digital photography by Janet Mitchell

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Gone? - short 3D animation by Elyarch

Gone? – short 3D animation by Elyarch

Inspirational, positive and full of energy, Gone is about revival and hope, featuring a flock of elegant slow motion butterflies, which are endangered or extinct in the British Isles. A production of Elyarch Storyline: Revival of endangered butterflies, who come to life and fly away from the picture frame where they were initially constrained. Slow...
"Tiny Road Sign" for tiny city residents, project by CLINIC 212

“Tiny Road Sign” for tiny city residents, project by CLINIC 212

“Tiny Road Sign” is a small project of the creative agency CLINIC 212 based in Vilnius, Lithuania. We have created it to show that we are not the only ones living in the city. All those road signs are located in Vilnius. CLINIC 212: website Via: boredpanda.com
Unforgettable wedding on the edge of Half Dome, photography by Brian Rueb

Unforgettable wedding on the edge of Half Dome, photography by Brian Rueb

This past spring, photographer Brian Rueb captured his friends’ unforgettable wedding and overcame his fear of heights at the same time. Endijs and Elina, the happy couple and avid outdoor enthusiasts, approached him about shooting their nuptials on the top of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. Without knowing the specifics of the trek, Rueb...
Gibraltar Falls, photography by Wayne Dudgeon

Gibraltar Falls, photography by Wayne Dudgeon

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Over/Under, photography by Matthew (Matty) Smith

Over/Under, photography by Matthew (Matty) Smith

In Australian photographer Matthew (Matty) Smith’s series Over/Under, he simultaneously captures life above and below sea level. The gorgeous shots showcase our familiar world of sunsets, trees, and seagulls in the top halves of the photos, while the bottom portions feature intriguing sights of jellyfish, coral, and schools of fish. Photographing these types of images...
Nature and femininity, photography by Bella Kotak

Nature and femininity, photography by Bella Kotak

“I’ve been taking pictures since the day I discovered my Dad’s camera and claimed it as my own. I began teaching myself photoshop in 2007 and it wasn’t long before I began to combine the two interests realising that together they created an amazing and limitless way to tell stories. Growing up in sunkissed Kenya...
Golden Retriever Mali and his Teddy bear, photography by Gabi Stickler

Golden Retriever Mali and his Teddy bear, photography by Gabi Stickler

“Golden Retriever Mr. Mali is 5 year old. His best friend Teddy accompanies him on his adventures. These two get into a lot of nonsense. I’m 34 years old and I live in Germany. On our daily walks, I usually take my camera and document their adventures.” Gabi Stickler: facebook Via: boredpanda.com
Metamorphosis by bodypainters Léonie Gené and Jörg Düsterwald

Metamorphosis by bodypainters Léonie Gené and Jörg Düsterwald

“Have you overlooked something? Take a second look! Spend some time and discover more than beautiful landscapes. Keep an open mind and discover new vistas. Metamorphoses of living beings have fascinated people since time immorial. For over 2000 years the different expressions of the arts have offered many ways of making art accessible. The ambivalence...
Cat-plants you probably shouldn’t water

Cat-plants you probably shouldn’t water

Schrodinger was on to something when he posited that a cat inside a box could be both alive and dead, because cats do not seem bound to the same laws of physics as us – they can become water, they can disappear into the shadows, and now, apparently, cats can also be plants. Via: boredpanda.com...
MOSAIC MANDALA series by Matt W. Moore

MOSAIC MANDALA series by Matt W. Moore

“In June 2014 I had the great pleasure of traveling to Eden, Utah for an artist residency with the good folks at SUMMIT on Powder Mountain. During the weeks leading up to the project I brainstormed many different ideas of what I could create, how, and why. Having spent most of my recent years in...

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