Urban
New York City, photography by Krzysztof Hanusiak

New York City, photography by Krzysztof Hanusiak

“Starting early during my younger years, the ability to capture the moment on film was captivating. As years passed by, I used newer equipment, but the limit wasn’t in the quality of camera or lens, but rather the willingness of my mind to free itself of its limits.” Krzysztof Hanusiak: website / flickr / behance...
Bridge and underwater tunnel, the link between Denmark and Sweeden

Bridge and underwater tunnel, the link between Denmark and Sweeden

This unique roadway connects the Danish capital of Copenhagen to the Swedish city of Malmö. The Øresund, designed by the Danish architect George K.S. Rotne, was opened on July 1, 2000. The bridge stretches about 8km before transitioning through an artificial island into a 4km tunnel under the Flint Channel. Via: boredpanda.com
Living in an urban world, digital photography by Chris Hamilton

Living in an urban world, digital photography by Chris Hamilton

Urban scene from London “I am a London based photographer, like street, urban and reflections mostly.” Chris Hamilton: 500px
Houses of clouds, photography by Francoise Gaujour

Houses of clouds, photography by Francoise Gaujour

Skeletons of steel, cement meat, skyscrapers have a thousand transparent eyes. They are planted close together as the trees of the forests. They tend toward the sky from the same economic and mystical impulse. We enter the future through the window. After a solid career as a radio and TV journalist Francoise Gaujour begins photo...
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...
"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
Urban dance by Dimitry Roulland

Urban dance by Dimitry Roulland

Dancing is one of the most graceful forms of art. And when this art mixes with photography, the possibilities are endless. Photographer Dimitry Roulland captures dancers, gymnasts and ballerinas in their most graceful form with urban cities as backdrops. The result? A breathtaking urban dance shot. The 22-year old photographer captures the intensity of grace...
Street art collaboration by Fin DAC and Angelina Christina

Street art collaboration by Fin DAC and Angelina Christina

Christina Angelina is a Venice based artist, street artist, photographer, producer and gallerist. She currently owns and operates StarFighter Studios, a gallery and production studio in Venice, Ca. She received a BFA in Art from UCLA. She also attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Art Center College of Design. Angelina was commissioned...
InMotion - My life in movement, project by Haze Kware

InMotion – My life in movement, project by Haze Kware

French photographer Haze Kware presents today his InMotion project, mixing dance, movement and urban exploration into beautiful images. Based in Strasbourg, Haze Kware photographs dancers, performers, artists, in original, unusual and atypical places of San Francisco, New York, or Paris. A project of book and exhibition is also planned for 2015. Haze Kware: website /...
20 years of street photography by Hans Eijkelboom

20 years of street photography by Hans Eijkelboom

Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom captures the universal anti-style of pedestrians around the world. In his latest project, People of the Twenty-First Century (Phaidon, $35), the Dutch photographer shares the results of 20 years of lurking and shooting along the world’s busiest streets. The images reflect just how completely average we all are. Heavily influenced by...
Cities By Night, scarf collection by Celine Semaan Vernon

Cities By Night, scarf collection by Celine Semaan Vernon

After the space photographs, it’s around NASA’s satellite images of cities by night that Slow Factory (Celine Semaan Vernon) has worked for her new silk-scarves collection. Paris, New York and London appear on the scarves. London New York Paris USA A collection realized for the Independance Day, to discover. Slow Factory: website Via: fubiz.net
Memorie Urbane, street art by Anders Gjennestad

Memorie Urbane, street art by Anders Gjennestad

Anders Gjennestad is a Norwegian stencil artist who exhibits in galleries, on street walls he goes by the alias STRØK. Using his own photographs as a point of departure, his hand cut multi-layered stencils create photorealistic imagery, with depth and detail that is complex, tactile and mentally engaging. The placement and choice of material painted...

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