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Gorgeous female portraits photography by Melina Weger

Gorgeous female portraits photography by Melina Weger

Melina Weger – 20-year-old self-taught photographer, retoucher and artist currently based in Vienna, Austria. Melina focuses on portraiture, she shoots awesome beauty, fashion and lifestyle photography. Melina Weger: instagram Via: photogrist.com
Textile designs by Philip Teague

Textile designs by Philip Teague

Philip Teague (logo Digpaint) Producer of textile designs “My groups of work are named after stars simply because they’re out there. Showing my collection to the world for the first time” Philip Teague: behance
Digital art by Letícia Sales

Digital art by Letícia Sales

Letícia Sales: deviantArt
Ian Berry - Art in Denim

Ian Berry – Art in Denim

At first glance, many believe that Ian Berry’s work are blue toned photographs or indigo coloured oil paintings. This is not only when viewed online or in print, when much of the depth and detail is lost, but even up close. Even at touching distance, many viewers don’t realise that they are looking at many...
Requiem for pianos, photography by Romain Thiery

Requiem for pianos, photography by Romain Thiery

“As a professional photographer and pianist from France, I am fortunate to be able to meet the two artistic worlds that are close to my heart: photography and pianos. My “Requiem for pianos” series is a proof of my attachment to music and photography, both my passions. Tirelessly practicing Chopin on my grand piano in...
Moody and futuristic portrait photography by Reed Walchle

Moody and futuristic portrait photography by Reed Walchle

Gorgeous portraits by Reed Walchle, talented self-taught photographer, retoucher and artist currently based between Orlando and Jacksonville, Florida. Reed focuses on portraiture, he shoots awesome fashion, street style, beauty and lifestyle portrait photography. “Photography is my passion, and through social media, my love for photography quickly turned into a profession.” Reed Walchle: website / instagram...
Federico Cortese: Chromosomes - The dream of owning all the faces

Federico Cortese: Chromosomes – The dream of owning all the faces

From the series “Chromosomes”, oil and pencilon paper, 17 x 17 cm, 1997 / 2009 A series of very simple small works, almost trivial: each drawing depicts a face and an expression. Is it possible to create a catalog of all the expressions of the human face? Is it possible to classify all the attitudes...
Gentle flowers, fashion styling by Nikita & Olga Kobrin

Gentle flowers, fashion styling by Nikita & Olga Kobrin

Ph: KOBRIN|PHOTO MUA: Maria Lebedeva Hair: Elena Timoshenko Md: Tata Davidovskaya-Stelmah Dress: Salon “Kuraje” Decor: ATTIKA KOBRIN|PHOTO: instagram
Portraits of friends and family, paintings by Hope Gangloff

Portraits of friends and family, paintings by Hope Gangloff

Artist Hope Gangloff captures the personalities of her friends and family in brightly colored large-scale portraits. Gangloff’s acrylic and collage paintings show her subjects in intimate settings—often domestic interiors—in poses of relaxation or quiet focus. The artist’s strong but gestural lines create defined shapes that are filled with repetitive marks and bright patterns. Gangloff gives...
Basketball, illustration by Theo Cardinali

Basketball, illustration by Theo Cardinali

B A S K E T B A L L P L A Y E R S “For me, basketball is the most plastic sport. This illustration project is to explore those movements and shapes.” Illustrator: Theo Cardinali Theo Cardinali: website
Alike But Not Alike, portrait photography by Peter Zelewski

Alike But Not Alike, portrait photography by Peter Zelewski

For the past three years, Detroit-born, London-based photographer Peter Zelewski has been exploring the similarities and differences between sets of identical twins in his ongoing portrait photography series, Alike But Not Alike. Captured on the streets of London against neutral backdrops, Zelewski’s duos are of different ages, ethnicities, backgrounds, and styled to dress in matching...
Aerial photography travel: Houtouwan – abandoned fishing village

Aerial photography travel: Houtouwan – abandoned fishing village

Abandoned in the 1990s, Houtouwan is a small fishing village on the eastern most Chinese island of Shengshan. Due to large trawlers from nearby Shanghai, the fishing supply was depleted and forced the residents to find work elsewhere. Now this ghost village only sees tourists and a few locals selling essentials for the day trippers....

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