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The Phantom of Liberty, photo manipulation by Marcin Sacha

The Phantom of Liberty, photo manipulation by Marcin Sacha

“Fortunately, somewhere between chance and mystery lies imagination, the only thing that protects our freedom, despite the fact that people keep trying to reduce it or kill it off altogether.” Luis Buñuel. Photography is my way to experience true freedom I want to show the world as I see it. The world which is mysterious,...
Digital art by Victor Moatti

Digital art by Victor Moatti

Illustrator Victor Moatti is the author of these stunning bold illustrations, full of sensuality and mystery. Through his colorful compositions, he mixes oriental landscapes, cosmic elements and feminine curves enhanced by light and shadow games, reminding us neons lights and the striking aesthetics of 80’s prints. Victor Moatti: website / instagram Via: fubiz.net
Quiet Tokyo, minimal streetphotography by Hiroharu Matsumoto

Quiet Tokyo, minimal streetphotography by Hiroharu Matsumoto

Using the play of light and shadow, Matsumoto creates striking compositions with a minimal touch. While capturing his subjects in-between public spaces, he manages to create a quiet environment in the middle of the buzzing city. Speaking of the inspiration behind his images, Matsumoto says: “Loneliness is a inherent feeling for the people of this...
Between fine art sculptures and toys, ceramic objects created by Luciano Polverigiani

Between fine art sculptures and toys, ceramic objects created by Luciano Polverigiani

South American artist Luciano Polverigiani creates ceramic objects that lay at the intersection of fine art sculptures and toys, figures that are designed with both a playful and thoughtfully considered eye. Each work is produced from various clays and mud, and then fired with eucalyptus wood in a gas kiln at the ideal temperature for...
The Struggle Within, photography by Jan Stel

The Struggle Within, photography by Jan Stel

“All life demands struggle. Those who have everything given to them become lazy, selfish, and insensitive to the real values of life. The very striving and hard work that we so constantly try to avoid is the major building block in the person we are today.” The Struggle Within, is Jan his first portrait series....
Designs printed directly from urban utility covers by Pirate Printers

Designs printed directly from urban utility covers by Pirate Printers

Berlin-based art collective Raubdruckerin (which translates to pirate printer) uses elements of urban design to create guerilla printing presses, adding ink to manhole covers, grates, and street tiles to create utilitarian designs on t-shirts and bags. The experimental print makers view the works as footprints of a particular city, with current designs collected from Amsterdam,...
Flores Raras, albino twins from Brazil, photography by Vinicius Terranova

Flores Raras, albino twins from Brazil, photography by Vinicius Terranova

Lara and Mara Bawar are not your average supermodels, but their striking appearance is sending shockwaves through the fashion industry. The 11-year-old twins from São Paulo, Brazil, have albinism, a condition that causes a lack of skin and hair pigment, and they embrace it to the fullest. In 2016, the Bawar twins’ unique pale features...
Dior editorial, photography by Evelyn Bencicova

Dior editorial, photography by Evelyn Bencicova

Dior editorial for Citizen K International shot by Evelyn Bencicova styling Laurent Dombrowicz make-up Maniasha model Hazel Townsend lighting assistance Quentin Chamard-Bois using broncolor equipment Evelyn Bencicova: website / instagram
Forgotten prison mannequins, photography by Jan Stel

Forgotten prison mannequins, photography by Jan Stel

Sometimes abandoned places are housing strange unexpected things such as dozens of men and woman mannequins. This old forgotten part in a still very active Eastern European prison is both intriguing and creepy as well. “The human eye is far more sensitive than a camera lens and picks up minor as well as major differences...
Street photography by Junichi Hakoyama

Street photography by Junichi Hakoyama

Junichi Hakoyama: 500px / flickr
Surrealistic sketches by Mihail Zablodskiy

Surrealistic sketches by Mihail Zablodskiy

Mihail Zablodskiy – Painter, illustrator, photographer, scriptwriter, teacher “I graduated Polygraph Institute (Faculty of Graphics). The constant participant of Ukrainian and international exhibitions. My works are in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, England, Canada, USA, Germany, Poland, India. Live and work in Kyiv. I love when in the works are secret, mystery, intrigue. Art should...
Rust, digital art by Marcin Sacha

Rust, digital art by Marcin Sacha

There is somehow a strange, and attractive beauty in a decay. The artworks of a series inspired by the rusty metal plate. “I live in Tarnow, in the south of Poland. Photography became my passion in 2005. I began with nature photography and later, landscapes. I recently became also interested in pictures on the boundary...

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