What might appear to be a corrupted image file is actually a meticulously crafted photo by Robert Schlaug. To create the dramatic effect, he digitally dragged color across sections of the photo.
In this series of photos by Martin Vlach, solitary figures stand in hazy, black-and-white landscapes. Martin uses minimal visual elements to create compelling moods in his photos.
Interior designs have been unveiled for 432 Park Avenue in New York City, which once complete in 2015 will be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere (1,396 feet / 425.5 meters).
There will be 104 residences in total, ranging in price from $20 million all the way up to $80 million (although apparently some people have already bought apartments for $90 million).
Transfer is a beautiful series by photographer and artist Kevin Corrado. Using a mix of photography, oil paint, and digital manipulation, the project speaks about our intense connection between common landscapes and their assigned colors. Peep more of Corrado’s breathtaking work after the jump:
Since our explosive first posting, mega-cool Tumblr-based blog Natural Palettes has consistently turned out some new and quite breathtaking content.
A Brazilian artist has been turning London landmarks, including St Paul’s and Borough Market, into real-life Instagram photographs. A concept so clever yet simple… “why didn’t I think of that?”
Be prepared to add a new Tumblr blog to your favorites list! The brilliant minds at WHEREISEEFASHION pair high fashion images matched with related images, everything from landscapes and contemporary art to different shapes and colors. More after the the jump: