Like American artist Sandy Skoglund, JeeYoung Lee creates highly elaborate scenes that require an incredible amount of patience and absolutely no photo manipulation.
For weeks and sometimes months, the young Korean artist works in the confines of her small 360 x 410 x 240 cm studio bringing to life worlds that defy all logic.
Beautiful. Russian graphic designer Arina Pozdnyak brings us a beautiful calender that works for any day of any year. The point? Don`t mind what day it is today… just live.
Today we present a beautifully dark series titled ‘In the Wake of Thunder’ by extremely talented and rising photography Alex Stoddard.
Working with just one model this time, named Katherine, the photos are like watching stills from a horror movie in that suspenseful, storytelling way.
Man, I just can’t get over these close-up shots of individual snowflakes by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov. Each one is a work of art by Mother Earth herself.
The gag? He just simple taped a $50 lens to his P&S Camera. More after the jump:
After years of training to become a professional ballet dancer, artist Kylli Sparre realized it wasn’t the path for her and instead channeled passion for dance into photography and image manipulation.
Everyware is a creative computing group from Seoul, Korea consisting of Hyunwoo Bang and Yunsil Heoin. The duo are new media artists exploring intuitive and fun communications between the real and virtual worlds!
Their art installation Cloud Pink invites participants to “touch the pink clouds” drifting on a giant fabric screen suspended in the air. Footage + more after the jump:
Right up front the power of the artist emanates across multiple facets.
This series combines impressions of private and public spaces by the use of captured image projection into the darkened interiors of city hotel rooms. It somehow makes the impersonal, more personal.