Well damn. There’s Photoshop experts and then there’s this guy. Swedish photographer Erik Johansson creates realistic photos of impossible scenes — capturing ideas, not moments.
Katja Kremenic is a talented freelance photographer from Ljubljana, Slovenia, who currently based in Berlin, Germany.
She’s got a real knack for telling stories in cinematic masterpieces captures throughout her many travels and life experiences.
London-based contemporary photographer Mariell Amélie has been working on her self portraits for over 8 years by now and has collected some pretty amazing shots from her travels around the world.
French photographer Christophe Jacrot takes us out on the streets when most of us prefer staying sheltered. He captures the raw, stunning souls of Paris, New York and other cities in a different way, with artistic purpose in magical yet in-climate weather conditions.
Now this… is wild. In some of her latest works, insanely talented artist Trina Merry uses the human body as a canvas to make models disappear amid the backdrop of famous New York City landmarks.
Inspired by the light and colors of Los Angeles, artist Bradley Hankey used a combination of influences from photography and painting to develop these minimalist scenes.
Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner produced this beautiful series called Colourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into sculptures that hover in midair.