Zander Olsen’s Tree, Line project is almost preposterously simple. He wraps segments of tree trunks in white linen so that, when photographed from a particular distance, this negative space lines up perfectly with its surroundings.
Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore captures long periods of time through creative time slice photography.
Prepare for your mind to be blown. Using hand-cut paper squares, Vancouver-based artist Ed Spence manually pixelizes his own interpretations of once rather mundane photographers.
Well, damn. If you love living on the edge, you will love this concept home that literally hangs off the cliff.
The artist duo Synchrodogs originates from the Ukraine, where Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven fell in love and started to work together as professional artists under one name.
Ever since, they have been working in the fields of art and fashion photography, blurring the boundaries between the two.
A series of circular glowing hammocks have changed Boston’s Lawn on D into a stunning luminescent park!
Brilliantly exposed and projected vintage images on the naked human form.