As the name suggests, this photography series by Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca showcases mouse traps baited with a cheesy dish fit for the pickiest mouse. The inspiration for Gourmet Mouse Traps came to Davide after a week-long cheese advertising shoot in NYC. Food stylist Claudia Ficca embraced the challenge of making miniature dishes and photographer Davide Luciano changed his light set up for each scene, while prop stylist Maeve Sheridan redecorated the set.
Gourmet Mouse Trap is a series of ten photographs: Strawberry Cheesecake,Bagel & Lox , Cheese Board, Grilled Cheese, Spinach and Ricotta Lasagna, Bagel & Lox , Nachos, Onion Soup, Mac & Cheese, Pizza, and Poutine.
A snow roller is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which large snowballs are formed naturally as chunks of snow are blown along the ground by wind, picking up material along the way, in much the same way that the large snowballs used in snowmen are made. Unlike snowballs made by people, snow rollers are typically cylindrical in shape, and are often hollow since the inner layers, which are the first layers to form, are weak and thin compared to the outer layers and can easily be blown away, leaving what looks like a doughnut or Swiss roll. (Source Wikipedia)
Oriol Jolonch is a self-taught artist with a natural gift to create invented realities. With imagination as his main weapon and the help of photography and digital media, Oriol transports the viewer to magical and surreal worlds, metaphors for the reality we live. Each image is , in itself, a story to discover and feel.
2D or not 2D is a series made by photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan. The team was increased with Veronica Ershova who had leaded the process of retouching and post-production. The authors were inspired by two-dimensional posters. The key-idea of the project was to turn the models faces into the 2D images. Valeriya used different techniques of face painting so you can see a lot of variations – from sketch and graphic arts to water-colour and oil-paintings. This is a combination of interesting make-ups, studio photography experiments and careful retouching.
A condensation trail cuts through a cloud with virga at Echunga, in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia
This incredible series of photographs showcases nature at its deadliest and most beautiful.
The collection was put together by the Bureau of Meteorology and Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, who invited photographers to send in their best weather pictures. And they responded with a staggering selection of natural history shots including lightning bolts, fire tornadoes and even that rarest phenomenon in Australia – snow.