Break free This project is for the silent objects in all of our lives, the things we use and leave in the background. Each picture starts with a simple question – what would… Continue reading
Image credits: Vivian Wan The original Wat Rong Khun or the White Temple by the end of the 20th century, was in a bad state of repair. Funds were not available for renovation. Chalermchai… Continue reading
The Ubari Lakes are a group of about 20 lakes, set amidst magnificent sand dunes and palm fringed oases in the Fezzan region of southwestern Libya. The lakes were once one big lake… Continue reading
Aspen station Sebastian Luczywo uses his wife and children as models to create crazy scenes inspired from life in the country and movies. Guest stars the animals of the farm.
A world so small that it fits into a drop of water. Michael Shribak/ Dr. Irina Arkhipova – Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, Massachusetts – Philodina roseola (bdelloid rotifer), live specimen Video-enhanced polychromatic… Continue reading
Vertical Horizon is a photographic journey between the buildings of a relentlessly growing city. It is a deep immersion into the city’s thick atmospheres, and a visual record of clues in a search… Continue reading
In her two stunning series entitled ‘Anesidora’ and ‘Ikävä’, Massachusetts-based artist Aliza Razell brings together two diverse mediums by combining self-portrait photographs with vibrant strokes of watercolours.
Photo credit Pantanal is one of the most spectacular wetland systems on earth. Lying south of the Amazon basin and east of the Andes, often referred to as the world’s largest freshwater wetland… Continue reading
German graphic designer Matthias Jung creates montages of imaginative houses, a mix of architectural elements, photography and landscape imagery. He calls his creations ‘architectural short poems that aim to visualize another perspective on… Continue reading