Magic landscapes of childhood – Alastair Magnaldo


Amazing surreal photography by French artist Alastair Magnaldo. With his  surrealist photomontages Magnaldo creates scenes in which children’s dreams come true.

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All images ©  Alastair Magnaldo

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Liquid resin sculptures by Annalu


Venice-based artist Annaluigia Boeretto (aka Annalù) works primarily with resin and the major focus of her works is on the theme of water, primeval central element of life. In the works of the artist there is a sense of metamorphosis, in pas­sing, of evolution as a sort of journey between different states, between different realities, a spirit of inquiry that shares some typical aspects of the science of alchemy.
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3D Animal paintings by Iantha Naicker


Iantha Naicker, a talented illustrator from South Africa, creates cute paintings of animals. Sometimes she paints them onto her palms using a technique that makes them seem to stand out. And other times her characters, drawn on lined paper, seem like  they  don’t want to stay in lines or like they try  to leap off the page.

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Thousands of natural snowballs appear on beach in Siberia


Locals in the village of Nyda, in the Gulf of Ob, Siberia say they have never seen anything to compare to them. An 18km stretch of coast was covered in the giant snowballs. The icy spheres are entirely natural. Some are the size of tennis balls. Others almost as large as a basketball.

Spokesman for the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI) Sergey Lisenkov said: ‘It is a rare natural phenomenon. When the water in the gulf rose, it came into contact with the frost. The beach began to be covered with ice. Then the water began to slowly retreat, and the ice remained. Its pieces were rolling over in the wet sand, and turned into these balls.’


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Conceptual Photography by Logan Zillmer


Logan Zillmer is a successful conceptual and fine-art photographer with a vivid imagination and a keen eye for detail. He is noted for producing a signature style of experimental, conceptual photography by combining complex in-camera techniques with a self-taught mastery of Photoshop.

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Art created with fireworks

Chinese contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang is known for his spectacular pyrotechnic displays. The artist’s “explosion events,” often using fireworks, have become installations themselves.

Photos from Fireworks show for the opening of Cai’s exhibit “The Ninth Wave,” Huangpu river, Shanghai. A show with clear environmental messages.

art-created-with-fireworks-cai-1(photo: Lin Yi, courtesy Cai Studio)

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