Charlie Davoli creates surreal compositions by shooting pictures with his iPhone and editing them with apps like PsTouch, iDesign, and Superimpose. He then posts his photo collages on Instagram.
My inspiration comes from a combination of the supernatural images from the Italian artist De Chirico, my love for geometry of Bauhaus, and the pop culture of Warhol and Lichtenstein… all with a touch of retro sci-fi.
All images courtesy the artist, Charlie_Davoli
Gate to Heaven in Temple Pura Lempuyang
Bali is famous for its varied landscape of rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture.
photo: Vyacheslav Mishchenko
Blow Your Idea
Parisian artist, Vincent Bourilhon handles the art of photography since he was sixteen. Grand theater enthusiast always looking for poetry and dreams, his personal work reflects his admiration for the discipline. Through graphics and digital retouching, he manages to build an imaginary world, very cinematic, on the border between dream and reality.
See more in his site here.
Garden designer Isabel Bannerman designs big structures in big gardens for the aristocracy since 1983. In her flower photography she goes in close. Isabel, documents the flowers she plants by deconstructing them. After prising them apart, Bannerman lays her subjects in a box lined with black velvet, to be photographed in close-up. Her photographs explore the architectural and ‘engineered’ aspects of the plant kingdom.
You can find her photo series ‘Bordering on Violence’ here
All photos © Isabel Bannerman