Melting Ice Cream Portraits by Michael Massaia

April 22, 2015 | in Photography
Melting Ice Cream Portraits by Michael Massaia

American photographer Michael Massaia created an unusual series of photographs displaying melted ice cream. The series is even more unusual considering the fact that the author worked before only with black and white photography.

Photos of Flowers Frozen in Ice Blocks by Kenji Shibata

December 15, 2014 | in Photography
Photos of Flowers Frozen in Ice Blocks by Kenji Shibata

Japanese artist and photographer Kenji Shibata is the author of an unusual series of photographs of flowers inside blocks of ice called Locked in the Ether.

Superheroes of the Renaissance by Sacha Goldberger

November 24, 2014 | in Photography
Superheroes of the Renaissance by Sacha Goldberger

Let’s imagine for a while what it would’ve been like if superheroes were born in the sixteenth century among the nobility.

Amazing Beach Abstractions by Bernhard Lang

September 12, 2014 | in Photography
Amazing Beach Abstractions by Bernhard Lang

German aerial photographer Bernhard Lang has created a unique collection of photographs taken on the beaches of the Adriatic from the height of the bird’s flight and called it Aerial Views Adria.

Ants Quenching Their Thirst in Miki Asai’s Photographs

September 11, 2014 | in Photography
Ants Quenching Their Thirst in Miki Asai's Photographs

Japanese girl Miki Asai is not a professional photographer. Photography is just a hobby for her. In everyday life, she, like millions of her countrymen, works in the office.

Cityscapes Reflected in a Mirrored Suitcase by Rui Calcada Bastos

September 10, 2014 | in Photography
Cityscapes Reflected in a Mirrored Suitcase by Rui Calcada Bastos

Photographer Rui Calcada Bastos uses a suitcase with a mirrored surface as the main tool for his unusual photo project called The Mirror Suitcase Man.

Portraits Flipped Upside Down Turn Humans into Aliens

September 3, 2014 | in Photography
Portraits Flipped Upside Down Turn Humans into Aliens

South African photographer Anelia Loubser created a series of vivid human portraits in black and white, turning the pictures upside down, which gave them a bizarre feeling.

Smoke Shapes by Thomas Herbrich

September 1, 2014 | in Photography
Smoke Shapes by Thomas Herbrich

During the last three months, photographer Thomas Herbrich made more than a hudred thousand photos of bizarre smoke forms. After that, he chose the most intricate of them that resemble something.

Neatly Organized Hues by Emily Blincoe

August 28, 2014 | in Photography
Neatly Organized Hues by Emily Blincoe

Photographer Emily Blincoe created pretty interesting arrangements of colors of vegetables and fruit.

Abandoned Germany in Daniel Barter’s Photos

August 13, 2014 | in Photography
Abandoned Germany in Daniel Barter's Photos

This photo project was born from another idea. An idea that the thirty-year old, London-based photographer Daniel Barter was implementing. He went to Germany to shoot a movie.

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