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.
The massive street paintings of French street artist MTO are very realistic. Especially those in which are portrayed people. His works can be seen in many European cities.
Los Angeles based photographer Brooke Shaden makes pretty impressive photographs. In them you can find some eroticism and fabulousness, surreal imagination and mysticism.
The concept of drawing various figures on pizza is not new. Nevertheless, Italian chef Domenico Crolla has a lot of customers.
Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki is a native resident of Tokyo. He was born and raised in the area of Kamata, and now he tries as much as he can to show his love to his hometown.
American artist Jo Hamilton creates crocheted wall decorations: portraits of friends, landscapes and animals.
German photographer Elke Vogelsang earns her living by making wedding photography and portraits of people. However, she has a little interesting hobby.
It is hard to say what guided the Italian artist Francesco Romoli to create these original digital portraits of people who partly consist of mechanical or electrical devices.
Christopher McKenney is a young photographer form Pennsylvania specialized on surreal self-portraits.
Twenty-year-old Milan-based photographer and student Francesco Paleari created a spectacular series of photographs with double exposure entitled Milano’s Profiles, consisting of images of Milan architecture and portraits of its inhabitants.