The Renaissance masters have inspired people for centuries, so it’s only natural that artists and creatives would want to build on the work of the masters – or pay homage. Photographer Freddy Fabris wanted to pay homage to the great Renaissance masters, which was a tough job considering the challenges of translating the paintings through photography.
London-based photographer Rich McCor has a penchant for transforming some of the most photographed locations around the world – and he does that with small paper cutouts. The photographer makes use of small paper cutouts and a play on perspective to reinterpret some of the best known locations.
These images may look quite like vector art and illustrations, but take a closer look and you’ll find these are very creatively crafted photographs. These highly stylized images are shots from the Junya Watanabe’s Fall 2015, captured and edited by Erik Madigan Heck.
Children, take tips from artist Christine H McConnell to get that perfectly spooky house decoration for this Halloween. The talented artist and photographer set the installation up for her parents’ home.
Take a look at these lovely drawings by Christo Dagorov. The artist’s pencil drawings present an unusual form of texture for the lips.
The terrible crime that domestic violence is, it often leaves scars on the body of the victim – and it stays on as a mark of the abuse, a reminder of terrible times. However, it’s not just scars that are permanent, as Brazilian artist Flavia Carvalho has proven with her project called “A Pele da Flor” (The Skin of the Flower).
Images and art by Italian photographer Giuseppe Colarusso are quite tantalizing, sometimes creating a surreal world, and often playing with the idea of something that’s possible, but really improbable. Starting off on the path of creativity and off the usual, Giuseppe got his first photograph by creating a pinhole camera out of a shoebox. He used a photographic paper at the bottom of the box and a hole at the center of the lid to get the camera into action.
Artist Tomo Tanaka is a miniature artist who has been crafting replicas of items since 2002. The sculptures are so tiny and detailed, they demand awe and admiration. The artist has also published books that showcase his work.
Coffee cup stains are those sucky problems that you allow to exist, because you love coffee, and the stains are just the side effects. Artist Carter Asmann probably does not see those stains as aberrations, but rather an opportunity that goes well with his stunningly detailed motorcycle illustrations.