16 Eki 2012


Impressive laser etchings artworks by Denver-based artist Jason Theilke…


Great illustrations by André Wee…


Amazing fire photography by French photographer Tom Lacoste…


Great photo series by french photographer Jean-Baptiste Mus…



Experimental cityscape photography by Stephanie Jung.

Recent Scenes From Antarctica

Winter is coming back to Antarctica and, after a busy season for both scientists and tourists, most researchers stationed there have traveled north for the season. Among them were a Russian team that recently came within 30 meters of drilling into Lake Vostok -- a subglacial lake some 4,000 meters below the surface of the ice -- and the crew of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, who have been burying a massive array of detectors deep in the ice. (They placed their final detector in December.) Gathered here are recent images of Antarctica, its environment, and some of the scientific work taking place there.

The aurora australis provides a dramatic backdrop to a Scott Tent at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station on July 14, 2009.(National Science Foundation/Patrick Cullis) 


Ross Barber, A wrong Mongrel, Lancia TrendVisions, LTVs

Handmade footwear merges with 3D printing technology. Presented at the Graduate Expo of London College of Fashion, "A Wrong Mongrel" is a collection of 8 leather boots for men designed by Ross Barber.


Plunging the camera into a dream. And opening the shutter to worlds into which anyone can dive. Yuli Sato reveals deep photographic oceans in which you can bathe in surreal nostalgia.
Yuli Sato, LTVs
Yuli Sato is just twenty years old. The photographer lives and studies in Montreal, where she attends Concordia University. 



A veil that covers, deforms, and when it reveals it does so only in part. A metaphor for knowledge, that expands certain values and contracts others. It’s the theme that inspired "Vedas" by N. A. Cope and D. E. Arnold.
LTVs, Lancia TrendVisions, Nicolas Alan Cope, Dustin Edward Arnold, Veda
In Sanskrit "veda" means insight, knowledge. A word that gave the ancient collection of



Ever since splitting the atom, progress has always somewhat depended on the art of cut and paste, from modern biotechnology to fashion. Damien Blottière celebrates this idea in a photo editorial for the "decades issue” of VMAN
Damien Blottière, LTVs

15 Ağu 2012

Melbourne, Australia artist James Tapscott

        My current body of work explores the link between matter and energy, a fusion of subjective and objective reality, and the effect our perception has on the world around us. My works are non-objective, functioning as a conduit between the observer and the environment, to facilitate communication. By using simple, elegant forms and light I seek to create a balance between a ritualistic artistic process and the natural phenomena around me – a balance that has the potential to influence the experience of the viewer or participant, as they allow themselves to enter their own state of balance with the world around them. The forms I create are simple, elegant – without baggage.

24 Tem 2012

London, UK artist David Mach

 avid Mach studied at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art then at the Royal College of Art in London. Following several shows and public installations, Mach was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1988. In 2000 he joined the Royal Academy of Arts as Professor of Sculpture. Mach’s artistic style is based on flowing assemblages of mass-produced found art objects. Typically these include magazines,vicious teddy bears,newspapers, car tires, match sticks and coat hangers.

London, UK artist Nathan Walsh

 Nathan Walsh’s work attempts to present a credible space, which whilst making reference to the visible world, and documentary photography obeys its own distinct logic. From determining a horizon line at the start of the process to spraying a final glaze of colour, he controls the nature of the world he presents to the viewer.

Polish descent

 Born in Canada from Polish descent, James Verbicky lived the majority of his early life in British Columbia. Verbicky’s works are now included in important private, public, celebrity, and museum collections all over the world. James’s pieces stimulate the viewer with both content and texture. The three dimensional surfaces transcend traditional painting and venture into the realm of sculpture, and by utilizing vintage media, advertisements, and obsolete branding materials, Verbicky presents us with the result of decades of attempts to persuade, manipulate, and coerce through subtle and suggestive imagery. His works are at once deeply conceptual and hauntingly beautiful, capturing both forgotten and persisting icons of media and reminding us that we are constantly being influenced.

Christoffer Relander....

 Christoffer Relander is a self-taught graphic designer and photographer from Finland. He started doing photography in 2009 and has since focused mainly on documentary photography, both on assignment and as personal research. His more artistic work includes multiple-exposure photography.

Claire Morgan.......

Claire Morgan was born in Belfast and now lives in London. Since graduating in 2003, Claire has exhibited internationally, with solo exhibitions in the UK and Europe, and museum shows in US and Australia. After showing sculptures at Palais de Tokyo and Fiac in 2009, Claire unveiled her first solo exhibition in France. Life. Blood., at Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, received national news coverage in France, with private collectors acquiring most of the works on the opening night. Alongside suspended sculptures, this was the first time Claire exhibited the ‘blood drawings’ that have rapidly become her signature. Recent exhibitions of note include Dead Or Alive, (MAD, New York), on&on, (La Casa Encendida, Madrid), Monanism, (MONA, Tasmania), and Bestes, Bestiaux, et Bestioles, where a new large-scale sculpture was commissioned by Château D’Oiron, France. Installations and drawings are in numerous private collections in the UK, Europe and Australia, including MONA, Altana, and Guerlain.

28 Haz 2012

Light experimentation

  • This is a lots of experimentation , i have no pretention with this , but any critic are welcome, i dont know if i want to push these series more...

    I hate landscape, so i try to make my own landscape, with poetic vision, and modification by the light .I create a poetic-space and time era in the middle of nowhere.

UnderNight Part2

UnderNight Part2


Art Installation Aomori

  • Art Installation Japan
    Towada art center, Aomori, Japan
    19 March to 10 April 2011
  • Photography  for an installation in Towada art center, Aomori, Japan  , about School Bullying. The curator asked me to make an ArtWork about this subject. The installation is a big canvas on the wall of 1,2 meter height and 7 meters long with eyes of children looking on the other wall. On the other wall there is all the drawings of these children about bullying.

Alpine Chiaroscuro

Alpine Chiaroscuro

1 Haz 2012

                The Liquid Journey:

Soar. Children of West Papua © Hengki Koentjoro
Hengki Koentjoro was born in March 24, 1963 in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. For him, photography is not just a way of expressing his most inner soul but also creating a window to the world where through his pictures the unseen and the unspoken can be grasped. Driven by the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature, he develops his sense and sensibility through the elements of fine art photography. His freedom of expression is more reflected in the elaboration and exploration of black and white.

24 May 2012

20 Examples of Macrophotography Genius by Miroslaw Swietek

miroslaw-swietek-9 Miroslaw Swietek is a talented photographer, who express his photography view without hurting any insect.  Using only modest cameras like Canon 40D  (Tamron 90 lens) and FujiFilm Finepix 6500, he creates astonishing macros of snoozing insects covered in dew. Most of the pictures have been taken between 3am and 4am in a forest near his home in the village of Swietek only took up photography two years ago, at 35 years of age. Using a flashlight, he “hunts out the motionless bugs in the darkness before setting up his camera and flash just millimetres from them.”

Red Bull 2010

Red Bull 2010 Image Quest Sports Photography Competition Winners

eric_berger_newcreativity_winner Red Bull Illume is the world’s premier action and adventure sports photography competition. The 2010 Image Quest has uncovered a new, stunning collection of images.

2010 was an incredible year for action sports photography and the Red Bull Illume category winners and finalists in particular. Their images went global within a night and are still gracing the pages of magazines and websites today.
In 2011, Red Bull Illume will catch up with the photographers to find out how their lives have changed and find out more about the person behind the lens.
2010 Red Bull Illume category winners are:
  • Overall Winner and Illumination Category Winner : Chris Burkard
  • Close Up Category Winner: Nathan Smith
  • Energy Winner: Stuart Gibson
  • Experimental Winner: Daniel Grund

The Grace of Sea

The Grace of Sea Creatures by Mark Laita Photography

Internationally award-winning photographer Mark Laita has focused his vast technical and artistic expertise on the creatures of the deep. His distinctive still-life photography has been used in advertising for a long list of commercial clients, including Sony, Adidas, BMW, and Apple. His work has also been widely exhibited, and his flower images were recently featured on a series of stamps for the United States Postal Service. He is represented by Fahey/Klein Gallery.

Pierre Beteille

The Grace of Sea Creatures by Mark Laita Photography

Internationally award-winning photographer Mark Laita has focused his vast technical and artistic expertise on the creatures of the deep. His distinctive still-life photography has been used in advertising for a long list of commercial clients, including Sony, Adidas, BMW, and Apple. His work has also been widely exhibited, and his flower images were recently featured on a series of stamps for the United States Postal Service. He is represented by Fahey/Klein Gallery.

"Every Voice One Breath'' tek nefes tek ses

 Serhat Hayri ve Tayfun Çetinkaya
Bahadir kenan Derre'nin undertaken "Every Voice One Breath" social responsibility project called. achievements in their professions and a powerful woman, brought together 58 famous. United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) project provides technical support Temsiciliğinin photos Turkey Serhat Hound (Studio Plus), and was taken by Tayfun Cetinkaya."Every Sound One Breath" photo exhibition which will be held under the project to draw attention to the problems experienced by all women in Turkey and aims to raise awareness.

21 May 2012

Antelope Canyon......

Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, photogenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as Upper Antelope Canyon or The Crack, and Lower Antelope Canyon or The Corkscrew.

Read more about it: Wikipendia

Landscape ....

Intrigued by the uniqueness of the Australian landscape, Dutch born Richard Woldendorp became a landscape photographer with a strong interest in aerial photography, which he feels captures the vastness of the outback best.

Simona Smrckova COCO

Simona Smrckova is a photographer coming straight from Brno, Czech Republic with her absolutely great talent.

Making a living out of photography, Simona managed to work for professional portraits and wedding pictures. But her talent is best shown through personal projects and fashion photography.


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