Time is a Dimension

Photographer Fong Qi Wei says about the project ‘Time is a Dimension’: “Photography is a medium that is famous for freezing time. The word snapshot suggests that a tiny slice of time is recorded for posterity. But we do know that time is also a dimension, like length, breadth and width. In fact, physicists have…

Enchanted Lands by Roland and Sabrina Michaud

In their own eloquent words and stunning photographs, Roland and Sabrina Michaud narrate a lifetime of travel, adventure, and discovery in the world’s most remote regions. Roland and Sabrina Michaud, now in their eighties, have spent most of their lives together exploring Africa and Asia. Their travels have taken them to far-flung places, including Yemen,…

Reconstructed Works by Pep Ventosa

Pep Ventosa’s work is focused on an exploration of the medium itself–deconstructing and reconstructing photographic images to create new visual experiences. His photographs have received top honors, exhibited in the U.S., U.K., Spain, Germany, France and Switzerland, and been jury selected for special exhibitions by the late Robert Rosenblum, curator of 20th Century Art at…

Amazing Planet by Filip Kulisev

Photographer and explorer Filip Kulisev, Master QEP, FBIPP, is a respected and world-famous Slovak photographer. In 2001, he founded “Amazing Planet,“ a company which specialises in the creation of exclusive interior pictures, calendars, books and DVDs. Filip has also provided material for more than 180 individual exhibitions in Slovakia and around the world, including in…

A Mythology of the Unseen

The human spirit perpetually unfolds like a wavy veil, frail but confident, with a fragile but tenacious persistence in its sinuous movement. For every new part which is revealed through this curvy progression, another one becomes hidden, partially distorted and eventually forgotten, unreachable, such as the foregone realities of our origin. For, in this case,…

Sky Art by Thomas Lamadieu

Born in 1985 in Avignon (France), Thomas Lamadieu aka Roots Art finished the formation in topography before studying art history.Now, thomas live in Germany. He was invited to AAF ( Arfordable art fair )Brussels as a young talent in 2011. As a member of a group of artists (ACA, Avignon),…

Andric People and Space

Self-taught Ljubodrag Andric, born in Belgrade Yugoslavia, landed his first paid job as a photographer at age 21. He has since never turned back. Andric infuses his imagery with humor wherever possible, starting with the commonplace and turning it into something unexpected. “A good image should always leave some questions unanswered,” he says. Andric, who…

Spencer Tunick

Spencer Tunick stages scenes in which the battle of nature against culture is played out against various backdrops, from civic center to desert sandstorm, man and woman are returned to a preindustrial, pre-everything state of existence. Tunick has traveled the globe to create these still and video images of multiple nude figures in public settings.…

Christopher Moloney’s Filmography is Location Photography

“FILM + photography = FILMography.” That’s how writer Christopher Moloney describes his FILMography tumblr, though another fitting fill-in for the “…ography” could be GEography, as Moloney’s blog is all about layering shots from films over their real-world locations.  From ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ to ‘The Warriors’ and ‘North by Northwest,’ this photographer has made it his mission to…

Courts by Ward Roberts

The culmination of a four-year project documenting sporting courts and fields across the globe, Courts, the debut book by Australian photographer Ward Roberts, is filled with colour-drenched images that operate as both playful documentary studies and intriguing formal propositions. Tracing similar thematic ground to Paris-based photographer Giasco Bertoli, whose book Tennis Courts(Nieves, 2009) described abandoned courts amid…

BUILDINGS MADE OF SKY by Peter Wegner

Between the buildings of a city, another city. It’s invisible, the city no one built. In this city, the buildings are made not of brick or steel, but of sky. The spaces between buildings have been photographed and inverted to form a new urban iconography – buildings made of sky. The sequence charts the course…

Rainbow Mountains In China

  The incredibly colorful “rainbow mountains” look like they’re from an alien planet, but they actually exist right here on Earth. More precisely, they’re part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu, China. The rainbow mountains became a UNESCO World Heritage Sitein 2010. (via Huffington Post, Beartales)

Light Installation by Tamar Frank

Location: Schaatsbaan Vlieland | Artist: Tamar Frank Into the Great Wide Open is a music and art festival on the small island of Vlieland. As part of the Art @ Night route I created an installation at a small inlet of a pond. 500 led lights were installed between the reeds depicting a colony of fireflies.…

25 Extraordinary Landscapes

1. Mt. Roraima, Venezuela Via: bessingerblog.files.wordpress.com 2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia Via: cfile25.uf.tistory.com 3. Moravia, Czech Republic Via: s010.radikal.ru 4. Tulip fields – Lisse, Netherlands Via: warnet.ws 5. Iceland Source: agonistica 6. Mare Island Naval Shipyard – Vallejo, California Source: farm1.staticflickr.com 7. Namibia Source: photography.nationalgeographic.com 8. Naica Mine – Chihuahua, Mexico Via: sta-ita-aites.sk 9. Tunnel…