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NASA celebrates Mars landing with art

NASA celebrates Mars landing with art

In order to acknowledge Curiosity's touchdown on Mars, NASA commissioned the anglo-american duo known as Kahnselesnick to create a series of work, entitled 'Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea', representing their vision of existence on Mars. The artist's interpretation of Mars infused "infused phantasmagorical elements of science fiction and the surreal. (1) The dream-like scenarios include specially created sculptures and installations,…
Street Stone

Street Stone

French photographer Léo Caillard, teamed up with designer Alexis Persani to achieve an intriguing series of shots titled "Street Stone." The idea was to dress sculptures from the Louvre Museum in a trendy fashion style. Did you ever think you'd see classical sculptures like this? Neither did we, but we're glad we have now. Retouching: Alexis Persani Photography & conception : Léo Caillard…
Ulrika Kestere’s 7 Horses

Ulrika Kestere’s 7 Horses

“7 Horses” is a beautiful photography series by Ulrika Kestere, where she utilizes various garments to roughly make the shape of a wild horse. This series of photographs has a fantastical, almost story-book feel to them. In fact, we can actually see this sort of technique being used to illustrate a children's book. What do you think? It is definitely worth…
[INSPIRATION] Johannes Stamcar

[INSPIRATION] Johannes Stamcar

We stumbled across this stunningly beautiful series of photography titled "Maria II" by Johannes Stamcar and just had to share it with you. We hope this work inspires you! MODEL: Maria Zeilinger @ Tempo Models MAKEUP & HAIR: Mario Röllig RELEASED: Dextro Magazine, Handsome Magazine, TrendHunter, Behance  
Skeleton Light Paintings Come to Life

Skeleton Light Paintings Come to Life

We all know what light paintings are, but it is rare that we see some so artistic and lively as those created by Los Angeles-based Darius Twin (aka Darren Pearson). Most often, people will assume that Darius photoshops these images, but the amazing this is that he doesn't. "He pioneered the light painting technique of spinning a glass prism in…
How many citrus fruits does it take to turn on a lamp?

How many citrus fruits does it take to turn on a lamp?

Caleb Charland, a Portland, Maine-based experimenter-photographer, mixes sciences with art in his series of photographs where he uses fruits or vegetables to power electricity. Caleb wired together 300 apples on the tree to power a lamp. He put a zinc-coated galvanized nail into each apple and a bare copper wire into the other end to create a current through the electrolytes…
[INSPIRATION] Giuseppe Mastromatteo’s Transparency

[INSPIRATION] Giuseppe Mastromatteo’s Transparency

August 22, 2012 Giuseppe Mastromatteo did a series called "Transparency" that has received looks from many of wonderment and originality.  Take a look for yourself. Born on August 6, 1970, Giuseppe Mastromatteo has worked as an artist for more than a decade. After a period spent as a recordist assistant inside a record company, Mastromatteo graduated from Accademia di Comunicazione…
Ian Ruhter on [FRAMED]

Ian Ruhter on [FRAMED]

Ian Ruhter is a photographer, and a good one at that. He had clients, big clients. And he was miserable. He wanted to find his own voice and create a camera that has never before been created. He had a passion and an idea and that idea became what is now known as the largest camera in the world. Ian and…
LSD Art

LSD Art

On April 19, 1943, a Swiss chemist named Albert Hofmann dosed himself with 250 micrograms of a new, virtually unknown, clinically-synthesized compound, lysergic acid diethylamide, or LSD — becoming, in the process, the first human being to intentionally trip on acid. (A few days earlier, Hofmann had experienced the very edge of LSD’s power when he ingested a miniscule amount…
Grass as Photo Paper

Grass as Photo Paper

For photographers who have dabbled in the darkroom, and even some who haven't, the concept of photographic paper isn't new—nor is the concept of how the photographic image ends up on the photo paper. "Photographic paper is paper coated with light-sensitive chemicals, used for making photographic prints. Photographic paper is exposed to light in a controlled manner, either by placing a negative in contact with the paper…