Photographer TOMAAS creates cinematic, surreal, yet realistic fashion and beauty imagery. Daily objects like forks, tinfoil and bubble wrap become gorgeous fashion motifs in the hands of this very skilled artist.
Fashion story in Kashgar, China by the talented French photographer, currently established in China Matthieu Belin
French artist, Lia Giraud, is turning your average seaweed and kelp into something magnificent. The PhD in “Science, Art, Design, and Research” is combining her disciplines to “grow” photos on algae in a project nick named “Algae-graphy.”
Beautiful Dubai cityscapes by German photographer Jens Fersterra.
Initially created for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, New York-based photographer Victoria Will’s Tintypes series features portraits of numerous celebrities that uses an old technique for film development involving a thin sheet of iron coated with a collodion emulsion. The monochromatic renderings, which are produced through the dated method of film processing (most popular in the mid-to-late 19th century), add a dramatic and aged effect to the contemporary actors.
Each unique portrait in Will’s series is, essentially, a one-of-a-kind. The wet-plate tintypes require the photographer to move quickly for each shot. Like in their original practice, centuries ago, Will had to coat her piece of iron with the enamel containing silver halide crystals and expose it while it was still wet. Through this time-sensitive process, the photographer was able to produce images with an underexposed and textured effect that reminds viewers of an age before sound was ever combined with film. These modern-day actors are suddenly transformed into silent era performers.
Wishes & Wasted Breath is a photographic sketch exploring the (e)motional body by London based photographer Hana Vojackova.
Photography by the talented Julian Schulze that is focused on geometric abstraction and minimalistic compositions.