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This series of works performed by Michele Durazzi, is a series of artwork called “Was ist Metaphysik?”. These conceptual illustrations explore different forms of architecture in a single color: white.
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 Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold. “Vedas” is a project that is in progress, in which photography plays with black and white contrasts, between mysterious figures enveloped by vaguely sacred-looking shrouds and spiritual places surrounded by light and darkness.
The 2014 Winter Olympics have ended but these images from photographer Carlos Serrao are beautiful – a simple and elegant approach that showcase each individual sport’s iconic form in action.
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.”