French photographer and digital artist Cal Redback has created slightly unsettling portraits of people fused with nature.
The Mighty Mongrel Mob are the largest gang in New Zealand, with around 30 chapters across both islands.Access to the Mob is rare, which is why this photo series by Jono Rotman is kind of a big deal.
Absolutely love this well worth a look…
Ghost bat (Macroderma gigas), also known as the false vampire bat is native to Australia. Named for the extremely thin membrane of its wings that makes it appear ghostly at night. They have grey fur on their backs and pale grey or white fur on their undersides. They have long, narrow wings, but no tail, averaging 4.3″ in length. They have large ears for long distance hearing, and very sharp teeth so they can attack prey.
The Brown sisters have been photographed every year since 1975. The latest image in the series is published here for the first time.
Read NICHOLAS NIXON’s article on NYTimes>
Although, not a lot has changed really.
The 12th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest Winners.
The images were from an ongoing project by Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus, wherein he asks people to send him pictures that have such powerful emotional connections they can no longer stand to keep them, hence the project’s name, Too Hard to Keep (THTK).
Read Matthew Leifheit’s interview on Vice>
See more great shots of owls on Earth Porm>
‘Sometimes you need to break the rules. Henri Cartier-Bresson was a legendary rule-breaker, and his discordance with photography’s stymied role in culture changed the medium forever. His book The Decisive Moment, recently republished by Steidl, was groundbreaking when it was released in 1952 and still inspires photographers everywhere.’
Read the rest of Krystal Grow’s article on Wired>
See if you can guess the films…
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Stunning idea of showing the beginning and ending of films together in the same frame. Story telling in its simplest form, and real showcase for the cinematographer’s art.
Stunning collection of photography of nature doing its thing.
Posted by Mark Tripp
Karolina Ryvolova a photographer from Czech Republic with the passion for beauty and nature inspired by myths and legends.
Conor Clarke takes photos of smokestacks. A niche perspective perhaps, but she has turned a subject that could have been mistaken for being boring into a beautiful art.
However, there is also a serious side to these portraits, in that she has chosen these stacks as the symbol of man’s threat to Earth’s climate.
Read Jacob Schiller’s article in Wired>
Alec Robciuc has strolled the Transylvanian mountains to capture a magical feeling from those famous lands.
Artist Slinkachu creates inventive scenes featuring teeny tiny people all over London.
Bazillion Pictures creates a 3D architectural projection mapping on Union Station.
Apple show off shots and videos by users of the iPhone 6.
Gif-iti is creating an animated gif using wall graffiti. No artist George Ballantine has taken it to a bigger level using photos taken from space to get the photos.
Maximo Riera, the creator behind the amazing Animal Chairs collection, has come up with a new piece for his easily recognizable collection – the Hippopotamus Chair.
Check out some of his others. Like my favourite the Octopus chair.
Something that has always intrigued me. Artist’s work spaces. Light seems to be key.