Imagine working numerous hours to accumulate the perfect combination of both moisture and dust. Eventually, a faint white fog forms, and you snap a photo of the pale indoor cloud. Moments later, the formation is gone, and you’re left in an empty room. Although meticulous and drawn out, this is life for Berndnaut Smilde, the brilliant artist who is well known for his stunning indoor cloud formations.
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Many have borrowed from William Shakespeare’s famed “To be, or not to be” line in their work, even those living beyond the literary world’s borders. Alexander Khokhlov is one of them. Fitting up the phrase for the 21st century, ‘2D or Not 2D’ is Khokhlov’s latest series of photos that brings traditional painted portraiture to life. Using a little post-production trompe l’oeil trickery and crafty make-up techniques, the photographer turns traditional 3D portraits into a living replica of 2D art.
Baby Khaleesi, Walter White, Frank Underwood And More
Even though we must wait a little longer for the next “Game of Thrones” series to begin, Walter White is long gone and you sank the new season of “House of Cards” in a day, you can still obsess over the iconic series. Except this time, Frank Underwood, Khaleesi and Walter White are all donning diapers. Along with her friend Cristina, Californian photographer Karen Abad has taken some absolutely adorable photos of Cristina’s baby, Olivia, dressed as TV’s most beloved and reviled characters. Who knew cunning, murdering politicians could be so cute? See more of Olivia the actress at Design Taxi.
Sand. For some, it conjures images of tropical beverages and pristine waters. For others, it’s little more than a ubiquitous pest. Either way, we seldom think of those little granules unless we’re surrounded by them.
The downy cheeked rapper visits foggy London town at the ripe age of 19. Eight years later, Jay would release his first album, “Reasonable Doubt”. The album is regarded by critics as one of the best albums of all time.
Few artistic subjects are more fascinating than the human body, and few artists are more talented than Lucy McRae, who works in the space where fashion, technology and the human form overlap. Ditching the restrictive titles that she could easily claim—artist, architect, thinker—Lucy McRae prefers to call herself a Body Architect. Much of McRae’s work takes the natural human silhouette, distorts it, and then recreates that image for an entirely different effect.