The artist and photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj create, minimalist way, kitchen recipes and utensils. The originality of his work lies in the fact that he stages them objects with the ingredients they may contain. The end result provides simple and effective artistic compositions.
German photographer Klaus Frahm, in its series “Bühnenwerk” made between 2010 and 2012, has chosen to offer a unique perspective on empty theaters of all spectators. He decided to stand on the other side of the stage, the one we do not see. His work enables to discover what there is behind the scenes, and...
The artist Feridun Akgungor presents “Minimal Pure”, a series of pictures which only include pieces of architecture with straight lines, seeming to float in the middle of a completely smooth sky, whose clarity is broken only by the passage of an airplane or a pack of birds.
Vincent Lagrange is a Belgian professional photographer specializing in post-production. The artist has developed several series of stunning portraits of animals. Reptiles to cats, here’s a selection of some of his best pieces.
Photographer Joel Meyerowitz is known for his black and white photographs he was doing until the late 70’s. In 1972 he adopt and color and offer a new vision of “street photography”. Some describe it as the artist who generalized the use of color in photography, whereas until this time some famous photographer such as Henri Cartier-Bresson used...
The renowned American scientist Harold Eugene Edgerton, student and professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is the source of creation, in the 30s, the high speed photography, which today can freeze movement , by the stroboscopic method. Science in the service of art.
German photographer Carsten Witte capture a deviant architecture of La Défense, business district of Paris. His series entitled “La Defense, Paris Fractals” highlights the buildings through their reflection into each other. By shooting technique, photographs could be similar to real illustrations.
The Thai photographer Weerapong Chaipuck capture in magnificent way the splendor of the landscapes of Asia. Looking at his photographs, we travel in the heart of Vietnam, in China’s rice fields. The light captured by the photographer gives an almost imaginary character of these landscapes.
Photographer Brad Wilson caught the deep look of exotic animals. They look towards the lens of the camera, making looking them straight in the eyes. We discover animals with sweet, wild, observant, interrogative expressions in which we like plunging.
The photographer Beth Moon continues to capture ancient trees all over the world. In his “Diamond Nights” series, she immortalizes African trees, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, with starry nights as backgrounds. She says she likes to contemplate each branches connections of each tree and secret relationship in heaven.