Superb art direction and digital manipulations, Ukrainian photographer Evgeni Kolesnik creates women portraiture, almost submerged on water or covered up by the snow, letting the face appear.
American photographer Franz Steiner has collected a wonderful series of photos called “Venice Diary”, produced in the heart of Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles. He immortalized the skateboard sessions under the hot California sun.
The German photographer Karolin Klueppel visited India, in the state of Meghalaya, among the people of Khasi, representing just over one million inhabitants. She capture beautiful picture of the girls of this matriarchal society, in a series entitled “Mädchenland”. The look of these children captivates us from the first to the last frame.
A native of Wellington, photographer Jono Rotman was able to capture impressive portraits of members of the Mongrel Mob gang, founded in the 60s and now considered the largest in New Zealand. Vice recently unveiled some portraits of a work that has no less than 200 pictures that are exposed to City Gallery Wellington. ...
Kate Brien has created this series of photographs depicting socks illustrated by iconic art masterpieces. Among them, you can find Mona Lisa, The Scream of Munch and a self portrait of Frida Kahlo. Through David Kitz‘s photographs. Shop it on Amazon.
Unframed Artists is a book of portraits found in the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, by curator Merry Foresta. More than 100 old photos show the intimacy and family life of great artists such as Picasso next to his daughter Maya, John Lennon posing with Andy Warhol and Yoko Ono, or Frida Kahlo lying in bed....
During the Cannes Film Festival, the French photographer Frédéric Stucin, daily feeds his Instagram account with shots from the day. His series called “InstaCannes” includes both portraits of actors and actresses but also scenes of streets in the vicinity of the Festival. An unusual look at this major event of the seventh art.
Vincent Desailly has walk again on the red carpet at Cannes 2015 for capturing amazing portraits black and white actresses, actors, directors and all those who are and will film. The light is perfect, the actresses pose, dresses hang, the smiles.
Talented self-taught photographer, Lauren Bath is also a passionate globetrotter by the discovery of distant lands. On his Instagram gallery publishes pictures of everything that inspires in his travels, turquoise bays through icebergs of unusual wildlife portraits.
Jorge Cervera Hauser is a Maxican executive producer and photographer also co-director of Pelagic Life. We discover of his stunning underwater photographs depicting diverse submarine species such as sharks, dolphins and fishes swimming in the deep blue sea.