Things come apart
Toronto-based photographer todd mclellan, explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in our everyday lives. displayed within the exhibition, every piece of various household items - a phone, lawnmower and typewriter - are meticulously taken apart, and arranged in an organized composition. in another take on a childhood fantasy, mclellan photographs the disassembled pieces as he ejects them into mid-air, allowing pieces to rain down in an explosion-like fashion - offering a commentary on obsolete technologies from the past.
Reconstructing the View
Photographers Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe have collaborated on a reconstructive photography project, where old postcards and pictures are layered over modern day pictures to create intriguing new images.
The work of Davies Babies
Graphic Designer, Photographer and Illustrator based out of Colorado, David Iwane has been into art his whole life. I stumbled upon his Society6 collection and you guys should check him out.
Stunning black and white underwater photographs by Indonesian photographer, Hengki Koentjoro.
A series of abstract long-exposure photos from big cities all over the world, captured by German photographer Jakob Wagner.
Barcelona, Spain-based photographer Clement Celma captures psychedelic, mesmerizing images of the Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família that makes you feel like you’re looking through a kaleidoscope.
Maltese artist Steven Xuereb created these interesting images by mirroring some of the photos he took while traveling around Europe.
Photographer Pierre Carreau captures the perfect shots of cresting waves. Carreau is able to document the beautiful light and shadows that shine along the surface of the water, producing what appear to be delicate pieces of glass that viewers will want to reach out and touch.
New York-based photographer Jeffrey Milstein has captured a series of striking aerial photographs of famous airports.
Created by melbourne-based photographer Ben Thomas.
Ontario, Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy has begun a experiment with time-lapse sequences. It’s created by digitally stacking 100 to 200 photographs—to reveal that the blue yonder isn’t always blue in his picturesque, painting-like photographs.
This collection by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze will have your head spinning in a dizzy state of confusion. The French photographer and graphic artist created Vertical Horizon as a visual exploration of Hong Kong and it’s rapid growth towards the sky. Using a unique perspective, Jacquet-Lagreze presents the ever-growing city in a repetitively graphic expression of its architecture