Amazing portraits of famous people done by Philip Karlberg. These portraits are all made with wooden pins. Every image took the photographer a day. The serie was done for Plaza Magazine. Jackie O Johnny Depp Lady Gaga John Belushi Karl Lagerfeldt Steve McQueen
Hilarious portraits of people, while a very strong wind machine was blowing at them. This series is the idea of Lithuanian photographer Tadas Černiauskas.
Ad campagne for Max & Lola, done by a great Belgium photographer: Christophe Gilbert. Responsible for retouching was Yannick LeCoq.
Very fine visuals made for all kinds of advertising campaigns. Done by Carioca, a Romanian company.
As a tribute to the dutch people from the countryside, photographer Lode Greven & Margreet Welink made a book about them. The book is full with very nice black and white pictures and stories about the people.
Reality football, a serie of portraits of the heroes from the sunday leagues, from all over the UK. They play for the love of the game, not the money. This serie was shot over three seasons in seven UK cities by Alan Powdrill. Visit his site to see the whole serie.
Can’t find any extra info about this serie called Stamen. That is done by Nicholas Alan Cope from Los Angeles. I just can tell you that I like it, and his website is really worth a visit.
Yet an other lovely serie, Brides & Widows, done by Joanna Kustra, a young and very talented girl form Poland. Earlier on I posted some other nice work of her.
Brilliant serie called Silent World. All the images have an apocalyptic feeling. The serie is done by Lucie & Simon, two self-taught artists who live and work in Paris. Please visit their site for the complete serie.
Merchants from the 17th century collected luxury items to show off their wealth. To immortalize their standard of living they let famous Dutch painters capture the products and items in to beautiful still lifes. Today almost everything is made of plastic. The fact that plastic is extremely durable is not only an advantage. To the(…)
For an article in the National Geographic about big cats losing their habitat, Vincent J. Musi took pictures of eight different species. Read the interesting story behind the pictures here.
Collection of posters designed by Atipo, as a tribute to a few famous type designers.
This campaign was done by German photographer Bjoern Ewers, for the chamber orchestra of the Berliner Philharmoniker.
Inspired by paintings from the 17th century, dutch photographer Bas Meeuws makes very nice photographic still lifes with flowers.
Beautiful surrealistic photographs made by Loretta Lux, who was born in Germany and studied painting at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste. I once saw her work in the museum of photography in The Hague.