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.
A serie shot by Tereza Vlčková. Some images give me a creepy feeling and remind me a bit of the twins from The Shining.
American sculptor Lars-Erik Fisk has a special interest for spheres. He has transformed several things into spheres, like a school bus, a tractor, a tree, a street and also this volkswagen.
For more than 30 years Phil Borges traveled all over the world. One of the places he visit was Tibet.
Jacob Sutton, a filmmaker & photographer has made a glow in the dark snowboard movie. Snowboarder William Hughes is wearing a LED suit while carving throughout the snow. Amazing short movie with beautiful music.
For the past 5 years Tim Mantoani has been working on his personal project, called Behind Photographs. In those years Tim has taken more then 150 portraits of photographers holding their most favorite photo. All photos were shot with a rare mammoth 20 x 24 polaroid camera. Visit his website for the entire serie and(…)
Again a post about dogs. This time no swimming dogs, but a nice little movie of dogs in cars.
Seth Casteel is a fulltime dog photographer from Los Angeles. This serie of dogs underwater is really great! Look at those funny faces.
These beautiful sculptures are all made up from driftwood by a british artist called Heather Jansch. They are all lifesize sculptures and it can take from one month up to tree years building them.
The guys from OK GO have a new video, again a great peace of work. Every music video of OK GO is a peace of art and pretty funny! In some videos they even are great dancers and have a very interesting choreography. The latest video: Behind the scenes: Some other brilliant videos:
You eat what you tough, ad campaign for Lifebuoy, photography done by Jeremy Wong @ Nemesis Picture. It’s a serie of 4 ads, but these two I like the most. The face of the dog is so funny!
Nice ads, they do remind me a bit at these Ikea ads.
This beautiful animated short film, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore was inspired by hurricane Katrina, Buster Keaton, The Wizard of Oz and a the love for books. It’s made by Moonbot studios and was deservedly nominated for best animated short film at the academy awards. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris(…)
I really love the beauty of simplicity in this serie of indoor plants done by Christian Schmidt.
Every year dutch photographer Erik Hijweege travels for a few weeks to the United States to search for supercells. He always travels with the same meteorologist and his large format Linhof camera. The funny thing is that when Erik is in the US he is doing that under the name of his alter ego Kevin(…)