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2D or not 2D

Alexander Khokhlov is a young Russian photographer who explores the visually strength of paint and makeup in his 2D or not 2D series. Working with makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan and retouching expert Veronica Ershova, Khokhlov manages to capture women and men as pictorial reinterpretations of themselves, inspired by two-dimensional posters, comics, pop art, impressionist paintings, pixelated images, and cartoon characters. (more…)

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Category: Art, Photography

Star Wars in black and white photos

Toronto-based photographer Thomas Dagg makes pretty pictures in black and white in which he inserts elements of the Star Wars films. (more…)


Surreal collages by Irina & Silviu Szekely

Irina & Silviu Szekely are two self-taught photographers and analogue collage artists. (more…)


Category: Art, Collage

Niaz Uddin is a photographer, film maker and computer programmer based out of Los Angeles.

Photography by Niaz Uddin (more…)


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For his series “Swicheroo” Canadian photographer Hana Pesut did ask couples and asks them to exchange their clothes before exactly resume their place for another photo.

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Category: Art, Photo, Photography

Birth of a new myth

Fascinated by the construction of myths & idols, I have created a new series that brings together ancient classical art and modern “Starwars” culture. (more…)


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Vertical Panoramas of Churches by Richard Silver

Vertical Churches is a visually stunning series by photographer Richard Silver that presents a set of vertical panorama shots of churches. Each image spotlights the spectacular architecture of these spiritual places of worship using the photographer’s unique technique. We first shared Silver’s incredible project last year when he had originally sought to document churches in New York. He has since expanded his series to include cathedrals across the globe. (more…)


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Category: Art, Photo

Urban irregularities

There’s always a bit of humor in the work of Robert Rickhoff. What at first seems like normal, even mundane pictures of the world, turn out to be fun juxtapositions of everyday objects – objects he’s digitally moved to places highly impractical for actual use. Urinals hang suspended on toilet walls, only accessible by a climbing wall; suburban streets are built with high speed jumps; and a volleyball court is placed in the center of a divided highway. (more…)


Category: Art

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