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Paintless Landscapes: Scenic Art Made of Light & Shadow

A collection of unlikely (often discarded) objects coupled with a light source can create amazing city scenes, landscapes, portraits and more in the hands of ...

2D or Not 2D? Body Paint Illusion Makes Faces Look Flat

Three-dimensional human bodies are transformed to look like paintings on a flat surface in this curious collaboration between a makeup artist, a photographer ...

Woodhouses: Photos Envision Tiny Urban Life in the Forest

What tiny universes might exist behind the bark of trees deep within the forest? You’re most likely envisioning the grubs, ants, beetles and other ...

Secret Cities: Capturing Hidden Abandoned Places on Film

Just beyond all of the noise and activity of daily urban life is a secret world of forgotten spaces which are nearly always dank and dusty, but often ...

The Fabric of Guilt: Photorealistic Woven Textile Mug Shots

The cringeworthy moment at which one’s accused guilt is captured forever (and often disseminated on the internet) results in a telling portrait of the ...

Real Street Photographer Documents Virtual Life in GTA V

Advanced artificial characters and enhanced in-game graphics have increasingly made in-game worlds look and feel like real-life places. It was only a matter of ...

Fine Art of Architecture: B&W Photography by Joel Tjintjelaar

Highly refined yet ever-evolving, the work of this photographer started with portraiture, moved through landscapes and seascapes, and has for a time now ...

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Street Art, Decades Apart: 40 Then & Now Graffiti Photos

We tend to notice as buildings come and go, skylines change and grow with planning and oversight, but what about the spray-painted wall art the adorns the ...

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4-Dimensional Photography: Artistic Time-Lapse Collages

Motion pictures aside, the nature of photographic representation implies freezing space in time – a moment captured and preserved, independent of what ...

Destroyed Cathedral: Rare Photos Offer Glimpse Into WWI

Seen from the eyes of a German officer, these dramatic photos depict the St. Quentin Cathedral in northern France, which was almost completely destroyed during ...

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