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Vertical Horizon: Urban Photographs Turn City Upside Down

Hong Kong is a much-photographed city, but these shots present a rarely-seen perspective by documentarians or pedestrians ... unless they look straight up.

Seconds to Years: 3 Scales of Time-Lapse Photography

With the rise of digital technologies, photographers are finding increasingly fascinating ways to capture minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and even entire ...

Image Hacking: 40+ Glitch Art Photos, Paintings & Videos

Corrupted image and video files are turned into alternately haunting and psychedelic works of 'glitch art', also known as 'databending.'

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Works of Impossible Architecture Built from Found Photos

Like the architecture of dreams, these images are seamlessly integrated, yet structurally surreal ... and, like waking up: they hard to recall when you look ...

Invisible Apparel: Material-Free Dresses Made of Light

Combining light art photography and high fashion, these show-stopping runway gowns are manufactured without physical material and composed purely of light.

Shophouses: 6 Ultra-Small Urban Live-and-Work Spaces

These tiny, chaotic live/work spaces in Bangkok are filled to the brim with both the tools of the trade and the owners' personal possessions.

Rainbow Food Photography is Not Entirely Appetizing

These rainbow-colored meals may be pretty to look at, but would you ever eat one? This photography series puts a whole new spin on the way we look at food.

Action Figure Booth: 3D Printer Creates Custom Figurines

In Tokyo, customers can walk into a photo booth, have their images captured, and then walk out not with photos, but action figures that look just like them.

Impossible Gadget Turns Digital Photos Into Analog Prints

Missing Polaroid photos? The company that bought the world's last Polaroid film factory has invented a gadget to make iPhone photos into Polaroid prints.

Miniature City Scenes: 21 of Slinkachu’s Tiny Art Installations

Slinkachu is a UK-based artist who creates tiny scenes on city streets. He photographs each scene and then leaves it to be discovered.

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