Jake Olson, an award-winning professional photographer and graphic artist from Nebraska, takes breathtaking photographs what are dripping with Midwestern aesthetic and spirit. His images inspire dreams of wide-open skies, gentle winds and amber waves of grain. espite the fact that many of the images share a similar Midwestern setting, Olson keeps them fresh with beautiful lighting and a few adorable models. The wide-open fields and rural-style clothing give them a strong Americana aesthetic.
Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’
Spring is in the air! Well, depending on how you count that may or may not be true, but what’s important is that, all throughout the northern hemisphere, people are getting the first hints of warmth after the bitter winter. We’ve decided to gather a few pictures to celebrate the occasion and welcome the coming of spring!
Asia is a beautiful and mysterious continent with breathtaking landscapes and deep-rooted traditions. This is exactly how photographer Weerapong Chaipuck shows it in his photos. Looking at his works, it is hard to believe that he took up photography only after an early retirement from the medical profession. His main interest is travel and landscape photography, through which he shows us the beauty of our world.
Russian-Israeli artist Leonid Afremov is one of the greatest and best-known modern impressionists of our time. The painter is famous for the unusual, yet very effective technique: all he uses for his paintings are oils, canvas and palette-knife. The brush-free paintings gives the astounding edginess to the luminous city and land scapes.
Food posts are always a special treat for the eyes, but this selection of Foodscapes by London-based photographer Carl Warner is definitely something different. Yes, that’s right – all of the pictures below are actually created out of fresh foods! Artist uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and bread, and builds entire worlds that look unbelievably realistic.
In his time lapse series called ‘Time is a Dimension’, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei doesn’t use a typical long exposure trick. He captures the passing time by layering different photos of the same spot with clear edge lines of each frame. Each collage is digitally cut and created from pictures Fong takes within 2 to to 4 hours.