What does music look like? We've all seen visualizations of sound-waves, but what about the motions a person must perform to create music? This what Ontario artist Stephen Orlando managed to successfully capture.
My newest light/sculpture is made from 35 recycled wine bottles and copper plumbing parts. Each bottle is illuminated by 12 volt, 0.6 watt LED bulbs that have a lifespan of 35,000 hours.
A new dad in NYC overhauled his ceiling in his baby's room to serve as a day and night work of art.
I'm no artist, I'm an engineer.
What amazes me is how different lighting angle and tonal processing affects the perception of a simple object's appearance. All of the images were taken using old Ukrainian Industar 55mm f/2.
Famous photographer Vincent Laforet takes amazing night photos of urban cities, and his amazing photos of Las Vegas are no exception. Laforet, who has also photographed New York similarly, turns Sin City into an incredible neon metropolis surrounded by a desert...
There is this big abandoned building in our city that is stuck between shortage of money and bureaucracy things. It's so big you can't avoid it and it's seen from everywhere. The whole city hates this 'ghost', as we call it....
Photographers like Stephen Orlando in Ontario always find a way to bring fresh ideas to the popular photographic sub-genre of light painting. His photos capture the hypnotically repetitive motions of kayakers and canoers as they paddle through the water, turning their...
The Bahu's project, Luminescencia, is an attempt to reconcile LED lights and sport with amazing photos as a result.
Every winter, Budapest is covered in festive holiday decorations, but one of the most interesting of these are the city's trams, which are covered in bright blinking lights. With a long exposure photo, these trams transform into ethereal cosmic vessels or...
“Why can’t everything have life?” asks artist Anaísa Franco. And she's right, why can't it? Especially at these times when almost everything can be done by the help of technology. According to this logic Anaisa Franco created a marvelous art project...