The City of Detroit has gone through a major economic and demographic decline in recent decades. The population of the city has fallen from a high of 1,850,000 in 1950 to 701,000 in 2013. The automobile industry in Detroit has suffered...
Since Labor Day, 2014 I have been taking a photograph a day for a year. Although not all photos have been very interesting, I have allowed myself the opportunities to try new things. Through these opportunities I have shrunk myself, floated...
We are a studio based in Spain (Madrid & Barcelona), founded by Sergi López and Octavi Segarra,
specializing in fantasy and science fiction.
We worked for several films doing posters and ads (Rec4, Sleep Tight, The Last Days, etc), ACB (Spanish Basket...
I turn photographs into inspiring dreamscapes that take a look at and reflect on the hopes, desires and dreams we all aspire to and feel in our lives.
The effects are a result of manipulating, merging and blending together of different digital...
Richard George Davis
Last week I headed over to Joshua Tree National Park to create a new photo series of surreal self-portraits. The goal was to experiment with reflections and explore the various ways I could creatively photograph myself.
A few years back, while driving a truck in USA, I did not have a photo camera, but I brought back fine memories of places I liked.
I just love magical and dreamy things. I find it very therapeutic to express my dreams visually. It's a great escape from the hectic world that we all live in. Everyone needs something to dream about. Even if it's something weird...
We've all seen plenty of optical illusions before, but Erik Johansson's masterfully twisted works of art still retain their power. Perhaps it's because they're composite photos, making them some of the most realistic and unsettling illusions we've ever seen.
I took these pictures and manipulated them to compare reality with the world you see through a filter.
Lise Skovsted Larsen
I made these images to put part of my imagination in the portraits of my friends in common areas. My first idea was to make a double exposition as we used to see, but when I started to blend them on...