Surreal, otherworldly images by Kindra Nikole

Kindra Nikole is an internationally exhibiting artist based in Seattle. She experiments with photography, prop building, wardrobe design, and mixed media, drawing on natural settings to create surreal, otherworldly images.

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Surreal Photo-manipulation by Thomas Barbèy


Thomas Barbèy grew up in Geneva, Switzerland. Today, he resides in Las Vegas and travels the world, taking his camera wherever he goes.

Every single one of his images has to pass what he likes to call the "So what?" test. If a combination of two or more negatives put together doesn't touch him or have any particular meaning, he starts over. At times, he tries to combine images and sometimes the results can be disappointing.

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Silk by Sølve Sundsbø


Norwegian fashion photographer and filmmaker Sølve Sundsbø infuses his imagery with sharp, otherworldly concepts and experimental techniques. He arrived in London in 1995 to pursue a short course in photography at the London College of Printing and became a photography assistant for acclaimed experimental imagemaker Nick Knight. That pivotal role and Knight’s mentorship, which spanned four years, helped Sundsbø become a highly decorated fashion photographer in his own right.

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The contrast between industrial landscapes and the natural world by Brian Mashburn



Brian Mashburn is an American artist based in the mountains of North Carolina.  He studied at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving a BFA in 2002. Brian's work depicts urban and industrial landscapes in close proximity to the natural world.  Primarily an oil painter, Mashburn uses narrative and meticulous attention to detail to engage the viewer.  His work is informed by everyday observations as well as an interest in history, natural science, and philosophy. 

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Artist Draws Beautiful Images to Help Calm her anxiety


Josefine Svärd is an illustrator and designer from Gothenburg, Sweden. She creates beautiful stippling art that captures the beauty of nature. Josefine uses black ink and millions of tiny hand-drawn dots to draw her natural landscapes and wild animals. Celestial skies, trees, mountains, and wild animals are composed of millions of tiny hand-drawn dots, bringing them to life in intricate detail.

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I draw on Bananas by Stephan Brusche



Since artist Stephan Brusche created his first art on a banana, his incredible creations on the iconic yellow canvas have become so popular that he recently gave notice at his day job to go full-time banana artist extraordinaire.

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Delightful Illustrations Using Everyday Objects by Jesuso Ortiz



Spanish Artist Jesuso Ortiz creates delightful illustrations using everyday objects. Using his creativity Jesuso uses unconventional materials and seamlessly integrates them into his images.

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The Northern Hemisphere during a snow shower by Christophe Jacrot



Christophe Jacrot is a contemporary photographer living in Paris. He has been developing an artistic project on major cities of the northern hemisphere in adverse weather conditions, from a very pictorial and emotional approach. Presented series titled Snjór, which means snow in Icelandic is an attempt of immortalizing the Northern Hemisphere during a snow shower.

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Street Art artist Bachor transforms potholes into art using mosaics


Trying to leave your mark in this world fascinates me. - Jim Bachor

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New York-based fashion and portrait photographer Rodney Smith



Rodney Lewis Smith was a New York-based fashion and portrait photographer. Smith primarily photographed with a 35mm Leica M4 before he transitioned to a 120/6x6 (medium format) Hasselblad with an 80mm lens.

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Sensual scenes that show beauty and desolation by Jeremy Gibbs



English photographer Jeremy Gibbs is an explorer with an eye for scenes of beauty and desolation. His models' poses are dramatic, this let him create images that reverberate with a lyricism of passion and despair.

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Black and white sensual photography by photographer Vangelis Kalos



The black and white sensual photography by Fine Art photographer Vangelis Kalos examines the female body. In his imagery, we see beautiful models, female figures showing their natural beauty in the name of art.

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Italy & London in Black & White by Alexander L. Newman


Alexander L. Newman is a self-taught, multi-award-winning wilderness, street, and fine art photographer. Alexander uses photography to capture and share the passion he has for the beauty and emotion he sees within all aspects of nature and life.

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Structures created using wires and pure imagination by James Paterson


James Paterson is a wire artist. Twisting together bits of wire, creating structures infusing the emerging forms with twirls and zig-zags, wheels and circles, with spirals, ladders, houses and then the sun, is what James mastered through the years.

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Emotional states through collages by Marcos Guinoza



Marcos Guinoza is a journalist and graphic designer based in Brazil. Marcos creates images out of an obsessive way to try to understand the human beings and their contradictions. Through his art he also get to understand himself, his feelings and frustrations.

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Best Winter scenery images in the beautiful region of Abruzzo, Italy



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Abruzzo is an Italian region, east of Rome, with an Adriatic coastline and the Apennine Mountains. National parks and nature reserves cover much of its rugged interior. Abruzzo is picturesque in its scenery. While many areas of Italy have changed significantly over time, Abruzzo remains largely the same.

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Unique and remarkable sense of beauty by Jarek Kubicki



Jarek Kubicki is an artist, a photographer living and working in Warsaw. He is the winner of many prestigious awards in the internet creation field. He graduted from Fine Arts Highschool in Gdynia and the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdañsk.

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Mind-blowing body painting!. Artist transforms people into living, breathing masterpieces


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Artist Gesine Marwedel specializes in one of the most original art forms, body painting. She changes people into different animals by using their skin as canvas. To her, body painting is not just paint on a living canvas, it is picking up the body shapes in the subject and the painting on the body. It is the transformation of a human being into a breathing, moving, living work of art.

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Oil paintings that give the illusion of what it's like to have bad eyesight by Philip Barlow


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Philip Balow currently lives and paints in Riebeek Kasteel, near Cape Town. To Philip, light is the ultimate subject because it embodies the pinnacle of all reality. The figures in the landscape serve as carriers and reflectors of the light that falls upon them. Bathed in the luminosity, it is his hope that they would become more beautiful.

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Haunting Imagery by Leslie Ann O'Dell


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Leslie Ann O'Dell is a contemporary artist who works in photography, fine art, and digital media. O’Dell’s work is comprised of haunting imagery, ranging from dark imposing landscapes to mystifying portraitures, that evoke sensations of vulnerability, demise and the fear associated with such sentiments.

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Sleep Elevations by Maia Flore


Maia Flore is a Parisiam artist. Her photography is inspired by what she perceives as the boundaries between reality and unreality. One way to challenge the mundane everyday is to reveal surprises within it, says Flore. Her subjects are young women being levitated by objects.

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Motivational Illustrative Lettering by Joey Bearbower


Joey Bearbower is a motivational illustrative lettering artist based out of Waterloo, Iowa who has been creating art since 2013. His passion is creating unique, innovative artwork that inspires people to become the greatest version of yourself.

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Photographer Hendrik Kerstens emulates flemish Paintings using his own daughter as muse



Photographer Hendrik Kerstens did not train formally as an artist. however, he wished to devote himself to a more creative profession and in 1995, at the age of forty, he left the business world and took up photography. His wife Anna worked full time to support this change of direction. in a reversal of more traditional roles, Kerstens cared for their young daughter Paula, while also studying photography during the day. having a child left a deep impression on Kerstens.

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We transport fine art carefully as if we had created it ourselves



Welti-Furrer is a leading Swiss company for fine art transports. Their experts transport valuable art with the utmost care. This should be communicated to museums, galleries, curators and art collectors. The campaign is running in art magazines and on selected billboards. Print advertisement created by Ruf Lanz, Switzerland for Welti-Furrer, within the category: Professional Services.

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Fountains by Malgorzata Chodakowska



Let yourself be touched by Malgorzata Chodakowska in cooperation with photographer Lothar Sprenger. Almost heavenly compositions of sculptures, by when angelswings spread, tutus dance or an engrossed  “Bella Figura” turns her head dreamily in a soft shower. Malgorzata Chodakowska  shows how perfectly she combines the solid element of her bronze with the flow of the water.

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