A dream-like vision by Andrea Peipe

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Andrea Peipe is currently based in Munich, Germany. After working as a translator for several years, Andrea decided to pursue a career in photography in 2010. Since then she is interested in how to turn ideas into creative photos.

Andrea devotes herself to digital photography and the possibilities of digital post-processing. With her photos, she wants to move the viewer emotionally, tell a story and inspire her fantasy. At the same time, photography is a possibility for her to bring emotions to life, to freeze time and by that to hold on to a short fragile moment, or to create a dream-like vision. In order to achieve this, she enjoys taking use of the almost unlimited possibilities of digital post-processing. 

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Underwater beauty, pain, love and, eroticism by Mira Nedyalkova

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I have always loved photography as art, but I started with drawing and I was also was a model. Later in 2007, I discovered photography as a means to express myself and completely replaced painting. My photographs are not exactly photographs, my creations are somewhere in between paintings and photography. In my images, I use pain as a beauty, erotic as a psychological way of life. I express myself and my intimate inner life. In my images, you would find beauty and strong will for life, sorrow and pain, love and eroticism as a constant part of our life. I would love to connect all those feelings. For me, that is the only way to know the sweetness to be alive, to know the happiness and become part of the beauty of life.

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Sensual Photographs by Stefan Beutler

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Stefan Beutler, is a photographer from Germany. He is well known for his sensual portraits. His work is very minimalist, however, though erotic, it remains tasteful and is designed to make you think about intimacy in the digital age.

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Intense and intimate black & white pictures of the human body by Resa Rot

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There are more ways to show a person than just from a beautiful angle in beautiful light with beautiful clothes

Resa Rot is a photographer of intense black & white pictures of the human body. She captures these intimate photographs in a natural environment.


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The use of the absurd and the irony to approach modern issues by Romina Bressia

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Born in 1981 in Argentina, in a small town near to Buenos Aires. Her passion about art started at young age but it was not until her late twenties, after graduating in Economics, that she decided to dedicate her life to Photography. Romina Bressia studied Photography, Fashion Photography, Art Direction and Scenery in different places including the Institute of the prestigious Teatro Colon. And her influence comes mainly from Classic Paintings.

Romina started in fashion photography but was gradually moving to Fine Arts, venturing, beyond Photography, in mixed media. Her works are represented by Galleries in the London, Edinburgh, Switzerland, Belgium & Mykonos, and they have been exhibited in major cities such as New York, Milan, London, Zurich, Paris, Brussels & Buenos Aires, among many others.

Owner of a pictorial style, she is well known for her anachronisms and the use of the absurd and the irony to approach modern issues. The attempt to grant a fresh air to the classic style is another important characteristics of her work.

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Exploring Time and Existence in Monochrome by Giorgio Bormida

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The photographic approach of the works of Giorgio Bormida’s fades in favor of an extremely poetic use of the image. This somehow recalls a painting, as it leads the viewer’s eye right to the heart of a complex imagination densely embedded with suggestions and experiences.

The author highlights the sense of humanly daily events, which are likely to touch upon anybody’s existence and experience. Anybody can catch on signs and hints of something that keeps on outliving time in their soul, in their memory.

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Explore Timeless Masterpieces‎ by Toni Frissell

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Toni Frissell (1907-1988) began her career as a photojournalist and fashion photographer. She is perhaps best known for her pioneering fashion photography and her informal portraits of the famous and powerful in the United States and Europe, including Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, and John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy. She is noted for taking fashion photography out of the studio into the outdoors, thus placing an accent on the active woman. She is also known for the imaginative angles, both physical and metaphorical, from which she covered her subjects.

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Christophe Gilbert, a photographer who manipulates his own images into works of art

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Christophe Gilbert is a Belgian photographer from Bruxelles, specialized in visual art. Born in Brussels in 1962, Christophe Gilbert started by taking courses of photography to the Academy of Ixelles in the course of the evening during one year. The CCB Awards (Creative Club of Belgium), whose objective is to precede and promote the Belgian creativity, rewarded him in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005. Its Levis countryside was retained in Photograph Awards 2005 of the AOP. In the same way, the public could discover Gilberts creations with the AD Print Festival 2006 of Brasov. As a self-described detail-maniac fanatic, Christophe truly believe that small details can make a huge difference. Christophe’s impressive client list includes DDB, Euro RSCG, FCB, Ikea, Levi’s, LG Electronics, Mercedes, Ogilvy, PlayStation, Publicis, Saatchi, Samsonite, TBWA, Toyota, Volkswagen, Rubicam among others.

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Exquisite and feminine surreal portraits by Melania Brescia

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Melania Brescia is a young digital artist from Malaga, Spain. Since she started her photography career she worked on numerous projects for a variety of clients. With her skillful creativity, Melania creates exquisite and feminine surreal portraits that guarantee to really get your attention.

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Computer generated art mixed with photography by Christophe Huet

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Fascinating images created by French Photoshop retouch master Christophe Huet. His work is a perfect fusion between old-school photography and digital created composites. He masters the barrier between reality and his own imagination resulting in mesmerizing surreal images.

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Accidental Art / Impressive Mistake Series by Vladislav Antonov


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Russian artist Vladislav Antonov, created this amazing series called "Accidental Art/Impressive Mistake". A series created and inspired by Television Signals. Television signals is somehow a language that express itself in unpredictable ways, creating this way a visual footprint. In other words a unique form of art.

Artist is the keeper of emotions that come from all around: from sky, from ground, from paper shuffling, from fleeting forms, from a cobweb - Pablo Picasso

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Paul The Antisocial Corgi

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Paul “the Antisocial Corgi,” is a typical celebrity in that he enjoys his fans but from afar. Although he loves to play with humans, Paul “doesn’t like dogs, he’ll ignore them in parks and lunge if they get too close.”. With fans worldwide, Paul has become Instagram famous for his pink aesthetic, artfully staged photos, and generally amazing, floofy look.

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Sending love from us to you by Christopher Funk

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Sending love from Christopher Funk to all. February has long been a month of romance. It is the month associated with Valentine's Day celebrations. Valentine’s Day, also called St. Valentine’s Day, is when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. This holiday has origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. The festival, which celebrated the coming of spring, included fertility rites and the pairing off of women with men by lottery. At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius I replaced Lupercalia with St. Valentine’s Day. It came to be celebrated as a day of romance from about the 14th century.

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Sensuality meets simplicity in this monochrome artworks by Johan Swanepoel

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Born and raised in South Africa, Johan Swanepoel commenced his career as an engineer / project manager. Fifteen years later he became involved with the licensing of stock images and presently works as a freelance stock photographer and graphic artist.

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What If Famous Painters Had Their Own Modern Logos by Milton Omena

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Milton Omena is a programmer with the heart of a designer working as a VR and AR developer for architecture visualization. One day Milton was thinking about how to expand his design boundaries and get out of his comfort zone. Eventually, he thought of painting styles and painters personalities and how each of them would have a unique logo, brand or product. This is how he got into this project: "What If Famous Painters Had Their Own Modern Logos", take a look and enjoy it !

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Human nature through the lens of Sabrina Guzman

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Argentine artist Sabrina Guzman explores society and human nature through her photography.

In 2015, together with her partner Paul, she launched the creative association ARTE COPADO. Passionate for the unknown but anxious to know, Sabrina travels the world capturing extraordinary places with her camera. She also creates singular images that reflect her experiences and feelings. She draws inspiration from her love for the stars, the sacred languages, and the eternal respect for the environment and the human being.

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Covers and movie posters by Ryo Ishido-Brighton

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A well-designed poster is important because it piques viewers’ interest in the subject it depicts. New York-based multi-award winning multimedia graphic artist Ryo Ishido-Brighton combines photography and art with more traditional design elements to create captivating covers and posters across all kinds of media.

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Creative imaginative self-portraits by Lillian Merritt

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Lillian Merritt never imagined a future behind a camera, it was always ballet shoes and tutus. However, the moment photography presented itself she could not imagine a life without it. The passion to create the worlds she sees in her mind has driven her forward in her art. Through self-portraiture, Lillian is able to place herself into theses fanciful and whimsical worlds, experiencing them both as herself and someone else entirely.

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Dancers by King Douglas

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Dance should look effortless seems to be a universal ideal.  The extreme effort  and years of relentless practice required to meet this ideal are accepted as the price that must be paid.  These photographs,  taken in class, rehearsal, and performance, represent King Douglas attempt to capture the elusive transformation of muscle, bone, and sweat into what is sometimes an intimate and moving experience for dancer and audience alike.

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The Wall by Staudinger & Franke

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Vienna-based Staudinger & Franke—an award-winning photography, postproduction and CGI studio that’s been included in Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide—recently shared its captivating and striking photo series titled "The Wall".

In this project women in the nude are captured in the midst of trying to break free from "The Wall".

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The Sun of the White Desert by Elizaveta Porodina

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In her experimental fashion and fine art photography, Elizaveta Porodina travels through time and space, extracting the underlying emotions in her entrancing productions. The Moscow born studied clinical psychologist  plays with melancholic symbolism, sets connotations, sometimes ambiguous, sometimes honest and obvious – her range widely varying between cinematic, fashion and almost documentary imagery. Whether in dramatic black and white or vividly colored artworks, the Munich based photographer is a master of dark romanticism.

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Touchy and Powerful portraits by Shirren Lim

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Shirren Lim is a Malaysian photographer living in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her portraits are very powerful and stand out due to their crispness, their quality and their creativeness. Shirren’s work has been described as intense and earthy with her simple composition cutting to the heart of the subject matter.

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Coup de tête (French for headshot) series by Allan (Kofi) Thompson

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Coup De Tête (French for headshot) is a project created by the digital designer & photographer Allan (Kofi) Thompson. This project is based on human behavior and the mind, a project where Kofi explores and tries to understand human beings.

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Artist Ard Gelinck is reuniting iconic pop stars with their younger selves


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Ard Gelinck is making the fantasy of time-travel a reality, using photoshop to digitally splice popstars with shots of their younger selves.

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Artist Liu Yunsheng Uses an impressive technique to Reveal Expressive Faces of Tibet


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Chinese artist Liu Yungsheng creates hyperrealistic portraits. The portraits seem to come alive by capturing his subjects, down to the smallest detail. Yungsheng spent a majority of his life in and around Tibet, and his works tend to focus on the people, landscapes and lifestyle characteristic of this region and era.

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MANIAC, a series of images for the metal band Mass Hysteria by Eric Canto


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MANIAC is a shocking yet fascinating series created by Eric Canto for the new album of the French heavy metal band Mass Hysteria. Eric has been photographing artists for the past ten years. As a graphic designer, he has created and produced album covers, works of art, posters, among other projects. At present Eric works in collaboration with magazines, labels, tourers, bands, and artists. 

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