Photography

David Mascha - Adobe Remix

17 Incredible ‘Adobe Remix’ Logo Reworks

17 weird, wonderful and inspiring creations for ‘Adobe Remix’ – the incredible, ongoing, multi-artist logo rework showcase. In 2013, Adobe begun inviting creatives to ‘play, experiment, hack, make, socialize, datafy, dimensionalize, illustrate, and mashup’ their logo, as port of the ongoing ‘Adobe Remix’ project. Since, 17 multidisciplinary artists have used their own signature aesthetic and …

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Project: Materialize by Sydney Sie

How Sydney Sie Used 3D Printing To Make Abstract Art

Sydney Sie’s playfully weird series of diorama’s, filled with 3D printed printed busts, toys, squiggles and lettering. For the collaborative ‘Project: Materialize’, Taiwanese experimental artist and photographer, Sydney Sie, was let loose with a 3D printer courtesy of manufacturers, Atom. The concept was conceived ‘to show how 3D printing can enhance self-expression for anyone’ and demonstrate that ‘artists are …

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Lux Noctis by Reuben Wu

Using Drones To Illuminate Stunning Photography

In a making of video, the photographer behind a series of stunning North American landscapes images, reveals how drones were used to illuminate the scenes. ‘Lux Noctis’ is a series of images depicting landscapes of North America captured by Chicago-based photographer, Reuben Wu. They were aerially lit to draw the attention of the viewer to ‘only to the illuminated, …

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Tim Jarvis - Monolith III

Monolithic Kubrick-Inspired Digital Art Prints By Tim Jarvis

Three Kubrick-inspired, digitally altered images that play on the mathematics and omnipresence of 2001’s tycho monolith. The series of images, entitled ‘monoliths’, are the work of British graphic & information designer, Tim Jarvis. They chart the point at which moody, cold photography (shot in the South West of England,) and mixed media proficiency converge. Monolith I, the first …

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Lofotenislands - Norway

Breathtaking Norwegian Winter Photo series

2016 photo series ‘Winter at Northern Norway’ exhibits the natural beauty and overwhelming scenery of Lofoten. German architect and photographer Franz Sußbauer travelled to Lofoten in the depths of winter and captured the stunning series which showcases the breathtaking landscapes unique to the remote island group. The images depict Lofoten’s dramatic mountains, open sea and the typically Scandinavian architecture found …

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bauhaus and capoeira photoshoot

Sportswear Photoshoot GIFs Exploring Motion And Muscle

Sleek digital cuts and crafty GIF edits manipulate and shake the action-packed, collaborative photo-series, entitled ‘bauhaus and capoeira’. Together In collaboration with Schön! magazine, photographer Pierre Manning, graphic designer Patrick Seymour and gif artist Marc-Antoine Jacques produced the series of altered photos and animated GIF’s ‘exploring the strenuous lines of muscles’. With styling from Bianca Di Blasio Dulcedo, the online editorial showcases bodies in …

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Geometrie #3 Minimal Urban Photography

Paolo Pettigiani’s Minimal Urban Photography

Paolo Pettigiani’s starkly minimal photography captures the angles, detailing and textures of contemporary Dutch and Italian Architecture. Turin-based photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani graduated in ‘visual design and communication’ at Politecnico di Torino and through his academically informed photographic series ‘Geometrie’, he presents architecture in a context where shapes ‘become a way to explore the space’ …

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Tokyo by Franck Bohbot

Photographer Franck Bohbot Captures Tokyo At Night

Through ‘Tokyo Murmurings’, the nightime photographic series captured by New York-based Franck Bohbot, we discover that Tokyo rests, but never sleeps. In profiling the Japanese capitals streets, bars, shops and discotheques at night, Bohbot says that he discovered the city’s ‘whispers, its secret passages’ and became immersed in ‘oversized typography and images of childhood heroes decorating vertiginous walls’. In his …

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