Watching his twin daughters Laura and Gina playing around with household items inspired Eric Klemm to create this enchanting series called ‘The Sweetie Project.’He used some old classical paintings as a reference for his set-up, e.g. the girl with the red bow is an homage to one of his favorite painters Rene Magritte.
Hossein Zare is a self-learned photographer based in Bushehr, Iran. Hossein starts his work by capturing beautiful landscape or cityscape pictures, and then creates stunning surrealistic artworks using photo manipulations.
Toronto-based photographer Kotama Bouabane has an incredibly poignant series called “Melting Words.”
The ice letters form typical break-up phrases, with their indelible messages transcending the medium’s own impermanence.
Genius French artist Thomas Lamadieu has illustrated a series of scenes in the sky directly onto photographs of urban landscapes. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky in-between tall buildings and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Men and women, young and old, you name it…everyone is included in Jedediah Johnson‘s unorthodox photography series: The Make-Out Project.“I once took a personality test that I felt was very accurate. It said that people with my specific personality type like to collect people and experiences. That’s what The Makeout Project is all about, my interactions with people and a shared experience between my subjects and I. Specifically, in The Makeout Project I put on lipstick and kiss people. Then I photograph them.”
Oh, Banksy, we love how you never seem to miss a beat. Painted on a quaint stone wall on Clement Street in Bristol, United Kingdom is a new mural from the famed artist depicting a scenario thats becoming all too familiar in this ever-so saturated digital world.
The art at this year’s Coachella made just as big of a statement as the music. From the giant astronaut to garbage cans shaped like ice cream cones, here’s a look at the various breathtaking installations at Coachella 2014.