Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 17/12/2012 - 11:29
Russian photographer Andrew Osokin has done a phenomenal job of capturing such bizarre ice formations, you can explore hundreds more photos over in his LensArt profile.
Submitted by Bonthom on Tue, 11/12/2012 - 12:46
A funny collaborative project by Paris-based retoucher Cristian Girotto and photographer Quentin Curtat entitled, “L’ Enfant Extérieur (The Outer Child). Link here.
Submitted by Bonthom on Fri, 16/11/2012 - 09:27
After taking a photograph of his draining kitchen sink Reddit user Liammm realized he had inadvertently captured something else entirely, a pretty spooky eyeball peering up from the swirling water. See it quite a bit larger here.
Submitted by Bonthom on Fri, 16/11/2012 - 09:18
Photographer and artist Adele Enersen has a little baby boy named Vincent. When he’s napping in a peculiar pose (which most babies are likely to do — y’all so crayzay!), Adele snaps a photo and imagines what he’s dreaming of. Then she draws it. The result is prettyyyy adorable. Sure, sometimes Vincent’s eyes are open, but hey, everybody’s different. So he likes to nap with one eye open! I can’t blame him, I do the same thing. I mean, if I ever let my guard down then who knows what could possibly happen?! Probably get a decent night’s sleep, now that I think of it.
Submitted by Bonthom on Tue, 13/11/2012 - 11:47
“Half” is a portrait series in which each subject is depicted before and after drug abuse in a composite photo. London-based photographer Roman Sakovich photographed each person twice—in the “after” photo he applied theatrical makeup to his subjects to give the appearance of drug abuse. The final images were composited digitally. Sakovich created the series in order to explore public perceptions of drug users.
Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 29/10/2012 - 08:31
Weird Beauty is a series by Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov, in collaboration with make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, where the faces of female models are painted in unique and visually powerful black and white designs. For the project, Khokhlov says “…we decided to deny any color in our series except black and white to make more accent on forms and volume.” You can see the whole Weird Beauty series at Behance.
Submitted by Bonthom on Fri, 26/10/2012 - 13:40
Photographer Mikko Lagerstedt first taught himself to use a camera in 2008 and has since fallen in love with the medium, having captured hundreds of dreamlike images of the Finnish landscape he calls home. This latest body of work called Edge was taken exclusively in Finland over the last few weeks and captures perfectly his somewhat unsettling approach to landscape photography that can be equal parts beautiful and just plain eerie, with strange figures lurking just on the horizon. You can follow Mikko’s photography on his blog, viaFacebook and on Behance and prints are available on RedBubble.
Submitted by Bonthom on Tue, 23/10/2012 - 10:10
For this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show, i.d.e.a. branding and advertising agency turned models into motorcycles. NO, they’re not magicians — they hired artist Trina Merry to paint the bodies of yoga gurus (aka flexy people) to look like a sport bike, a dirt bike, and a cruiser. I know, a little disappointing to learn that no magic was involved, but still, the finished result is pretty impressive nonetheless. What’s not impressive intheleast is this 6-pack I tried to airbrush onto my gut. I did a bad job!
Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 22/10/2012 - 11:47
Explosions is a series of high speed photos featuring different objects blowing the eff up. You can see an exploding baby doll head, potato, Troll, camera and more! Sooo much more. Okay, fine, like… three more. The pics were taken by Alan Sailer, the same dude who brought us the series of exploding food (plus crayons). Thanks Alan, for filling the explosion shaped hole in my cold, blackened heart. Now if only we could find something to fill the XXL Grilled Stuffed Burrito-shaped hole in my stomach. Know what I’m sayin’? I’m sayin’ drive me to Taco Bell already, mama’s gotta eat!
Submitted by Bonthom on Fri, 12/10/2012 - 10:08
Sydney-based artist Catherine Nelson refers to herself as a painter with a camera, in that she doesn’t see the world as a photographer does but instead uses photos as a medium with which she creates these fantastic miniature worlds. Each work is comprised of hundreds of photographs which she digitally stitches together, drawing from an extensive background in visual special effects having worked on such films as Moulin Rouge, Harry Potter and 300