We picked a few photographs from Swiss artist and fashion photographer Roger Weiss.
In his series "Suspension" Roger uses collage of images to assemble models in beautiful compositions.
"In her skin" captures fleeting moment, an intimate meeting of sorts between the subject and the photographer's lens.
More of Roger Weiss photography here.
In Her Skin
Photography by Roger Weiss [...]
Austrian artist Dorothee Golz created series of photo-paintings by merging faces from classic paintings on to the bodies photographed in modern day situations. Results are astounding, and you cannot shake the feeling - you've seen that face somewhere before.
Art by Dorothee Golz [...]
Avid nature photographer and adventurer Francisco Negroni captured some of the most stunning images of Cordon Caulle volcanic eruption in Chile. Through his travels, Francisco documents magnificence of nature in his characteristic imagery - rich with vivid colors, sceneries and scapes hypnotic in their enchanting beauty.
No different with "volcanic" series. Francisco Negroni takes us on a journey so mesmerizing in it's apocalyptic might it brings new respect to powers of nature. Photographer took images from different locations surrounding the volcano, in the background of night sky, enhancing the beauty of natures spectacle.
Francisco Negroni on Flickr
Photography by Francisco Negroni [...]
Vancouver based French photographer Rodolphe Simeon is many things but he's never timid in his visual expression. Bold, colorful compositions, rich in makeup and expressive faces have become his trademark and made Rodolphe one of the sought after photographers. We selected just a small sampling of his work. For more of Rodolphe Simeon go to his Flickr stream.
Photography by Rodolphe Simeon [...]
Seems like sculptural figures from the other side of the wall surface in to our reality one body part at the time.
As symbols in agony of struggling emergence, sculptures posses certain poetic grace in their poses enhanced by lighting and shadows.
Artist behind these captivating pieces is self-thought Italian sculptor Matteo Pugliese. Series of sculptures called “Extra Moenia” or “Outside the Walls” Matteo began creating in 1998. Starting from 1st exhibition in 2001 he had to finance himself, currently Matteo Pugliese is one of the sought-after artist with permanent displays in major galleries worldwide.
For more of Matteo’s work visit here.
Artwork by Matteo Pugliese [...]
Self thought digital artist from Japan - Kazuhiko Nakamura has been creating intricate cyber/steampunk artwork since 1996.
His artwork looks as if created by mad genius obsessed with mechanizing anatomy of the living beings. Attention to the detail is mindboggling, and you can spend hours analyzing details of anatomically correct mechanical gadgetry in each of his works.
More of his art can be found at Mechanical Mirage.
Artwork by Kazuhiko Nakamura [...]
Some artists are using oil and canvas, others like Simon Beck something else entirely. Armed with pair of snow shoes he uses virgin snow in the French Alps to create his Snow Art of patterns, geometrical shapes and figures.
What started as an exercise, developed in to art form to be fully appreciated from the higher ground. According to Simon, they are not that complicated to make when you get the system down. Some of the creations take hours to complete, others more elaborate - days, and sometimes as much time to disappear under fresh layer of snow. There is a fleeting nature in Simon's creations - reminiscent of Tibetan Mandalas.
Simon Beck has been sharing his Snow Art since 2004, and to get a dose of his latest creations follow him on Facebook.
Happy and warm 2014 for you all!
Images via Simon Beck [...]
In his stylized presentation New York based photographer Bill Durgin explores anatomic deconstruction of human form in to anonymous sculptural shapes.
We selected sampling of Bill's work spaning through several critically acclaimed series.
Using recognizable visual narrative photographer appropriates and deforms human shapes into collection of objectified forms.
Artist chalenges us in to acceptance of grotescue poses softened only by the beauty of suggestive compositions and delicate shadows and hues.
Photography by Bill Durgin