The shortlist is in for the 2014 VELUX Lovers of Light photography competition – the pictures are kind of special. 1. ‘Winter sunrise over West Dorset’, Bridport, West Dorset, by Stephen Banks. View this image ‘ VELUX Lovers of Light/Stephen Banks 2. ‘Early Light, Newlands Wood’,
After getting most of the important stuff out of the way, or at least to a satisfactory (for the time being) point, I’ve started to focus more on the little things. When I first picked up the car it was in rough shape to say the least. In fact, the body was the only part that was in fairly good
It’s always a huge shame when beloved theaters are shut down and forgotten. My city’s favorite old movie theater closed its doors for the last time when I was a teenager and was quickly replaced by a rug gallery, which made everyone a little sad. We all mourned the loss and moved on with our
In this video, Kai ponders ‘what is Art Photography?’ by putting the theories into practice. He tries to hold an exhibition of his own by getting into an artist frame of mind. But it doesn’t exactly go exactly as planned. Watch the video to find out what happens… Connect with us:
Rainbow-Coloured Stairs in Beirut Artwork and Photography by DIHZAHYNERS Art collective Dihzahyners painted this set of stairs in Beirut, Lebanon last June. The 73 steps took 7 hours to paint. For those in Beirut, you can check out the stairs located on Mark Mikhael street. For more colourful
Rainbow-Coloured Stairs in Beirut
Art collective Dihzahyners painted this set of stairs in Beirut, Lebanon last June. The 73 steps took 7 hours to paint. For those in Beirut, you can check out the stairs located on Mark Mikhael street. For more colourful projects and inspiration be sure to check out their active page on Facebook.
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No, these photographs aren’t just beautiful and tastefully arranged pictures of food (although they are making me a little hungry). They are tiny dioramas set up and photographed by two artists named Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida. The two photographers have always been drawn to food photography