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The Adventures of Tiny Toy Cars

The Adventures of Tiny Toy Cars

The Adventures of Tiny Toy Cars

Currently a student at the London University of the Arts, nike tn chaussure 21-year-old Swiss photographer Kim Leuenberger first began the series of photographing miniature cars by experimenting with a new camera in her backyard. solde adidas chaussures She photographed a blue toy minivan alongside paddington bear and the photo was an instant hit on Instagram. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren grijs Since then, asics pas cher she has added to the series by finding all kinds of beautiful locations and adding different vehicles to her collection of toys. Adidas Schoenen She says she loves the vintage and classic toys because “they had a life and want to tell you their stories, nike air max and that’s what I want to transmit with my pictures,

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Various Monumental Statues and Their Landscapes

Various Monumental Statues and Their Landscapes

Various Monumental Statues and Their Landscapes

French photographer Fabrice Fouillet takes photos of colossal statues around the world in his new series Colosses. Clayton Kershaw Authentic Jersey Fouillet has traveled to locations such as Russia, Asics Pas Cher China, Japan, sac a dos fjallraven Ukraine, nike air max 2017 heren zwart and Senegal, the photographer captures images of the monuments from a distance that results to what seem to be normal-sized figures overlooking their surroundings. New Balance Baratas The statues, Nike Air Max 2016 Dames which were all built within the last century, look oddly out of place in several of their landscapes, Ray Ban Goedkoop whether it is atop an isolated hill, oakley pas cher in the middle of a barren plain,

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Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Maximum Margagnoni, a young photographer born in Rome is engaged in the search for new forms and landscapes. He prefers the image of a forest or a valley captured in black and white because it creates an effect of an enchanted place, away from the reality.

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31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

31 Days of Food Creativity by Hong Yi

Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi created a series of fun illustrations made with common and not so common food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate.

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Landscapes Formed From Human Bodies by Carl Warner

Landscapes Formed From Human Bodies by Carl Warner

Landscapes Formed From Human Bodies by Carl Warner

We previously posted a review of London based photographer Carl Warner‘s Foodscapes and now he’s back for more exciting and unique photo projects that will blow your mind.

As his work got famous over the photography industry and in many magazines and television ads, the artist looked for other subject matters he could use in his landscape settings and he came to the idea of using human bodies. In this series, Warner contorted human bodies, lit, and manipulated them to form expansive landscapes similar to barren deserts and mountains. He shoots all of the forms in his studio and then digitally pieced together using Photoshop.

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Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Foodscapes By Carl Warner

Foodscapes By Carl Warner

Carl Warner‘s Foodscapes series uses real food, meticulously and painstakingly arranged to resemble landscapes, both well-known and imaginary. It can’t be denied that there is some editing, but the attention to detail of each picture is very clear and meticulously made.

Warner uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and bread, and builds entire worlds that look unbelievably realistic. His food art include ships sailing, the Great Wall of China and forests and mountains.

The Foodscapes received international recognition back in 2008, and Carl has been coming up with new pieces ever since. This has led not only to many commissions for international clients such as Nestle, Unilever and General Mills, but also to a publishing deal with Abrams books which saw the launch of his first book ‘Carl Warner’s Food Landscapes’ in November 2010.

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