• Biggest Cities Then and Now

    Biggest Cities Then and Now show how world is changing and how converging are all cities around the world. The same skyscrapers, glass, concrete and steel. Only some old characteristic buildings make it easier to identify.   Comparison of evolution of world’s biggest cities during past years till now can make you dizzy. Some of the […]

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  • Waves from the inside out

    Clark Little was born in Napa, California and he is award-winning photographer recording the beauty and power of Hawaiian waves. “Clark’s view” is a unique and often dangerous perspective of waves from the inside out. Visit his web for more photos and products: www.clarklittlephotography.com        

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  • 40 years of censorship in Spain

    A book, La censura franquista en el cartel de cine (or, Franco’s censorship in movie posters), by Bienvenido Llopis, analyzes 40 years of censorship in Spain. Book contains posters, comics, novels, news stories, postcards, photographs, magazine covers. After censorship, movie posters with Holywood stars, like: Ava Gardner, Rita Hayworth or Marilyn Monroe, have little common […]

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  • STIHL Lumberjacks Campaign

    We used to think that man who works with chainsaw must have muscles made of steel… Not in this ad campaign. STIHL Lumberjacks Campaign brakes stereotypes.                                                           […]

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  • Hyperrealistic sculptures by Kazuhiro Tsuji

    Works of Kazuhiro Tsuji who was born in Kyoto, Japan, for movies like “THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON”, “PLANET OF THE APES”, “THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE” are just a short list of his splendid work with make up, portrait painting, photography and sculpture for movie industry in Hollywood. Hyperrealistic sculptures by Kazuhiro Tsuji give better effects […]

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  • Vintage bike posters

    At the end of 19th century bike was the most popular personal vehicle. Bicycle ads, just before cars, motorbikes and all the engines dominated the world, were more common than now. Here are some vintage bike posters, some of them made by famous artists like Alphonse Mucha and Henri Thiriet.

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  • Portraits of Women under the water

    Photography studio Staudinger + Franke, based in Vienna, made a series ‘Barrier’ – portraits of women separated from the viewer by a barrier of water. Reflected light and motion transforms pictures into beautiful canvases. Portraits of Women under the water are now fashionable, everyday you can find a new session. But only few of them are […]

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  • The Sea as a distillation of all the forces of nature

    Thierry De Cordier is a philosopher, performer, sculptor, writer and poet who In the last few decades dedicated himself to painting. He studies seascapes, in an effort to move beyond the romantic, sublime landscape. Influenced by the monochromatic topographical paintings made in China in the 17th and 18th centuries, he works with oils, enamel, and […]

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  • Portraits of fresh and wilted flowers

    Isabelle Menin, Belgian photographer, has a background in painting and creates portraits of fresh and wilted flowers that melt into each other. They are not only gorgeous in form and color, more like masterful illustrations and paintings than conventional photographs but also uniquely expressive. Menin calls her works “inland photographs and disordered landscapes”. Emotions and […]

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  • Nudes in the countryside and city landscape

    John Crawford who’s one of New Zealand’s best known photographers says his aim is to capture images that have a high degree of interest and contrast, don’t look too technical, and are easy to look at and enjoy. Part of his original series of nudes in the countryside and city landscape you can find here, […]

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