When you see his work, don’t let your eyes decide what they are seeing too quickly. Italian-born artist Johannes Stötter has developed his master skills through intricate optical illusions. His impeccable renderings of animals and nature’s motifs on human bodies
Since high school, internationally acclaimed photographer Chris Rivera has had a passion for photography that has lead him down a mystical path of fantasy and the unknown. His photographs are immensely evocative and force a psychological response from the viewer. His skill at
Canadian Dax Justin is not just any landscape photographer with a camera—he is an avid explorer, seeking to frame adventure and contain nature through a lens for self and the world. His work has been featured beyond Instagram across a number of international publications
Mark Clinton, a Sydney-based photographer and traveler, who captures ocean, mountains, forests or beaches. His pictures reflect freedom, joy, happiness and power. In this interview, you will know, what drives Mark and what inspires him for such wonderful works. Hi, Mark.
Albert Einstein once said: “Genius is 1% of talent and 99% percent hard work.” A descriptive example of it is Nala Rinaldo, a Jakarta-Bali, Indonesia-based photographer, former graphic designer, creative director, broadcaster, and TV/Film Director, who is currently working as
Joanna Lemańska is an art historian living in Paris, France who is known for her work in street and architecture photography. She is sought after in particular for her ability to create interesting images by shooting through reflective surfaces like
A Metal Movable Type Block Excavated at Goryeo Palace Manwoldae On November 14, 2015 at Manwoldae in Kaesong, North Korea, where the official royal palace of the Goryeo Dynasty was located, a metal movable type printing block was discovered during an
trashhand is a photographer based in Chicago, IL whose photographs are even more compelling than his pseudonym. Made famous by Instagram, trashhand has been captivating followers since 2011 with his grungy, fearless depictions of desolate spaces, striking urbanscapes, and even