Nihilisme by Jessica Michaud
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Stephen King Project by Anna Pożarycka
ChromoIllusion by Inkyo Back
author statement: “One color carries its own meaning. Two colors create a harmony. Three colors create something totally new.” My goal through my installations, no matter the space or size, is to create a dynamic and visually interesting space that captures the viewer in a web of color. I want to create an emotional response that could be surprise or shock, creating a ‘wow’ or overwhelming moment to the viewer.
Wooden LEGO blocks by Mokurokku
This is funny how today we are looking for simple and easy things. I think people are already bored or tired of fancy, high-tech crafts and stuff. First LEGO actually was made from the wood and just after long some time it has been developed to plastic toys. However, design company Mokurokku despite the LEGO’s effort to make something new with their product, took the old model / concept of it instead.
Installation concept by Fabian Buergy
Conceptual Depletion by Amruth Pillai
Conceptual photograph of many burnt matches plus an unused one left, representing the consumption of non-renewable energy and the remaining resources. It’s kind of a deep meaning.
I used tons of indoor lighting and a white sheet to illuminate the backdrop, and used some clay to hold the matchsticks up in order.
365 Self Portraits by Alex Stoddard
Black and White photography by photo-beginner Arnoldas Lukas Vaitkunas
see more his artwork on DeviantART
About the author: Photography for me is just a hobby. I am fascinating about the places, where different shots can perceive different story. I am 20 years old, from Lithuania and currently living in Aalborg, Denmark where I am studying Service, Tourism and Hospitality management (Sports and Events management specialization).