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Chongqing is supposed to be the largest city in the world after the Chinese government decided to merge all districts into one big economic administrative area called province of Chongqing.
Atelier Olschinsky creative studio photographs Ventilspiel Red Bull Ring for Nevertheless Magazine.
Internationally renowned and award wining Australian photographer Peter Coulson collaborates with young and fantastic Alicia of London Models to produce the black and white shoot for Urbandon’s jewelry line.
Not so Bored Housewife – Guy Aroch takes beautiful photographs of Helena Christensen.
Shot by Greg Kadel and uniquely styled by Patti Wilson for Numero, these photographs have that perfect amount of crazy to inspire further creativity and experimentation within fashion.
The second issue of the daring and sensual Treats! Magazine brings a sexually charged and dynamic fashion editorial which is shot by Steve Lyon, titled Filles de Nuit.
Born in 1979, Marc Da Cunha Lopes works and lives in Paris. He studied photography in Gobelins, graduated in 2005. He mainly works for advertising and magazine.
A chance encounter and shared moment with one of natures greatest and most fleeting phenomena.
A personal project entitled “The World Inside Of Us” featuring double exposure portraits by London based photographer Dan Mountford.
Architecture & Design Spotlight: 3D Architecture of Castle Rock, Simons Town, Cape Town by Adrian Owen.
It is difficult for a graffiti writer to explain what he feels about it. Benoit Ollive explains “I have been asked by a book publisher to write few pages to explain to teenagers how to practice graffiti.”
Tim Walker photographs a ‘yak chic” fashion editorial for the December issue of British Vogue, which is often one of the best issues of the monthly publication.
Photographer Andrew Yakovlev collaborates with art director Lili Aleeva to produce what we call a “Modern Renaissance” moment.
It doesn’t matter that summer has left the Northern hemisphere – it just moves South! In time for summer below the equator, here is talented photographer Manuel Nogueira to capture sunny moments with two gorgeous models Carmelita and Barbara in vivid swimsuits.
In this latest editorial for Numéro, the gorgeous Aline Weber plays dress-up for photographer Camilla Akrans, creating this fairy-tale, sensual fashion editorial.
Collaboration of model Mila Krasnoiarova and photographers Stevie and Mada produced an exclusive baroque photoshoot that was recently published in Tank Magazine under the controversial title of God’s Own Country.
On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from February through June, and at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts from February through May, in its only West Coast presentation, Mark Bradford is the first major museum survey of paintings, sculptures, and multimedia works by this leading figure in contemporary American art.
The Browsing Copy project focuses on unloved books, those that remained on the selves unsold. These books are collected from bookstores and designers are invited to use them as canvases to express their creativity.
Design team of Serghii Makhno and Vasiliy Butenko have completed the interior for a restaurant in Kiev, where you can fell like baby bird while drinking cocktail or have a dinner at tornado top.
Hong Kong based artist Man Tsun held a solo exhibition in his town showcasing his artwork which was presented in a unique way; his illustration were featured alongside to a “double-plastic” giving the drawings a more realistic feel.
These photographs reveal one of nature’s greatest phenomena – the annual sardine run. Millions of the fish move north along the coast of South Africa where they are eaten by dolphins, sharks and gannets in a huge feeding frenzy.
For the past two years, V Magazine has featured celebrities on every cover, the latest issue will have four different covers, each featuring a pair of beautiful models.
In a style reminiscent of ‘a man walked into a bar’, today’s photographer Michael Dengler shows just how random magic can be made…
The exhibition Descriptive Acts, on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art from February 18 through June 17, 2012.
When Ben Trovato interviewed Aaron K back in March, he ended the session saying he would like to do more conceptual work in the future. Now the future is here, and Aaron definitely kept his word.