Posts Tagged ‘photographer’

Dancers Out and About


Photographer Jordan Matter created his series “Dancers Among Us” as a reminder to “relish moments large and small, recognize the beauty around you, and be alive!”

Dreamy Works by Noell S. Oszvald

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Little is known of S. Noell Osvald, unless it is a Hungarian photographer who has done a beautiful series of black and white works very striking. His images are evocative, witty and very attractive. Play with the shapes and creating beautiful scenery minimalist scenarios in which women and animals come together in prints full of […]

Iconoclast Series by Erin Mulvehill


In her first two series, Human, Being and Iconoclast, Erin Mulvehill’s great interest in the forms of earthly and transcendental life were already expressing themselves. These images have a quiet strength and a true concern for the world expressed through beauty and iconography in context.

The Best Photographs by Greg Williams


Greg’s photographic style merges reportage together with cinematic lighting and composition. As a photojournalist Greg shot news features in such trouble spots as Burma, Chechnya and Sierra Leone in the 1990′s. He also worked on in-depth photo essays that tackled such issues as CJD (the human strain of Mad Cow Disease), Thalidomide’s second generation of […]

Head Portraits with Creative Settings


The series De Cabeza by Spanish Photographer Jorge Miguel is amazing! It features portraits of head in colorful and creative settings. Very creative art works!

Chilling Underwater Series by Erin Mulvehill


Erin Mulvehill is a young photographer based in Brooklyn, who graduated with a BS honors degree in photography from Syracuse University. Unlike many modern photographers, she shoots on analog 35mm film (she scans the negatives to do post-processing in Photoshop). In this post you’ll see the breath-taking photos captured in her Underwater, to be reborn […]

Interesting Book Art by Thomas Allen


American photographer Thomas Allen constructs witty and clever dioramas using figures cut from the covers of old pulp paperbacks. Using salacious pulp art drawing’s of the ’40s and ’50s that covered books such as ” I Married a Dead Man” and ” Marihuana Girl’, Allen constructs one set of pictures up close while obscuring another, […]