Self-taught photographer Zeren Badar describes his latest photography project, Accident Series as “rich, conceptual, sensual and anti-formal” turning “pre-existing works of art into Duchampian ready-mades”. Indeed he is exploring his Dada influences with a peculiar combination of photography, painting & collage. These collages are made with found objects, covered in food, laced in strong shadows […]
Visual Artist, Peter Gronquist’s big showing of SELF PORTRAIT at this year’s 2013 Miami Scope Art Fair.
New York based Photographer Davide Luciano turns those infamous car wrecking potholes into street art with his photo series, Potholes.
Abandoned Amusement Parks bring chills to my body as thrilling as the excitement I can recall back from visiting the amusement parks of my childhood. Here are all the memories rotting in fields and perhaps hosting some ghostly visitors.
There’s something so calming about everything in its right place. Perhaps that’s why I’m favoring the color grouping photos of Brooklyn-based photographer Sara Cwynar.
Take a moment and see if you can work out what went wrong in each of these epic meal disaster scenarios.
These photos from his series The Hyena & Other Men hold an insistence that you stop and pay attention to these images of power that are captivating in ways unknown.
Dina Goldstein’s new photo essay takes aim at America’s favorite doll, Barbie. She’s giving Barbie and Ken a dose of reality by putting them some real world situations. And Yes…these are real models!
Joshua Miller is up next in our “Why My City Rocks” series. His honest portrayal of Memphis, Tennessee will move you to see his city for the cultural haven it is. With pictures that capture Memphis as more than the kitschy landmarks that ends up in the travel guides.
When Sarah Hoke transformed herself into a living pop art piece for halloween she had no idea it would turn her into an internet darling. We saw the pictures, tracked her down and proposed that she create this bad-ass Roy Lichtenstein How-To-Tutorial. It’ll either want to transform yourself for next October or spur you on to create your own art inspired costume.
Italian photographer – now New York City based Giulia Piccari gives us a photo essay built from a dream. We really like the quirky, european feel of her photographs born of an iconic American ideal.