Nothing like aerial photography of big cities. Especially when that big city always has some crazy fog going on. Michael Salisbury is a photographer based out of Chicago that took these over the summer. Check out more of his work on Flickr.
Here’s a look at the finalist for the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The contest is put on by London’s Natural History Museum and BBC. A book of the winning entries and runners-up has been published every year since 1992. This year is definitely packed with some amazing competition. Check out the official website here.
Leila Jeffreys is the photographer behind these bird portraits. As a child, Jeffreys was taught by her pops to rescue and nurse birds back to health. That would explain how she gets these amazing portraits of different species of birds. If you enjoy her work, then you should follow her on Instagram.
Bleacher Report and Adrien Noterdaem, an artist who is known for his ability to recreate the distinct Simpsons’ style, came together to create this celebration of both the show’s 25th season, and the start of the NFL season. View the full feature here.
Os Gemeos recently visited an industrial complex on a Vancouver island, and put their artistic touch onto these giant silos. The duo completely donated a month of their time to convert these multi-story silos into their signature “giants.” They have an Indiegogo page to help recoup some of the costs for the project, and so far has exceeded their goal by $40,000 CAD.
Artist Mateusz Wójcik has combined his two favorite things, sneakers and art, in his new illustrations. Wójcik’s creations are a unique take on some of today’s most popular kicks. The pieces include recreations of the Air Max 90, Roshe Run, and more. Take a closer look below.
German photographer Thomas Herbrich has recently released the photos from his newest series entitled “SMOKE”. These trippy smoke clouds are the results of thousands of photos and countless hours documenting plumes of cigarette smoke.
I need this guy to make me some custom lights for the crib, nam sayin’? James Clar originally studied film and animation at NYU. Eventually he started to develop his own visual systems by controlling and manipulating light itself, and that translates into his works. These are just some of his most recent works, he has much more over on his website.
Artist JC Ro creates these insanely dope Jordan prints out of thousands of triangles (literally). JC Ro has featured such classics as I’s, III’s, IV’s, V’s, VI’s, IX’s, and XI’s in these prints, and they vary in size from 28″x36″ to 18″x24″. All of this featured work (and more) is available for purchase at his webstore: triangleshit.com
These rooftop photos that were taken in Paris honestly look like they could be paintings. Photographer, Michael Wolf, took these after moving to Paris from Hong Kong in 2008. Instead of capturing images of all the iconic landmarks around the city, he decided to focus on the dense rooftops surrounding the city. He currently has an exhibition on view at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco.