Clark Little has captured some absolutely stunning photographs of waves, and here he speaks on how it came about & more. He has a new book available now full of his amazing work.
Loft life with a woman who looks like this? Count me in any day of the week, and twice on Sunday’s. Van Styles recently shot these photos of Mercedes Edison, and they’re are quite delightful. What a hump day treat. Stay up to date with Van over on his blog.
I love a good photo contest. It really brings out the creativity in people.
Gentrification in New York City has become a growing issue as of late. For those of us who don’t live in NYC, it may be hard to understand how much the city is changing. Photographers James and Karla Murray decided to document the changing landscape of the Big Apple so the entire world can witness what is happening.
Malls are continually becoming a thing of the past. Online shopping is at an all-time high, and stores are dropping from these giant retail buildings like flies. Apparently, people really enjoy these abandoned malls though, as there is a Facebook page for “Dead Malls Enthusiasts.”
When it comes to using ink and water to create art, it doesn’t get much better than the work of Albert Seveso. In his latest series, “Blackground”, Seveso photographed colorful plumes of ink against a contrasting black background. The results are beautiful.
Alexander Semenov is definitely one of our favorite photographers. We’ve featured his jellyfish photography in the past, which you can view here. This time around Alexander gives us a look at different worm species. Check out Alexander’s website here.
Black & white photos of a gorgeous female in a comfortable bed? Doesn’t get much better than that. You can thank Van Styles for these amazing photos of Erin Cahill. Keep up with the lovely Erin on Instagram.