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Inspired by the sterile swimming pools, built during the Socialist Era of her native country Slovakia, photographer Maria Svarbova has created a series of more →
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Do you remember the Invisible Man? We featured Liu Bolin back in 2011, after he had become known for perfecting the art of blending into various backgrounds by more →
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Indian illustrator and wildlife enthusiast Rohan Sharad Dahotre gives nature's most majestic animals the ultimate amount of panache using fine black and white more →
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With a 200 gallon aquarium, water, paint and ink as his medium, Kim Keever creates underwater art for his series Abstract Images. It's not the first time we've more →
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As fans of large scale art and photography, we're so excited about newly launched Be Paper, where the co-creators of design blog Somewhere I Would Like To more →
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I found Waldo. And he's on Instagram! Kudos to this anonymous Londoner for keeping the iconic character thriving with beautiful images of his explorations, more →
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I've always been compulsive when it comes to symmetry and intentionally calculated when it comes to asymmetry. This obviously speaks volumes about my more →
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While we adored Miguel Vallinas' photographic series of people with animal heads, there is something I love so much about his latest series Roots. In more →
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I can't remember what inspired our entire family to take Thanksgiving on the road this year, but all of us were thrilled to spend the holiday in New Orleans - more →
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Inspired by Edward Sheriff Curtis and his iconic portraits of Native Americans, photographer Jimmy Nelson and his 50 year old camera journeyed to 44 different more →
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