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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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After visiting California, Nevada, and Florida and photographing what they deem as some of the best Mid-century modern architecture, artistic duo Geebird & more →
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Stephen Shore's ability to turn something as mundane as a highway billboard or a motel room puzzle into captivating scene, leaving the viewer staring and more →
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Artist Peyton Fulford started her photographic project by asking people from all over the world, via Tumblr, to send her text messages, email text and dairy more →
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This collection of partially submerged ocean shots, by photographer Grace Oda, is like a invigorating, salty refresher on this hot summer day. I want to more →
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What might look like a series of abstract paintings, is actually a collection of aerial photographs of blue salt fields in northern Australia. The composition more →
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I'm loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie's double exposure photographs. His usage of the trees as the fur more →
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By digitally singling out old and neglected building across the western United States, photographer Ed Freeman challenges us to discover these architectural more →
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There is something so mesmerizing and oddly palatable about Texan artist Mark Lovejoy's photographs. His process involves mixing paints, resins, oils, waxes, more →
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"Everyday is beautiful if you choose to see it" says Robert Jahns, also known as Nois7 on Instgram. The German art director manipulates his photographs, more →
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