This past weekend, a Perseid meteor shower was predicted on a very clear night in the Netherlands, a combination that Albert Dros knew was rare. Not wanting to miss this photographic opportunity, he ventured
This book presents a journey through the history of the photobook in Spain—offering new views on everything from the Spanish Civil War to the London punk scene. One of our favorite catalogues for 2014.
Spice up your mealtime with the help of some trippy place mats from Japanese studio A.P Works. The optical illusion of the “trick mat” uses strategically placed curved lines to give the appearance of table
Libya-based creative Mahmoud Jouini uses digital software to render colorful, three-dimensional abstract paintings that look like miniature worlds. Although the images look like snapshots of elaborate,
Being a good superhero is more than just cool powers. Here’s what else you need to keep in mind. Everyone wants to be a superhero, but let’s face it. Some people just aren’t cut out for the job, for any
Renowned French American photographer Vincent Laforet embarked on the photo mission of a lifetime when he soared 7,500 feet in a helicopter above New York City to capture breathtaking aerial photos of
Project info One perceives the world through the manifold of the senses and vision constitutes a fundamental way in which we process this world. Our individual interpretations of the visual experience
Project info These photos show buildings in New York City and how we are willing to live and work surrounded by modern technology. Modern Technology and advancements have changed building, living and structures.