If you ever decide to visit Bordeaux, France make sure you visit this Instagram-famous bookstore Librairie Mollat that is well-known for its ongoing photo series called Book Face. Its employees have found an activity that brightens the day for them and their customers.
Paul Buscato is a Spain-born and Norway-based artist, and he has created an ongoing photography series that aim to capture the world through a prism of childlike imagination and play.
Reuben Wu is a Liverpool-born and Chicago-based musician and photographer, and he is the one behind this genius idea to use drones as mountain halos.
This artist uses paper cutouts to brighten the famous landmarks and we promise it will awaken your imagination!
Somebody has found a unique street vendor in Vietnam and now everyone online is obsessed with him.
A 28-year-old-self-taught British photographer named Cameron-James Wilson has created an absolutely gorgeous Instagram model Shudu Gram. Even though everyone praises this stunning dark-skinned model, there is one thing – she doesn’t exist. Being a digital artist that Wilson is, he managed to create a lifelike model that embodies his idea of beauty. As Wilson says himself, “Shudu represents what I’ve always seen as beautiful, but something I don’t see often enough. Although there’s a slight change happening now, more people…
Japanese schoolchildren apparently love chalkboards, and drawing art on them. That’s why manufacturer Nichigaku started a Blackboard Art contest! They received 50 submissions from 249 students. The blackboard art was extremely varied in subject, from fantasy landscapes, to mount Fuji, to celebrations of extracurricular activities. These kids have some collaborative talent and Nichigaku made sure to reward them: the winners received gift cards up to 100,000 yen ($812 or €716) in value.
Technologies often help us to find new passions. For example, John Wilhelm, a son of a hobby-photographer, wasn’t particularly interested in the art of taking pictures before he discovered digital cameras. And while he didn’t find fiddling with film reels and lenses that exciting back in the day, nowadays working with photographs as well as editing them is his true passion.
You know what’s a lucky coincidence? It is when you are at the right place, right time and also wearing the right outfit. Thats something one can’t plan ahead.
Sometimes you see a photo and can’t help but think how did it come about. Was it perfectly timed? Was it a mistake? Was someone crazy enough to come up with this on purpose? All you get is questions and answers to which you may never find out.