Dutch photo artist Scarlett Hooft Graafland spent four months in the Canadian arctic to produce her Igloolik series, including Lemonade Igloo (above), which really is made from blocks of frozen orange lemonade. –Polar Bear The images eloquently convey the frigid, barren nature of Canada’s far North, in a […]
This series created by award-winning photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt illustrates a doomsday scenario for the United Arab Emirates when a cheap, clean hydrogen fuel is developed in 2017. The oil-producing regions sink into chaos as oil drops below $10 a barrel. The scenes show zoo animals released into the […]
Artspace, one of my favorite browsing sites, has put together a portfolio of works by artists on view at Art Basel, the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs – including this edgy and elegant piece by photographer James Welling. See more on Welling at David Zwirner gallery. […]
These near-surrealistic style photographs are from France, Austria and Hungary by Akos Major, born in Hungary, now living in Vienna. These works are from his series, Still. See more on his website, here.
This photo of Swedish artist Anders Mohlin captivated me as I was browsing, and it warranted sharing. The light alone makes the shot special, but it’s also the composition as a whole. Beautiful image, gorgeous spot.
French photographer Alain Delorme is a rising star, someone to watch closely. He was selected for the prestigious West Collection, picked as one of only 7 international artists to be featured in an exhibition from an online competition that attracted 2,650 artists from 80 countries. These images are […]