Photographer Paul Brouns of the Netherlands calls this shot Venice of the North. He’s inspired by the rhythm, lines and color patterns of an abstract geometrical world. He nails these abstracts and his color sense is a joy.
Cheryl Pagurek’s latest work projects modern news images into delicate, old fashioned teacups and saucers. The cups become a window onto the world, merging past and present, private and public, order and chaos.
This is a vintage glass lantern slide of a river in Florida, circa 1930. While posting to another blog I curate, it struck me how much these slides can look like paintings, including the rowboat image below.
Tim Jarosz creates these wondrous cityscapes by collaging and digitally modifying the color and texture of his photos. He is a professional photographer and designer based in Chicago.
From an early age, Indian born, Los Angeles-based fine art photographer Rohina Hoffman understood that hair had power. At the age of seven, Hoffman’s two ponytails were unceremoniously cut off.
In this Quick Hit, a reminder that we often forget to appreciate the talents of daily news photographers, like Stephane de Sakutin, who works for the news agency Agence France-Presse.