Art / Design / DIY / Photography
Vatsal Kataria, an Indian conceptual photographer, is not just known for capturing unique photographs, but also for creating out-of-the-world DIY projects. Earlier we have seen his exclusive collections – “miniature versions of places from his dreams” and “photo series showing the same scene in two different perspectives.” Now he has come up with another exclusive project that will surely leave you spellbound.
Art / Painting / Photography
What if your favourite painting on the wall could come alive? Well, we’re not sure about all the paintings, but Gustav Klimt’s iconic paintings, which were created during his “Golden Phase” from 1899 through 1910, are brought into real life by photographer Inge Prader. The talented photographer has managed to recreate selected iconic works with the help of real models.
Art / Design / DIY
Most photographers combine their creative impulses with technical accuracy to capture dreamy photos. But Indian still life photographer Vatsal Kataria brings his dreams into reality in form of miniature life-like models. His DIY project is all about recreating miniature versions of vivid places from his imagination or dreams.
Every fairytale has a beautiful princess and a handsome prince. But Russian photographer Olga Barantseva has reimagined her own fairytale world, where a prince has been replaced with ‘real’ wild animals. With her surreal photographs, she has managed to capture the world that’s far away from the digital world or just beyond one’s imagination.
Art / Photography
Previously, we featured Lebanese photographer Omar Reda’s captivating photo series in which people’s hands were clicked to tell their life stories. Now, the talened photographer has unveiled his another striking photograph collection that captures the ‘Art of Holy Faces,’ which features the snapshots of Hindu holy men.
Human hands are of enormous importance due to their complex abilities that help us excel our skills – no matter which industry we belong. In his latest photography series, Lebanese photographer Omar Reda has tried to capture the beauty of human hands that are telling their unique stories.
In the digital era, there are many online platforms for artists to showcase their imaginative artworks. Instagram has become one of the popular social networks where urban artists can scaffold their creative art pieces for the world to see. This online photo-sharing and video-sharing social networking service have given many upcoming young artists an opportunity to show their creative side to a large audience.