Joseph Ford is a Brighton-based photographer. He created these hilarious camouflage portraits of people wearing knitwear that blend in with their background. The amazing matching knitwear are actually hand-knitted by Nina Dodd.
This is a photograph by Lisa Congdon. Lisa is basically a great illustrator, but she also likes to collect things, so here she has captured items from her own eraser collection, beautifully arranged by color.
“This woman has been in more selfies than anyone else in the world, and she’s still smiling! Assembled from hundreds of images collected from Instagram, “Mona Lisa Selfie” is a clever reflection on what a personal picture of a hyper-famous work of art means in the digital era.”
A short video directed by Daniel McKee.
This amazing series called Art History in Contemporary Life by Ukrainian artist Aleksey Kondakov, depicts figures from classical paintings reimagined as part of modern-day life in Kiev.
These are stills from the film Blade Runner 2049, directed by Denis Villeneuve. I really loved the noir atmosphere and the amazing art direction that stay true to the original Blade Runner from 1982. The excellent cinematography is by Roger Deakins. Villeneuve’s film has some really epic scenes that take place in the dystopian world of a futuristic Los Angeles. The film’s score is composed by Hans Zimmer, which also follows on the tracks of the original awarded soundtrack by Vangelis.
This is a collection of shared photographs that started as a thread in Reddit website. Users from all over the world share their real-life pics of hotels, buildings, or sceneries that seem to be taken …out of a Wes Anderson movie! These are images for the fans of the director’s visual style: perfectly colorful, retro and stylized!
An amazing red-tiled pool near the beach, in direct contrast with the all-white library room both situated in The Library Hotel at Koh Samui, Thailand. The rest of the hotel doesn’t look bad either.
Neil Krug is an American artist based in L.A. He also directs music videos for bands like Boards of Canada, but when I saw his vintage-style photography, I was captivated. Many times using expired Polaroid film, Krug has a distinctive 70’s nostalgic look, playing around with rich colors, psychedelic notes and Instagram-style filters.
In Japan, manhole covers don’t have to be ugly. Japanese sewer lids can be beautiful, intricate examples of urban design, with references to local sights, traditional printmaking, history, architecture and pop culture . The above images are part of a photographic project by S. Morita, who has recorded over a thousand manhole covers around Japan over the years.