Black-and-white photography: when color doesn’t matter

By | September 29, 2014

Photographers were making photos long before multi-colored cameras.  And then the photographers had no choice: it was all black-and-white. It would seem that the benefits of shooting in color are vividly seen and there is a need to use the latest technological advances. However, there exist something in a black-and-white photography  that is difficult or even impossible to convey… Read More »

5-year-old autist artist

By | September 29, 2014

Autism is not a disease, but rather a special type of world’s perception, a view from a different reality. The 5-year-old Iris Grace from the UK is a perfect example of what an unexpected and valuable gifts can be found in the “people themselves.” Iris is a young and talanted autist artist and her work is often compared to paintings… Read More »

The best Street Art

By | September 29, 2014

For street artists the whole world is just one big canvas. That is why street art developes at the fastest pace of all existing art forms. Street art is primarily a social phenomenon that reflects the society and its aspirations. It is not constrained by censorship and the limits of decency, so artists create on the walls of cities all they want.… Read More »

Limited Edition Perrier Packaging Inspired By Street Art

By | September 29, 2014

Perrier Sparkling Natural Mineral Water has announced the official release of its limited edition perrier packaging inspired by street art. Featuring original works by the three leading international contemporary and street artists, JonOne, Kobra and Sasu, these vibrant packaging designs embody a bold and youthful energy that is the core to the spirit of Perrier. Each artist has… Read More »

Wonderfully Surreal and Bizarre Portraits Of People Melting

By | September 29, 2014

When we feel distressed, we sometimes feel like we’re falling apart or melting in despair; these wonderfully surreal and bizarre portraits of people melting beautifully encapsulate those moments. Created by 21 year old Georgia-based photographer Molly Strohl, she appropriately titled this series “Jettison”, which is defined as a voluntary sacrifice of cargo to lighten a ship’s load in… Read More »