Hajdu Tamas’s delicate, and sometimes humorous, photographs of everyday life in a Romanian town offer a unique glimpse into a culture on the brink between the past and modernism. This native son isn’t afraid to take shots of the absurdity life presents.
Lasting only one day, the beauty of Echinopsis cactus flowers has to be enjoyed in their moment of glory. In a lovely video montage including dozens of the colorful cacti blooming and then wilting, you get to savor some of the fleeting life of these amazing plants. More at EchinopsisFreak
Most tourists preserve international coins from their travels as mementos to be stowed away in some keepsake box never to be seen again but for Andre Levy, they provide the perfect canvas for some fun disguises.
Inventive artist Joshua Ben Longo recently added his Monster Skin Rug business to Kickstarter. Based on the idea of a bearskin rug, the Monster Skin Rug is made from wool and polyester felt and can help monster-lovers add handmade décor to any room.
Made from 3500 frames over seven days, this stop motion video shows a VW Golf being wrapped. Since the person doing the wrapping isn’t included in the video, it looks like the car is being wrapped all by itself. The wrapping was done by autoapklijavimas.it.
Arthur Fellig captures a candid glimpse of moviegoers in a darkened theater in New York circa 1943 for a one-of-a-kind series of photographs. Using an infrared flash and a special film, the Austrian photojournalist was able to take pictures in a rare setting displaying a direct reflection of behavior at the time from teenagers stealing kisses to the commonality of men dressed in buttoned-up suits.
CJ Hendry illustrates different food on French designer plates that are amazingly real and so well done that it’s hard to believe she made each one in just a day for her series “50 Foods in 50 Days.” Posting a picture of her work on her Instagram account every 24 hours, Hendry exhibits complete devotion to her hyperrealism art as no detail is neglected in the ornate, oversized plates nor in the featured food item of the day.
Alan Lawrence captures his son William seemingly floating in midair to raise awareness about Down Syndrome in the series ‘Will Can Fly.’ The Utah-based art director takes pictures of William and superimposes him in front of beautiful sceneries and in humorous situations such as the one where he is sneaking into the refrigerator with a mischievous look in his face.
Looking more like a dancer in a hip hop video rather than a skater punk, Ana Maria Suzano’s skateboarding style is truly her own. This video clip showcases her moves and helps you appreciate the talent she is just beginning to realize.
Chow Hon Lam illustrates superheros and their not-so-glamorous jobs in the series ‘Part Time Job.’ His witty take on matching the perfect real-life jobs to each superhero’s powers are brilliant and quite a revelation to their practicality besides obliterating crime.