Here at Lost in Internet, we love how artists see things differently than the average joe. To many people, chicken feet is chicken feet. But to the wife and husband team, animal feet could be just as useful and beautiful as hands…at least in photography.
Ever hear of the term “the elephant in the room?” In this case, it’s a cloud in the room. The photographic series of Berndnaut Smilde called Nimbus centers around creating a cloud indoors and taking a picture of it at the right moment before it dissipates.
Li Hongbo’s creative spark was ignited early on in his life. Growing up in China, he was fascinated with the flexible nature of paper through the paper toys he played with and the paper lanterns around him.
From Mongolia to the muddy banks of the Amazon live communities unchanged since the dawn of time. Some tribes are nomadic, others reside in places many of us would deem inhospitable, and all are absolutely free.
Fin DAC is not your typical graffiti artist. He doesn’t freestyle it with paint cans and you won’t find him in the middle of the night wearing a backpack and a hoody. The London-based artist incorporates a paint/stencil style into making murals of, you guessed it, fierce, tatted-up women.
Giving a whole new meaning to the snow-angel concept, New Orleans-based contemporary performance artist and dancer Heather Hansen has devised a most elegant method of showcasing her ballerina-like grace.
The time is near when the iconic Hershey bar will become a thing of the past. A multi-year partnership between 3D Systems, providers of 3D printers and innovative 3D solutions, and The Hershey Co was announced just last week. The collaboration will produce new forms of delectable confections and a whole new way to experience and enjoy the tastes of a familiar brand.
There is something so terribly poignant about an empty space which once throbbed with life. Within that poignancy lays a tragic beauty, the ghosts of dreams and the shriveled roots of hope. This collection are images of such sites, some of which have, poetically, now been reclaimed by nature.
Thinking big and painting even bigger, Etam Cru is a graffiti duo comprised of artists Sainer and Betz. Hailing from Poland, they are fast garnering worldwide acclaim thanks to their incredible creations of quite staggering proportions.
Manifesting the mystical musings of the Brothers Grimm is no mean feat. Photographer Kilian Schoenberger has managed it spectacularly. Few tales drip such gravitas as those inspired by the haunting woodlands of Central Europe, the area where Schoenberger was born.