We don’t always see the same things the same way. That’s the nature of perception, which can be a very fickle thing. Take the video below as an example. Watch it, follow the instructions, and be amazed at the “transformation” of the landscape’s colors. It’s gold dress/blue dress mania all over again.
Like most people, artist Romo Jack enjoys taking snapshots of his everyday activities. He takes this idea of “a day in the life” up a notch, though, as he composes his images in a manner that’s rather one of a kind. Jack takes aerial photos of his activities such as working, cooking, eating, and painting with only his extended tattooed arms visible and with all the objects in the picture arranged neatly.
Texan photographer Emily Blincoe comes up with some truly great photographs simply by arranging objects in a neat and orderly fashion, may it be based on color, size, or shape. Her works, aptly referred to as the Arrangement Series, is definitely an obsessive-compulsive’s dream.
Races where people clad in white are pelted with colored powder are all the rage right now but Marcel Hirscher’s color run is on a whole different level – thousands of feet above sea level actually.
London-based designer, Yoni Alter, creates city silhouettes (to scale) of many major urban destinations. The colorful prints have featured skylines of Toykyo, Sydney, Shanghai, San Francisco, Seoul, Tel-Aviv and others. The iconic buildings and landmarks are created in bright, overlapping colors.