Canadian creatives Caitlyn R.C. Brown and Wayne Garrett recently joined forces to create a stunning art installation resembling a life-sized cloud, made from over 6,000 light bulbs and 1,500 pounds of...
Canada amateur photographer Don Gutoski has been crowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 for the remarkable photo above, titled “A Tale of Two Foxes.” It shows a red fox standing with the carcass of a white fox in its mouth.
Toronto-based cinematographer Jon Simo created this trippy portrait showing how an infrared camera sees things compared to an ordinary camera. Simo shot the photos using a modified Panasonic GH2 that had its sensor’s infrared filter removed.
British photographer Sam Irons captures deserted landscapes around the world in the series 'Grid Reference'. The images, which range from vacant lots to empty urban landmarks, are typically composed in a minimal manner with pastel colours.
Looking at Anders’ photographs remind of old Super 8 films of parties, weddings and family holidays, remind of proud parent’s taping the first steps, the first words of their children. Even though the images can’t be compared with those old vintage movies, we all know, in their style and aesthetics they have the same power: to show life as simple, intimate and beautiful as it is. Johansson manages to become part of the scene in front of him. His images document and record, but not from a distance. Without being close ups in a technical way Anders’ works are close ups of the life in front of his camera.
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