Our world is so full of wonders that new and amazing places are discovered every day, be that by professional photographers or amateurs.
Interesting shots taken by people around us..
Curated by Ivo Nový
Located near the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt, Desert Breath is an impossibly immense land art installation dug into the sands of the Sahara desert by the D.A.ST. Arteam back in 1997.
The artwork was a collaborative effort spanning two years between installation artist Danae Stratou, industrial designer Alexandra Stratou, and architect Stella Constantinides.
Thanks to Chinese gaming company NetDragon Websoft, our planet finally has an officially licensed Star Trek building. From the ground, the flagship office looks like any other ordinary building; but, from the air, it transforms into the USS Enterprise from Star Trek.
Though I'm sure you've seen body painting before, perhaps you've never seen it so beautifully done like this.
Joanne Gair is a premiere make-up artist/body painter who's worked with the world's top supermodels and celebrities. The way she uses the body as a canvas is remarkable.
Instagrammers couldn't get enough of the celestial phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge Friday evening despite disappointing conditions.
Manhattan was aglow with a smeared golden light as the sun aligned with city cross streets, bursting through a cloudy sky. The haziness gave photos of the biannual phenomenon a Monet-like quality.
Instead of having this little unused space removed, designer Christi Azevedo was asked to transform it into a full service guest apartment.
It might not look like it from the outside, but by adding height to the original brick building, it allows enough space to include a kitchen, living area, bathroom and a bedroom.
Deep in the belly of New York’s subway system, a beautiful untouched station resides that has been forgotten for years with only a limited few knowing of its existence.
Stunning decoration with tall tiled arches, brass fixtures and skylights run across the entire curve of the station, almost a miniature imitation of Grand Central Station…
But it sounds like something straight out of Harry Potter, right?
These spectacular photos of dancers interacting with white clouds of dust look like they come straight out of The Matrix.
The photo shoot was organized as part of an advertisement for for Campina Friesland Kievit, a Dutch company that makes coffee creamer.
New York City was the urban culture capital of the 70s and 80s, setting trends and leaving an impression on the world. While the Big Apple has maintained its creative influence, a lot has changed over the years. Taking a look back at photos by documentary photographers from three to four decades ago, one can see a clear difference, especially in the NYC subway.