The collection is called Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters, a collection of 35 images that find John and Sandro recreating such images as ‘Migrant Mother’, ‘American Gothic’, and many others.
(via Reworking The Classics: Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters By Sandro Miller | First Look | stupidDOPE)
No matter how bored or irritated we might be about the overflow of advertisements around us, public awareness ads still manage to catch our attention.
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Venezuelan artist Gustavo Silva Nuñez paints unbelievably lifelike pictures of people, most of them swimmers interacting with the water around them. With his paintings which are realistic down to the last ripple and gleam of the water, Nuñez likes to take advantage of that trompe l’oeil on his instagram account, where he poses in front of his paintings as if he is touching or applying paint onto real people.
(via Photorealistic Portraits of Swimmers by Gustavo Silva Nuñez | Yatzer)
Nick Gentry, an influential urban artist from the UK, has brought floppy discs and vintage film negatives back to life as part of his haunting portraits. Much of his work is influenced by the development of consumerism, technology, identity and cyberculture in society.
(via Floppy Disc Portraits Symbolic of Outdated Technology)
Yovcho Gorchev aka Yø Vø is a photographer based out of London, UK and a graduate of Royal College of Art.
(via Photographer Yovcho Gorchev [NSFW] › Inspiration Now)
Produced by Excuse My French (premiere-heure.fr/labels/excuse-my-french) & Tigersushi
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Director of photography : Alexandre Icovic
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Whether you find it eerie or amusing—this stunning photo of a Japanese snow monkey using an iPhone captures just how much they resemble us humans. In this 500px ISO exclusive, we asked nature photographer Marsel van Oosten to share the full story behind his amazing shot and technique.