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Sonia & Mark Whitesnow

The variety in technique, lighting, costume, and style in collaborative duo Sonia & Mark Whitesnow’s photographs is unreal. They effortlessly jump from surreal to sci-fi, to high fashion photography with ease, bringing a unique touch to each shoot.

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Oscar Bolton Green

I’m absolutely loving London based Oscar Bolton Green’s quirky illustrations of figures and objects set up in dense compositions.

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Levalet’s Wheat Paste Street Art Interacting with the City

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Street artist Levalet more than only uses the public space as a canvas.  The artist’s wheat paste images interacts with the city itself.  His life size subjects lean, sit, and lie down on the surfaces they are pasted on.  He even incorporates everyday objects such as books and umbrellas to further bring his work to life.  You can find his work on walls, on the street and in galleries, scattered throughout Paris, France.  [via]

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Highly Creative Design From Lise Lefebvre

Based in the Netherlands, Lise Lefebvre has accumulated a conceptually unique design portfolio full of surprising material selections. Really fun stuff that definitely pushes boundaries. A lot of Lefebvre’s work consists of experimental one-offs, but commissions can be requested through her website.

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Janol Apin Creates Literal Translations Of Parisian Subway Stops


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Janol Apin’s “Métropolisson” is a creative project that illustrates the literal translations of the names of various Parisian Metro station stops. The collection of photographs features more than 100 images of Apin’s friends posing in the underground subway stops; from an astronaut in the Champ de Mars station, to a couple dancing tango under the Argentine stop, he leaves nothing out.

With clever puns and creative costumes, Apin makes it possible for this work to be understood by anyone…there’s obviously no need to speak French to capture the essence of this work. Almost every snapshot from this series is comprehensible through the upbeat and universal imagery that the photographer creates. (via Bored Panda)

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Torbjørn Rødland

Beautiful surreal photographic collages by Torbjørn Rødland and a few spreads from the book I Want To Live Innocent.  


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Christopher Locke’s Heartless Machines

Christopher Locke‘s sculptures combine meticulous craftsmanship and a nerdy sense of humor. My favorites are his spiders made from scissors confiscated by airport security.

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Ofra Lapid’s Broken Houses

Ofra Lapid’s Broken houses series is based on photographs of abandoned structures neglected by man and destroyed by the weather. The photos are found on the web while pursuing an amateur photographer from North Dakota who obsessively documents the decaying process of these houses. His photographs are used to create small scale models. Afterward, in the studio, the models are photographed again, omitted from their background and placed in gray. Eventually these are Digital pigment print size 30×36 cm.

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