The following series of photos are apart of an ad-campaign for Italian Based shoe firm, Luciano Carvari. Using these playfully surrealistic images, the photographer feeds off the wacky, bold, and daring styles of the shoes to create an intense visual. When viewing the photographs for the first time there is an obvious juxtaposition between child’s play and adult situations. The role reversal captures your attention and never lets it go.
I wear a lot of black and am frequently lumped into a certain black wearing subculture that will remain nameless (hint: it isn’t “dark people”); so I was understandably delighted when I saw these exquisitely polished portraits by Spanish photographer Jorge Miguel.
Most of Bobby Neel Adams‘s whole shpiel is taking two seperate images and composing them as if they were one. Old and young, man and woman, comparing and contrasting two different relationships and how they work together.
Nadav Kander has some really great portrait photography of selected celebrities and political figures. I especially like his series ” Obama’s People” just because of how awkward government employees tend to be when photographed.
Anders Krisár is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm, I especially love these gloomy rooms and photographic ghosts.
I can’t get enough of Caleb Charland‘s photography. He uses any source of light including but not limited to fire, flashlights, and even the glow from point and shoot camera displays and the result is just beautiful.
These are some shots from Bernadinism, the most insane, awesome, mind blowing, infuriating flash website I have ever seen. It is the portfolio of artist Alva Bernadine and features photographs, film, writing, and some of the most intense flash action I’ve ever seen.
Giovanni Bortolani has this really twisted series of people gutted out and stitched back together. To mix it up a bit, there are some portraits of culinary students.