Eager to leave their comfort zones and “embark on a little creative exploration,” South African couple Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger have dedicated their time to traveling the world. In 2015, the pair quit their 9-to-5 jobs and set off on a 2-year adventure. This trip around the globe brought them to 40 countries and culminated in a comprehensive collection of photographs, which the duo has creatively compiled into a unique series of artistic composites.
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UK-based artist Liam York creates mesmerizing portraits that appear to magically come to life when the colors are inverted.
Satirically specializing in sharing “the correct names for things” with the world, Twitter account Correct Names comically captions photographs of everyday...
Barack and Michelle Obama may no longer be living in the White House, but that hasn't stopped them from retaining their title as America's favorite First Couple. During President Obama's 8 years in office, White House photographer Pete Souza captured their captivating love in an extensive collection of photos. Inspired by these snaps, creative couple Cassi and Adam enlisted the help of photographer Natasha Herbert and event planner Covesa Gragg to reenact them in a stunning series of engagement photos.
Austrian artist Gustav Klimt is known for his ethereal, pattern-rich portraits.
In need of some summer reading? If so, look no further than the Metropolitan Museum of Art's website.
Throughout the 20th century, creatives across many movements, mediums, and styles began to explore the practice of collage art. The inventive and innovative approach to art attracted artists due to its one-of-a-kind aesthetic and unique, pieced-together process. Beginning in the modernist period and continuing into the contemporary art world, the collage art form has undergone a series of changes as more and more artists opt to explore it.
In her new solo show, Stranger Than Earth, artist Redd Walitzki showcases her memorable and meaningful approach to portraiture.
California-based artist Russell Powell continues to create impressive imprints that blur the line between traditional portraiture and experimental body art.
For years, artist and photographer Fong Qi Wei has been skillfully slicing photographs into awe-inspiring scenes showcasing the passage of time. Known as “time slice” photographs, each work of art combines several photos taken at different times of day to produce a single, strikingly cohesive composition. To create each piece, Wei snaps several photographs of the same location over a period of several hours. He then digitally divides the images and extracts a single strip from each.
With a preference for portraiture and an artistic attraction to “modern freshness,” Slovakia-based artist Maria Svarbova produces expressive photographs that explore everyday actions and...
The esteemed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) re-opened its doors last year, following a three-year expansion project.