Posts by Kristine Mitchell



July 12, 2016

Explosive Fragmented Images Capture Humans at Their Breaking Points

American artist James Bullough presents a collection of disjointed figurative characters, fragmenting into their surrounding space. Based in Berlin, the accomplished painter understands how to integrate detail, motion, and color to create dynamic, impressionistic works. His newest series, Breaking Point, features an ensemble of distorted, yet thoroughly complete images, as he explores the human psyche and intrinsic physicality that is the mind-body connection.

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July 7, 2016

This Summer’s Magical Photos of Japan’s Annual Flurry of Fireflies in Forests

Summer has arrived, which means longer days and warmer evenings to be spent exploring the great outdoors. In Japan, this season is marked by a magical, natural phenomenon as fireflies spread through the forests around the country, lighting up the night sky. Resembling tiny paper lanterns, these little winged beetles communicate with one another through their steady glows, creating a breathtaking view in the process, if you are lucky enough to stumble upon them.

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