Now based in Iceland, German photographer Ben Simon Rehn has unparalleled access to the evocative landscapes that lure creatives to the island. An adventurer at heart, the landscape photographer ventures out into the far reaches of the country—often by airplane—to get new views of Iceland. In two portfolios titled Art of Nature, Rehn unleashes his creative vision of the Icelandic landscape from above.
Anyone with an allergy to cats knows the discomfort that comes with spending time near a feline.
Cheetahs are imposing animals, especially given their ability to run up to 70 miles per hour.
Portuguese artist Odeith is a master of illusion art. Using spray paint, he’s able to add visual depth to flat surfaces. The resulting images seem so realistic, it’s hard to believe that they’re all just a painted illusion. His latest triumph transforms an isolated cement structure in an abandoned warehouse into a wrecked school bus. The mind-blowing illusion is so real, it’s causing a sensation online.
High up in China’s Wuling Mountains sits two Buddhist temples.
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Spanish illustrator Cristian Blanxer recently completed a moving mural in Berlin as part of Urban Nation‘s One Wall project. Covering the side of a large housing block on the outskirts of the city, Blanxer’s painted mural appears like a piece of double exposure photography. A pedestrian moves within a narrow city street that opens up to a sliver of bright blue sky, all fit within the silhouette of a young girl’s profile.
It’s that time of year again. With college move-in day rapidly approaching, there can be so much to think about.
Bordeaux has cemented its status as a top destination in France for art and culture with the opening of MÉCA.
Software developer Nicholas Sherlock is a passionate photographer who uses the analytical skills required in his work to push forward his photos. When he can’t find the right piece of equipment to meet his needs, he develops his own using his 3D printer. Sherlock’s latest creation, sparked by his fascination with macro photography, saw him create a 300mm macro extension tube for just $10.
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Monitoring your health may get a lot easier thanks to technology being developed by a team of researchers in Germany.