Using synchronized beams of light, two Finnish artists have created a powerful commentary on the rising sea levels that threaten our planet. With Lines (57° 59 ́N, 7° 16 ́W), Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho have wrapped buildings and the surrounding landscapes with lines that mark a point of where the sea could arrive at some point in the near future. This means everything below the line would be submerged. It’s a hypothetical that’s not unrealistic.
Many of us commute on public transportation and wish that the minutes would fly by.
Understanding light is an important part of photography, but do you really know why?
Many of us dream about ditching our “normal” life and hitting the open road. Canadian couple Isabelle and Antoine are two people who have made it happen. “We lived a comfortable life,” the former engineers recall, “but when reaching our mid-thirties the years seem to repeat themselves.” Determined to make a change, they decided to take the leap and quit their jobs to become nomads who live in a converted van.
For many years, French photographer Réhahn has called Vietnam home.
Photographer Nicolas Bruno is no stranger to a bad night of sleep.
In this day and age, who hasn’t given their selfie a virtual nip and tuck before posting? We live in a world where sharing your photos online is commonplace and where technology has made it easier than ever to adjust your appearance. But at what cost? British photographer Rankin set about finding some answers in his new series Selfie Harm.
Saatchi Art is shining a light on the talented female artists present on their platform with its newest catalog.
For many years, fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell captivated us with her enchanting series titled Wonderland.
British photographer Jimmy Nelson translated his upbringing living in Asia, Africa, and South America into a successful career documenting indigenous communities. This curiosity never left him and he channeled his creative energies into artistically photographing the native peoples of every continent. His latest publication, Homage to Humanity, is an interactive look at the people he encounters and the lands he visits.
For many creative people, their furry friend doubles as their muse.
Italian sculptor Paola Grizi has spent her entire life immersed in the art world.