Parisian photographer Laurent Kronental’s latest photo series, Les Yeux des Tours, captures life through the porthole windows of the Tours Aillaud—a social housing estate in the Pablo Picasso district of Nanterre. With 18 towers ranging from 7 to 38 stories high, the housing project accounts for a total of 1,600 apartments. It was designed by Emile Aillaud between 1973 and 1981 as a response to the post-war housing shortage.
Photographer, engineer, and entrepreneur Dan Piech has long been fascinated by the possibilities of ultra-high resolution photos, spending over a...
Creatives are often influenced by the world around them—especially city dwellers.
Long distance relationships are a challenge for even the most solid partnerships. It’s hard enough when a couple of hours driving separate two lovers, but it’s even more difficult when that division is thousands of miles. Rob and Joli Switzer are a couple whose love has gone the distance—both literally and figuratively. Rob, who is from the U.S.
Ex-rocket scientist turned filmmaker Julian Tryba of Alinia Media is back with a new timelapse that combines math and art...
South-African photographer and visual artist Elsa Bleda captures moody, nighttime scenes that radiate a dream-like fluorescent glow.
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein tells the tale of two cities through aerial photography. His series LA NY features a birds-eye-view look at two world-famous metropolises: Los Angeles and New York City. In breathtaking shots, we get a sense of the idiosyncrasies between the two coastal locales, from their architecture to commutes to leisure activities. Milstein captured all of his LA NY shots from the air, without the help of a drone.
The alluring black and white photography of Jason M.
Photographer Zsolt Hlinka creates imaginary places out of real architectural forms.
Every year in Japan, spring’s cherry blossoms burst into summer's colorful flames known as “hanabi taikai,” which partially translates to “flowers of fire.” The 200 fireworks shows are part of an annual tradition dating back to the 18th century. Pyrotechnics across the country compete to create the best spectacle, lighting up the nighttime skies with utter beauty.
Photographer Andy Yeung continues his look at Hong Kong with a new series of stunning aerial photographs.
Tokyo at night, washed in vibrant neon colors, is the inspiring subject of Masashi Wakui‘s stunning photographs.