Landscape

October 3, 2019

Empty Meditative Landscapes Visualize the Tranquil Beauty of Silence

Inspired by his “own vision of landscape,” Samir Belhamra crafts scenes that blend reality with fantasy. Based in southern France, the visual artist has no shortage of beautiful scenery to inspire him, from its azure coasts to its lavender fields. For his latest endeavor, however, Belhamra has crafted an imagined world typified by a sense of tranquility and evoking the Smell of Silence.

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September 17, 2019

Spectacular Smeared Sky Photos Are Impressionist “Paintings” for the Digital Age

Photographer Matt Molloy has something in common with Impressionist painters. For the better part of a decade, the Canadian creative has crafted sky photography that look like paintings from the defining artistic movement. Depicting daylight and nighttime, the images appear as though they were manipulated with a brush and highlight brilliant hues that are smudged into artful changes of color—just like the painters of the late 1800s.

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August 7, 2019

Interview: This Photographer Is on a Mission to Shoot All of Australia’s Stunning Deserts

Four years ago, photographer Joshua Smith embarked on a new passion project. Fueled by a love of Australia and inspired by a particularly impactful flight over the Simpson Desert, Smith decided to document the continent’s 10 striking deserts—all from the seat of a small plane. In this series of photographs, Smith offers viewers a chance to experience these landmasses through a new lens.

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