Seychelles is a country made up of an archipelago of 115 islands off the west coast of Africa. Known for its gorgeous waters and rich tree-covered islands, it has become a popular tourist destination in recent decades. But one small island called Moyenne remains an oasis within paradise.
Austrian photographer Wolfgang Bohusch is known for his editorial and lifestyle photography, but he still makes time for personal projects.
The history of Italy, home to the Vatican, is historically tied to the Catholic church.
Since 2008, Brooklyn-based artist Alyson Shotz has been creating intriguing works which are composed of yarn wound around thousands of tiny pins. For Derek Eller Gallery in New York, she created Sine (above), a monumental wave that moved across two gallery walls. Though the lines themselves were meticulously created using yarn and pins, the shadows created the illusion that people were witnessing a 3D form. Would one classify this as a drawing or a sculpture?
Master miniature sculptor Alan Wolfson just wrote to us to tell us about his latest project, “Katz's Deli/Closing Time.
French artist Grgoire Guillemin must have a thing for superheroes. How else could you explain his past two sets? He first caught our attention with his remarkable retro series (which he calls “Exercices de Style”) and then he intrigued us when he used Illustrator and Photoshop to create what looked like paper-cut works. His latest digital set is called Smooth Heroes, and this time he's taken a very cool, minimalist approach.
Finding some time to yourself can be difficult in this crowded, fast-paced world, but photographer Gilles Monney has discovered the...
Photo enthusiast Jayson Hay combines his love of graffiti and his passion for light painting in this awesome series he cleverly calls Photon Vandalism. Though he simply states it as “Killing the night with light,” the series is much more complicated than that. His set of 40 photos is the work of over three years of trial and error as he attempted to capture graffiti in a way that had never been done before.
While we're used to writing about extraordinary travel destinations or must-visit art festivals, it's cultural events like this that really...