The pictures create a story where elderly people look at the mirror and face reflections of their younger selves. The concept of young people looking at their future selves in a mirror is a quite frequent motive of various stories. Thus a vice versa concept approached by Tom Hussey is a novelty and creates a strong and inspirational statement. The photographer uses soft lightning, dim tones and eloquent surroundings in the pictures to create emotionally moving stories of people.
Probably every beginner in photography has a bunch of long exposure shots of in his portfolio – usually of a pretty city panorama at night. Although most of us are familiar with the method, Finnish photographer Janne Parviainen took this technique to a whole different level, by tracing the whole room with a single LED light. The artist says that one picture takes around half hour to make, for the exposure has to be open as long as it takes to trace all the objects in the frame (at night!).
Aspara pencil manufacturers from Mumbai, India found a creative way to help the customers choose from a pile. The company in cooperation with the artist Vipin Baria from Delhi, India created an advertising campaign communicating that Aspara drawing pencils make pictures come alive. Vipin Baria drew several portraits reacting to the pencil, moving over their faces. The unique idea is definitely eye caching and puts a smile on one‘s face.