Using digital projection, artist Pimprae Hiranprueck, who goes by Nancy, places herself in photos of the family she left behind in Thailand. According to the artist, her project, titled “Intersecting the Parallels,” was born from the confusion of belonging and explores the definition of home and the complexity of identity. Nancy uses Facebook to fish out the images of her friends or family and projects them on various surfaces and imposes herself into the scenes.
Buenos Aires based photographer Irina Werning has a very interesting ongoing series of photos titled “Back to the Future”, that has a nostalgic but also humorous mood. She travels the world and convinces people to pose for her in order to recreate their awkward childhood pictures.
If you enjoy the following set of pictures, you can check out the entire gallery here.
Fine art photographer Alex Stoddard creates gripping surreal images that look like they’ve come right out of a ghostly fairytale or nightmare – and he’s only 19. It’s unclear whether Stoddard uses digital manipulation or clever scene preparation to get his incredible shots. Whatever the case might be, the result is amazing – the people in his photographs float and writhe through a grim fairytale landscape that can be at once beautiful and terrifying.
At the beginning of 2013, Somerset portrait photographer Neil Bremner’s Father in Law broke the news that he had been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. He is now on the mend but it certainly opened Neil Bremner’s eyes to how important the Movember charity actually is to raise awareness and so he got involved. This was his caricature styled Movember Portrait journey.
In August 2012 we quit our day jobs. In September 2012 we got married then shortly thereafter sold our stuff and hit the road for our “honeymoon” in our new home/truck affectionately known as Herman. We started in Vancouver and drove down to South America and looped back around 457 days later. We have a collection of 12 unpublished limited run of prints for sale on our little store. Each photograph tells a story and carries a little bit of to the next journey magic which you can read all about on our site. Below are a few examples. Deadline to get your orders in is 5pm (Pacific Standard Time) December 8, 2013. Thank you in advance and please feel free to share!
I am a Hotwheels collector and I am a photographer. I should have been a product photographer for a large food company.
A short visual and musical journey through wonderful Myanmar (Burma) made by lithuanian photo/videographer Berta Upe Tilmantaite.
“Me and my friend Lucas were traveling on a boat for 24hours from Yangon to Pathen and stayed on the deck with all other people – locals, traveling to small villages along the river. They enjoyed following every move we make as if they were watching TV and also enjoyed being photographed and seeing their pictures on the camera screen. One little girl, came to us and brought a handful of fruits. It seemed that all Myanmar fits in those small hands.”
Try mentally lining up all of your stuff in one place. Some may gather only few pots and blankets while others probably couldn’t fit everything they own into a stadium. For the last 10 years, Chinese photographer Huang Qingjun has been exploring this topic in his photo series called “Jiadang,” or “Family Stuff” by traveling around China’s rural communities and capturing pictures of families with their household possessions carefully arranged outdoors, usually in front of their houses.