Kyle Thompson’s path to becoming an amazing photographer should be an amazing source on inspiration to anyone who has had such a youthful dream. Using himself as the main character in almost all of the shots, Kyle creates fantastic alternative realities full of signs, symbols and deeper meanings. As he says, he feels more like a writer manifesting his thoughts and moods through visual art than a photographer.
The Flood project is the latest work of the Belgian photographer Harry Fayt.
Fayt´s work focuses generally on aesthetic research related to the theme of water. His artisitic concept is based on the female figure in water. Each and every serie and shot is carrefully created in order to transmit beauty, transcendence, angelism and inspiration for the next project.
The Flood project presents Belgian soul singer Typhene Barrow immersed in an underwater world. Every piece of furniture and details are submerged in the artist´s alternate universe, a second nature,as Fayt would like to call the under water world.
Check Fayt´s web site for more under water shots: www.harryfayt.com
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The participants of Caravaggio Today – The Man Material Group project re-enacted the works of XVII century Italian artist Caravaggio in their workaday clothes in ordinary places. In this project, I try to digitally copy what Caravaggio had realized in a revolutionary way: To show an ordinary person in the limelight of art.
As an adventurer myself, I cannot help but wonder what really is the truth behind Atlantis? This remarkable, yet so mysterious city is know to has been dissipated way back in history when writers like Plato, still remembered of its existence. But despite the unbelievable legends of mysterious powers sinking this wonderful place, has Plato really told us the truth? Why Atlantis still remains a mystery for us? Learn the answers refracted to the prism of our modern world? Reveal the secrets of this mystery!
What kind of society do we live in?
On 19 November 2011, in severe clashes occurred between protesters and the Egyptian police, more than 40 people were killed and more than 500 people lost their sight by getting shot by eye snipers in the most famous battle of the Egyptian revolution known as Mohamed Mahmoud events.
In this series “Voiceless”, I’m shedding the light on those who didn’t get their revenge from the brutality of the police, yet even after 2 years from the actual events. In “Voiceless” I’m trying to show some solidarity with them and give them a voice that replaces their feelings of being voiceless in their society.
A project called “Grey Power” by Design Academy Eindhoven student Yoni Lefevre challenges our prejudices against our elders by showing that elders can be as hip and fun as young people.Lefevre gathered four children, ages 10-11, and asked them to draw a picture of their grandparents just how they imagined them to be. She then asked the seniors to pose for photographs arranged according to the children’s drawings.