According to Charlie Davoli: “I made this photo project by producing a series of imaginary pictures in which human beings are distractedly immersed in a reality that is likely to be possible, where the symbols of the modern civilization are inevitably swallowed by the spontaneous vegetation. The series is entitled “Nature’s Dystopian Nature”.
It’s often the discarded and what’s thought to be of no use that ends up providing that little extra something special. More: All Natural Arts, Facebook h/t: grapee Susan Beatrice creates impressive steampunkish sculptures by recycling pocket watch parts.
In most post-apocalyptic films when the camera pans down the abandoned streets of New York or Tokyo, long after people have disappeared and the buildings have fallen into disrepair, we see nature again thriving. More: Jesse Rockwell, Instagram h/t: colossal Trees and plants take hold in the sidewalks and wild animals like deer, bears, and lions stalk the ruins left behind by humans.
New York City photographer Jim Lind decided that he wanted to include the family cats in everything he and his wife did, so he created the wonderfully surreal photo series “Family Vacation”.
For those who just cannot wait for the new adventures of their favorite superheroes to come out, Japanese photographer Hot.kenobi has a special treat. The artist has a knack for creating intricate scenes that tell alternative stories of many famous superheroes and portrays them using figures. More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda View this post on Instagram . . . Cowabunga . .
According to Laura Nunez: “Hi there! These are a few of my favorite horror movie characters that I have transformed myself into using the magic of makeup. Just in time for the upcoming spookiest holiday of the season. Thank you for your interest and I hope you will enjoy my work.