We see daily photos of celebrities or friends who seem to be far from reality in social media. Many users perceiving the “falsehood” in the photos are inspired and play with these situations.
According to a photographer Noe Alonzo: “My name is Noe and have been living in Seoul for seven years. Six of those years I have been a photographer, but people often comment that if they had a camera as good as mine, they could take nice images too.
“Blue Gals” is a series by Montreal-based artist Etienne Dufresne featuring models with blue skin going about everyday activities. For this artist, shooting his strange portraits is a way to bring to life the characters he drew in school while growing up. “I started drawing these colourful characters on paper,” he says. “At school, have expelled me drawing classes.
For Dawid Planeta (previously) art is something more than just visual quality – with the series of dark illustrations he is exploring the dark side of human unconsciousness. After going through depression last year he’s using art to depict the places where dark feelings were coming from. “You need to go deep, deeper than your conscious mind.
Passionate about unusual abandoned places all around the world, photographer Jonk releases a second book called Spomeniks taking us in search of old statues in the Balkans erected in the 60s and 70s. Spomenik means monument or memorial, in the language of the former Yugoslavia.
Gorgeous female portraits by Nathaniel Gerdes (previously featured), a gifted photographer, retoucher and visual artist currently based in Petaluma, California. Nathaniel focuses mainly on female portraiture.