The lighting makes these pictures surreal, at the edge of the illustration. Shadows subtly distorted by the white lines of each lot, the soil colors specific to each sport represented. Objects appear to float in the air. Kelvin Murray took a picture of different sports. Energetic and dynamic at the same time, yet managed to capture a perfect stillness.
In 2011 Alessandro decided to buy an old (but super well constructed) motorhome, Hymer 1983 and move it along the south coast of Portugal in some of his favorite places along the european coast. He did that to be able to realise his personal photography project. This is a small series of images Alessandro took when going to bed over the course of 2013.
Russ Chimes releases his newest song 'Turn Me Out' along with a visual jewel. The bright colours, random images and clever editing give it a smart edge. Director's duo Mathy and Fran delivered just the right video for this song.
Sailor & I from Stockholm releases the visuals for their cinematic song 'Tough Love'. The beautiful Scandinavian scenery and aged man combine well with the orchestral song. Good color grading and slow-motion shots do the rest. We already have high expectations for their next release.
Giants Among Men is a project from the South African photographer Dillon Marsh. He documents various large man-made objects that are modelled on everyday subject matter around South Africa. The weird proportions make the objects look like they don't belong in their environment.
There is a quietness to the Eternal Moments photo series that is made slightly eerie do to the use of animation. Another example of the growing popularity of animated photography, this series is beautifully contemplative. It really captures the idea of an ‘eternal moment.’
Inspired by the Inception movie, Simon Gardiner pictures Paris in a special way. Usually a sports photographer, he approached these photos totally different.
The ominous series, entitled 'Nameless,' features pastel hued rooms with inanimate objects coming alive as they float up off the ground and around the unoccupied spaces. The pictures seem to tell a story, one features a dog on a leash who looks scared as he floats up off the ground and looks round the corner; another shows us an abandoned room where the pattern of the floral wallpaper starts fragmenting and floating around the room.
To the borders of the country of Castelnovo Sotto, beetween the stream Morella and a roman road, in a landscape context characterized from channels, ditches, rows, shrubby stains, gardens, villas and agricultural houses it places the "House on the Morella".
Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé created the series ‘Alternative Landscapes’ due to the need of something else, because he actually hates landscapes. Thus he decided to stage his own vision of landscape and created an art installation where he lit various outdoor locations with a glowing little light square. By the way: the pictures aren’t photoshopped: Paillé suspended a 1×1 m cube for his beautiful illumination that have kind of a poetic space and time purpose.
TV is Evolving. Yes, the screens are getting thinner, but the real evolution is the content. Beautifully thin flat screens with streaming internet are making television increasingly personal. The challenge of having all this content to choose from is how to harness it. You need a remote for the TV, a keyboard and mouse for the internet, and a controller for gaming. Toggle delivers a touch experience without a touch screen. Points on the remote’s surface are mapped to specific keys and functions. But here’s the twist.