Tag Archives: surreal

posted by Angela

TRUE COLOURS by Lex Pott

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Who knew of all these hidden colours… “Lex works with 6 rectangle panels of industrially processed brass, aluminium, steel and copper. He applies various chemical processes to generate oxidization of the material and records the formula with typography on the … Continue reading

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Source: Mocoloco

posted by Angela

SWALLOWABLE PARFUM | A new cycle of evolution, really?

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I came across this beautyful concept. I love the imagery / concept made by Lucy Mcrae. Edited by my dear friend Ine van den Elsen. Swallowable Parfum is a capsule that enables human skin to emit a genetically unique scent … Continue reading

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Source: Lucy Macrae

posted by Angela

Elizaveta Porodina LIGHT effects.

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I came across these picture of  a photographer named Elizaveta Porodina, I love the way she uses light in her pictures. She prefers to work with natural light-a preference which has emerged from the initial lack of equipment and the … Continue reading

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Source: Porodina

posted by Angela

Compact Disc: RAINBOW of reflections.

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While photographing this watch for Doortje Vintage I fell in love with all the colours it was making by reflecting. Just try making pictures of a compact disc, this already feels so vintage, don’t you think?

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Source: Online Doortje Vintage Shop

posted by Elisa

Beautiful ZERO gravity.

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French photographer Philippe Ramette is a great master of creating impossible situations, often using nonsense humor. He has the ability to defy gravity. You might thinks it’s a clever piece of photoshop, but the opposite is true. Ramette believes nothing … Continue reading

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Source: FreshPics

posted by Ioana

The surreal world of GUY BOURDIN

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Guy Bourdin is my favorite artist of all times, at least for now. His work featured in Vogue and Harpar’s Bazaar and in the 1970′s he ruled the fashion world as a photographer. Till this day he remains one of … Continue reading

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Source: Guy Bourdin