American photographer David LaChapelle took photos of refineries and gas stations he made himself with materials such as cardboards, tea canisters and straws.
Aiden Glynn, Toronto-based designer, transforms the street, scrap iron, bitumen into funny and contorted creatures. He adds eyes, dangled tongues and moustaches to any object which has interesting shapes we could see while we wander in the street.
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American designer Anne Patterson did an elegant installation to celebrate Grace Cathedral 100 years of music, in San Francisco. This visual creation wants to make the music played in this place more majestuous and profound with a connexion between sound and light. Ribbons used as trompe-l’oeil are here to symbolize rays of light as a way to connect the spiritual world to Earth, God to the terrestrial prayers who rise in the air.
With his series of photographs Proud Wanderer, photographer Howard Lau invites us to look at the world from the point of view of birds in flight. Images of great beauty, very detailed,
American photographer Peter Wegner made Buildings Made Of Sky series to show a new dimension of New York : a town within a town. Turning your head over is enough to discover a new suspended architecture : a sky architecture with skyscrapers made of clouds and sunsets’ colours.
Until February 23rd, the Robin Rice Gallery in New York hosts beautiful prints of different shots of African wildlife made by Zack Seckler from an ultra-light airplane. Images of great beauty taking flying over Botswana with a selection that invites you to travel.
Photographer Niccoló Bonfadini has faced extremely low temperatures to give us these images of trees completely covered by snow. With temperatures ranging from -15°C to -40°C, the Italian artist reveals great shots.