Photographing his children with sensitivity, Alain Laboile reveals snapshots of great beauty, such as stolen moments of a beautiful day of summer. Beautiful images in black & white, freezing time and at the same time providing lasting memories for his family.
Photographer Edgar Martins had the unique opportunity of working with the European Space Agency to document the agency and the work it does. Working over 18 months, the photographer has managed to capture the most comprehensive photo survey of the agency yet. Traveling to over 15 different facilities, Martins’ photographs capture not only the incredible scale of some of these sites, but also the vast amount of technology available to the agency’s scientists and engineers. Check out the fantastic photographs now and head to Edgar Martins’ site to see more of his work.
Aussie artist Ian Strange has opened his latest installation outside the Art Gallery of South Australia. Dubbed “Landed,” the architectural installation features a matte black structural recreation of the Strange’s own 1920s suburban-style home – positioned in the gallery’s forecourt as if it dropped right out of the sky. Seemingly sinking into the ground beneath it, the isolated “Landed” juxtaposes the neo-classical composition of the museum itself – as well as its urban surroundings – and playfully evokes The Wizard of Oz and an interruption of Western cultural motifs. Ian Strange’s “Landed” is on display through May 11 along with the entirety of the museum’s celebratory biennial exhibition.
Katja Kemnitz is a photographer for whom photography is a passion, not just a job. This artist works on children photography, but also shots where nature is omnipresent. Fascinating photographs, where human seems to blend into the natural and wild spaces.
American studio McNabb & Co based in Philadelphia has created this beautiful collection of wooden sculptures called “City Series”. Beautiful representations of buildings.
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Thanks to satellite Landsat 5 in orbit for 29 years, we can discover beautiful pictures of our planet. The device, now put out, was able to capture more than 2.5 million images of the Earth during its 150 000 revolutions of the globe.
Artist Shu-Chun Hsiao lives in Taipei and was inspired by the icon drop of Google Maps to create unusual birdhouses. Called “Google Birdhouse” visually very successful project that provides homes for birds.