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Architecturally-Inspired Self-Portraits by Photography Duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís – Colossal

Self-taught photographers Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís play out their love affair with architecture on their Instagrams @drcuerda and @anniset, posing each other amongst unique geometric elements found in buildings across Europe. The pair are both architects by trade, and met while studying at … Continue reading

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Fence and Border Interventions by Icy and Sot

Responding to issues of border control and the refugee crisis, Iranian artist duo Icy and Sot (previously) created a variety of fence and border interventions. The Brooklyn-based brothers most recently installed a piece outside The Lot Radio in New York, … Continue reading

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Memory Lapses

A series of installations using overexposed reflective material to create gaps in the image by Montreal-based photographer Francois Ollivier. The effect is like experiencing something ethereal that dissipates through time, at least for me that is. Memory Lapses are temporary installations … Continue reading

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Everyday Objects Obsessively Organized into Patterns by Adam Hillman

New Jersey-based “object arranger” Adam Hillman has really stepped up his organization efforts the last few months, pushing his precisely organized patterns of everyday objects into increasingly more complicated designs. Everything from breakfast cereal to office supplies finds its place … Continue reading

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Heart-Wrenching Video Shows Starving Polar Bear on Iceless Land

Lack of sea ice is making it more difficult for polar bears to find food. Source: Heart-Wrenching Video Shows Starving Polar Bear on Iceless Land

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Transient: An Extraordinary Short Film That Captures Lightning at 1,000 Frames per Second

Filmmaker and photographer Dustin Farrell spent over a month this summer traveling some 20,000 miles for the sole purpose of filming thunderstorms around the United States. Using a pricey Phantom Flex4K high-speed camera he filmed lightning strike after lightning strike … Continue reading

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Puzzling Portraits of Identical Twins by Photographer Alma Haser

In her latest series, German photographer Alma Haser combines the portraits of several pairs of twins by literally puzzling their images together. Haser first photographs each twin separately, then prints their corresponding photograph onto a 500 or 1000-piece puzzle. Finally, … Continue reading

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‘The Art of Flying’ Captures the Shape-Shifting Wonder of a Murmuration of Starlings

A murmuration is the intricately choreographed movements of a large flock of starlings as they swoop through the sky. The phenomena appears like an undulating cloud, quickly shifting directions, density and shape as it traverses overhead. Due to a relatively … Continue reading

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Nottingham Road: Photos by Elsa Bleda – Faith is Torment

There seems to be a trend towards giving night shots the neon treatment and Johannesburg-based photographer Elsa Bleda follows that trend. What differentiates her images from the others is the cinematic feel of her photos, almost like a Wes Anderson … Continue reading

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Surreal Animated Photos and Artworks by Nicolas Monterrat

Illustrator and animator Nicolas Monterrat (previously) has brought his wild imagination to historical photographs and artworks that he sets in motion and shares on Ello. The short animations blend images borrowed from old catalogues, newspapers, and textbooks with snippets of … Continue reading

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