Interesting idea to combine food and landmarks together.
These images by Swedish photographer, artist, and Photoshop genius Erik Johansson are anything but ordinary. What at first appears to be a room, house, or street quickly shifts into a mind-boggling optical illusion, using creative manipulations of perspective to keep the viewer perplexed. From cars driving on the underside of the freeway to people living on their ceilings, Johansson’s strikingly convincing realizations of spatial impossibilities will have you second-guessing your surroundings.
They are very impressive photo work to reflect our electronic life today.
When your wife leaves you with nothing more than an empty apartment and a bull terrier, what do you do? Why, draw comical situations for the dog with a marker pen and take pictures! That’s what Rafael Mantesso did when his wife left him on his thirtieth birthday. Together with his bull terrier Jimmy Choo, they pretended watching Mad Men, getting shot out of a canon, joining KISS… all in drawing, of course!
This is photo manipulation at its most basic: Stephen McMennamy’s #combophoto project takes two pictures and aligns them as two halves that give a quirky whole. It relies more on photography than editing skills. Plus, it lets McMennamy indulge in his love for construction machinery.
Photography might not steal your soul (except for selfies), but it’s adept at capturing the intangible magic of the moment. And few do it better than Alexander Yakovlev with his dance photography. He has a good eye for dancers and scene composition, catching them at their most expressive and dynamic. Watching a dance live, the eye wouldn’t have time to register the majesty of all the moves.
For some reason unbeknownst to me, people make weddings out to be this big serious occasion. Yes, committing your life to someone else is a big deal, but it doesn’t have to be so stiff and boring. It’s your wedding day — you are allowed to laugh and show off your individuality. What better way to do that than with a simple touch like your wedding cake topper?