London-based photographer Madame Peripetie’s conceptual series Metamorphosis was created for the jewelry designer Daisy Feng. Shrouded in a sheet and adorned with the delicate, spider web-like jewlery, a woman’s body becomes transformed into something architectural. The series is all about that transformation. It takes something as familiar as the female form and quite literally objectifies […]
A 52 Week project: one photo every week for a year. Easy, right? Not necessarily. Outside my usual comfort zone with photography, my challenge of this project is to experiment with new techniques and be as conceptual as possible. These photographs explore my thoughts, inspirations and dreams.
Over the summer, I was lucky to be in a group show out in the Hamptons with this guy. His work fixates on small moments that we might otherwise forget about. I wish I knew how to spray paint like him. He pretty much has a show a week, so just check out his blog for the next opening.
Photography, like any art form, can be used for reflection. So when you get reflection within reflection, then it gets really, erm, reflective. Robin Soulier has plied his trade in the puddles of the world, capturing striking images of the distortion created from an image settling on the surface of water.