Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khokhlov loves capturing images that blur the lines between 3D and 2D. In fact, this has been the theme surrounding his last three projects: 2D or not 2D, Angry Beards, and Weird Beauty, all of which make up (pun not intended) his overarching series Art of Face. To create the surreal images, […]
Olympic fever looks to be taking over the Russian capital with a Moscow subway handing out tickets all for the price of 30 squats. This special ticket machine was placed in a local subway of Moscow and passengers were given the option of exercising for their fares! From young kids to adults, everyone in this […]
Now that Russia has granted Edward Snowden asylum, it’s only natural that Snowden should at least leave a review of the Moscow Airport, where he spent five agonising weeks at wondering where he could go next. It’s fictitious, of course (‘NO ONE TAKES AMERICAN EXPRESS’), but the sheer earnestness is ridiculously hilarious.
We are a fan of London-based artist Slinkachu, if you don’t yet know. The last we heard of him, he was exhibiting in Belgium. And now it appears he’s been busy setting up a tiny person getting crushed under the giant foot of some guy at a icy park in Moscow. We approve.
These fascinating photographs of Moscow recently popped up online at the always interesting Retronaut website. The photographs show buildings, streets, rivers and squares, all in color. 1931 photographs in color. Yep. The series presents a very special insight into the world of the past: propaganda, marches, packed trams.
I’m a sucker for a good time-lapse film, getting to see a new place in a new way. Producing a static shot of a single subject is tough enough, but this dude absolutely kills it by adding in seemingly impossible moves through his city of choice. Singapore, Moscow and Belarus (see below) all get the treatment.
When you think of Moscow, playful and fantastic does not usually come to mind. Ira Bordo has changed that. Her fashion photography is truly unique in its creation of a fantastic playground of bold impactful imagery, misty movement and dramatic lighting that is a marvel to behold.
Mainstreamers are two guys, Luka and Nootk, based in Moscow, Russia. They started out in 2007 doing graffiti, moved onto decorating murals, and are now involved in all sorts of creative activities. Mainstreamers follow one common path of creating characters out of objects and letters. Their colour pallets are always precisely chosen and work well with […]