DAMIEN BLOTTIÈRE – The Shape of Things to Come
The unique photographic ‘cut and paste’ technique by Damien Blottiére is so very eye-catching. His images are appealing to find out every shape and transformation of the new created sculpture. I’m fascinated of the stunning point of view through his gifted eye.
Don’t miss the beautiful video 'The Shape of Things to Come'
The Magic of Time-lapse Portraits.
'Misunderstanding Focus' – Portraits by NERHOL
Facing the moment in time: numerous times, layered and cutted into beautiful shapes from actually different pictures, photographed over a couple of minutes. Trying to sit motionless for about three minutes is almost impossible for people, when the muscles are tense. Humanity can’t sit still! Posted month ago this fabulous concept is worth being published ones more.
The mysterious Nerhol collective (a partnership between Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida) is a gorgeous conceptual art with a reminder, that our bodies keep changing in every single moment of every day!
Engage all your senses as you immerse yourself in a big city:
DROWNING by ALBAN GROSDIDIER
Do you know the feeling when diving into water? Drifting in the magic of silence to sharpen your senses? Alban Grosdidier explains in his website “Drowning is a project that talks about the feeling of submersion that one can have by living in a big city.”
His first series of portraits he presented at the Seine River this year in January. The second series he showcased on a rainy day along the canal Saint Martin in July. He ‘would physical imprint it’s effects on the photographs, reflecting its moral consequences on people living in rainy cities’, he explains to Yatzer.
So, take a deep breath and watch out for this amazing upcoming young artist. More of his project to see here.