Canadian photographer Todd Mclellan captures old relics of our past and modern daily items in its dismantled form. His work delineates the astounding intricacies and craft of these mechanical objects. Disassembly behind the scenes from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. on Vimeo.
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Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal is an international plant sculptures competition held in Montréal, Canada and features about 22,000 plant species and cultivars. You can see hundreds more photos over on Flickr, however all photos here are copyright Guy Boily courtesy MIM.
Sally Mann was born in Lexington, Virginia and is one of America’s most renowned photographers. Mann says “Photography has been used as an agent for cultural formation for a long time, I think, particularly as part of the postmodernist movement,…
UK based artist Debbie Smyth uses hundreds of pins and delicate lengths of thread to create wall-sized installations.
New York based artist Jonathan Viner created this collection of ten 12″ x 12″ paintings of young Russian women listening to music with their headphones.
Rome-based Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova uses old books and various antiquated books, as a large canvas with multiple volumes, for her paintings.
The visibility of distilled water is about 80 metres. “Blue Lake (Rotomairewhenua in Māori) is a small lake in Nelson Lakes National Park, in the northern reaches of New Zealand‘s Southern Alps. Sacred to local Māori, it has the clearest natural fresh water in the world.” Source Wikipedia
Spanish photographer Dionisio González has re-imagined the very poor suburbs of Brazil, creating a new notion of shantytowns by fusing the existing infrastructure with modern and fantastical architecture. These imaginary favelas are pure digital manipulation that the artist creates from scratch.