This is an awesome project by Jo Hedwig Teeuwise. Apparently she found some old negatives in a flea market in amsterdam, and she started overlaying the negatives with current photos of the exact same spot. The results are really cool. It’s kinda like you are briefly transported to that period in time, since theres the familiarity of the current photo with the old school vibe of the negatives. Check some of her work below:
French photographer Laurent Chehere has this really cool series about Flying Houses. It’s almost like a picture from a Ghibli movie. So whimsical. Def worth a look.
Amazing multiple exposure portraits by this finnish photographer, Christoffer Relander.
So, photographer Henry Hargreaves has decided to get gadgets, and cook them in a deep fryer. He says: “I see similarities between tech culture and fast food. Quickly devoured and then discarded.” And the man has got a point. And plenty of cool photos to demonstrate it.
p.s. No actual electronics were harmed in the making of these amazing shots: all of them were made out of foamcore. Still they look like the real thing. And also appetizing, like most things deep-fried.
By art director and photographer Alison Anselot. Click on each pantone chip for the recipe:
Salmon Mango Tartar
Saffron Parmesan Risotto
Jason Lee, a photographer, decided to take a slightly different approach when taking pics of his daughters. See the result below:
Light painting never ceases to amaze me.
Check more of Janne’s work here.
Looking for the perfect “wave” to ride in our chaotic world. Really dope series by french photographer Romain Laurent. Click on the pics to check more awesome work on his website.
Great project by this photographer. He “merges” portraits of people from the same family.
Click on the pics or here for the jump.