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Ruby Love

Junior Writer http://rubyloveartist.com
Photographer, writer, printmaker based in Lawrence, KS.

X-Ray Photographs Provide a Glimpse into the Complexity of Nature

Dutch physicist Arie van’t Riet’s X-ray photography gives us an alternative view of nature, allowing us to glimpse the internal complexity of plants and animals in their natural habitats. Van’t Riet colorizes parts of his photographs in Photoshop to create final products that give viewers a sense of the subjects’ natural colors. [more]

“Au Pantheon”: Project Adorns Construction Around Pantheon With Gigantic Portraits

JR, the largely anonymous artist/activist and winner of the 2011 TED Prize, was commissioned to adorn the construction site for the Panthéon in Paris while the monument undergoes extensive renovation. Inspired by JR’s INSIDE OUT project, the long-term group effort, entitled “Au Panthéon” focuses on the representation of cultural diversity through large-format portraits. [more]

“Lonely Window” Series Explores the Rapture of Solitude in the Digital Age

Photographer Julien Mauve’s series “Lonely Window” serves as a representation of the changes in our relationships with each other and the outside world as digital media becomes increasingly prevalent. “Through its digital twilight glow, the screen becomes a window, opening to a new world while simultaneously introducing a new kind of loneliness.” [more]

The Difference of a Decade: New York City’s Changing Storefronts

Photographers James and Karla Murray’s series “STORE FRONT: The Disappearing Face of New York” features photographs taken by the couple of New York storefronts ten years apart. The series is composed of “before” and “after” photographs, showing the dramatic change in single storefronts over the course of a decade. [more]

Surreal Cityskapes: Bence Bakonyi’s ‘Urbanite’ Series

In a surreal blend of day and night, Budapest-based photographer Bence Bakonyi’s series “Urbanite” features vast cityscapes seemingly devoid of people. Shot in Hong Kong and Shanghai, the series presents settings in which the presence of humanity is eerily close, as though the population had suddenly fled, leaving lights on and laundry on the line. [more]

Vivid Photographs Showcase Beauty of Vatnajökull, Iceland’s Largest Glacier

London-based photographer Kate Friend’s new series, shot in Iceland, features stunningly colorful photographs of the largest remaining glacier in the country. The glacier, called Vatnajökull, measures around 8,000 square kilometers of solid ice. Taken both in and outside the glacier, Friend’s photographs showcase its vastness and dramatic hues. [more]

“This is Boy”: Solitude, Wildness and Beauty in the Life of a Young Boy

Effingham, Illinois-based photographer Tytia Habing’s ongoing series “This is Boy” beautifully captures the dichotomy of peace and wild energy inherent in its subject-her young son. The series, presented exclusively in black and white, features Habing’s son over a period of several years. Usually with her son as the sole subject, the series displays a remarkable range of emotion as he shifts from contemplative, to vivacious, to vulnerable. [more]

Intriguing “Sand Creatures” Series Features Bursts of Sand Frozen in Mid-Air

Photographer Claire Droppert’s series “Sand Creatures” features photographs of sand clouds in mid-air as they form eye-catching, animal-like figures. Often titled after the animals they resemble (some more closely than others), the bursts of sand take on beautiful, energetic presences. [more]

“Duluth Typologies”: Series Alters Perception with Angle

While Minneapolis-based photographer Cameron Wittig is probably best known for his intriguing portraits of musicians like Haley Bonar and Andrew Bird, I discovered him through his humorous project, “Duluth Typologies”. The series features houses built on steep hills in the small town of Duluth, Minnesota. Using a simple adjustment of angle, the houses in “Duluth Typologies” appear to be sliding into the flat ground beneath them, creating a humorous commentary on the potential of imagery to lie. [more]

“Alternative Perspectives” Series Features City and Landscapes in 360-Degree View

New York City-based director and photographer Randy Scott Slavin pushes the boundaries of perception with his two part panoramic series “Alternate Perspectives.” Stitching several photographs together, his “Alternate Perspectives” series creates a different (and arguably more thorough) representation of the scenes he photographs by incorporating their every angle.  [more]

Fascinating Colorizations Bring New Life to Historical Photographs

Ryan Urban, a young EMT and nursing student from Colorado, has been crafting incredible colorizations of historical black and white photographs. With the addition of color, the images are suddenly full of life, giving the viewer a glimpse at what the scenes depicted in these photographs would have looked like at the time.  [more]

Artist Creates Heavily-Tattooed Representations of Iconic Personalities

Seattle-based multimedia artist Cheyenne Randall is the creator of a Tumblr account that has recently attracted a lot of attention: “Shopped Tattoos”. Taking famous images, Randall photoshops detailed tattoo work onto the subjects, creating “a bundle of iconic personalities from a parallel universe.” [more]

Surreal Photography by Ukrainian Photograher Oleg Oprisco

Fine art and surrealist photographer Oleg Oprisco’s  work is dramatic and ethereal; challenging the viewer’s perception of reality. Oprisco’s photographs feature subdued coloration and unexpected props-often playing with expectations of size and perspective. [more]

“Omey Island: Last Man Standing” The Solitary Life of an Irish Island’s Last Resident

Irish photographer Kevin Griffin’s series “Omey Island: ‘Last Man Standing’” captures the calm, solitary life of former daredevil stuntman Pascal Whelan. The series is intimate and honest, capturing the everyday existence of a man who, after the tragic loss of a colleague and the end of his career, chose to return to his childhood home in Ireland. [more]

Artist Photographs Intricate Landscapes Created in a 200-Gallon Fish Tank

Multimedia artist Kim Keever’s “Landscape” series features settings of post-apocalyptic beauty. The photographs portray scenes like cloud-laced mountain ranges, giant seaside cliffs or fiery sunsets. Although the images are incredible enough on their own, the process Keever uses to create them is even more intriguing. [more]

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