In 2013 I decided to go in search of a Concincina as a pet for my studio garden in Milan. That’s when I met Giorgio, a farmer who invited me to an aviary exhibition. My friend and work partner Moreno joined me in this passion/madness and we started to take pictures of literally hundreds of
So the stones I decide to paint on are not arbitrary, but my significant opposites with whom I have established a connection, which inspires me to work with them. In my encounters with the stones and in my art, I respect my opposites in toto, so I never process stones, and would never cut off
Photography was always important in my life. My father was an experienced hobby-photographer and founded at least two local photography-associations. So I grew up in an environment of cameras, magazines, lenses, selfmade camera-baggages, darkrooms and funny weddings. The importance of photography changed into joy when I was holding my first digital cam in my hands.
Birth is an incredibly beautiful part of life that needs to be talked about and celebrated more. Birth photography competition here and Birth Becomes Her (h/t design you trust) reply reply
So here’s James of No Trades, making my way through life one bad joke at a time. Hopefully I can bring a smile to you as well! reply reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More
From intimate portraits to otherworldly landscapes, the contest awards gives acclaimed professionals, as well as aspiring newcomers, the opportunity leave their mark in the world of photography. The winners will be named Hasselblad Masters, become the ambassadors of the famous Swedish name for two years. They will also receive invitations to participate in its projects,
What’s more amusing than a cute Potato breaking your shield of denial and giving you few words of wisdom eh? Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/bitter-wisdom-truth-potato/
From rocks and twigs to leaves and even berries, Brunt arranges the materials into spirals, concentric circles, and other detailed patterns. James regularly photographs his work and besides viewing the images on social media, his fans are also welcome to join him as he works. Scroll down to review Brunt’s work, and if your eyes are
“My inspiration is my every day life with my wife,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “Our comic series “One of those days” is based on real life moments that happened to us and was about creating a fun memories by illustration.” Maya is an artist herself, and collaborates with her husband to make the “One of those days” series.
I started “tiny eyes” comics a year ago in the hope of sharing Chinese culture through everyday life, To me, learning about other cultures has always been a fun experience, and I want to pass this feeling to people who are curious about China. In lots of my comics, I compare Chinese culture to western