Sunday, 29 April 2012
The talented photographer in light today is Torkil Gudnason with his captivated Floral series. He said ‘Everything man made references nature'.
Torkil uses exaggerated lighting and colored filters to amplify the verdant fragility of the flowers and plants he photographs. ‘They change and evolve. Not one moment is the same. Sometimes they start to die and sometimes they begin to live’.
The resulting images celebrate nature’s endless permutations, evoking millennia of evolution in the curvature of a single stem... The pictures and colors are really mind blowing!
Wednesday, 25 April 2012
Before you read further, here is a warning: what you are about to see may cause side effects in the form of buying the next plane ticket out of your city towards the nearest beach.
I love the Seychelles Islands (in the Indian Ocean). They have long been one of the world's most romantic destinations. Prince William and Kate spent their honeymoon there.
The private islands of the Seychelles embrace the surrounding force of nature and you come across some amazing birds, insects and marine life on your Robinson Crusoe, tropical island adventure.
With the sea near-buy and with the hustle of urban life far away, this is the perfect place for a great vacation...
Sunday, 22 April 2012
|Great Wall of China|
This is another creative Ad campaign from Diesel. The Earth is heating up. The sun will blow up within 5 billion years. The human race will probably go extinct before entering the posthuman stage, or the probability that we are now living in computer simulation run by posthumans is reaching 100%. Now what the f*ck should I wear today?
Friday, 20 April 2012
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
My Artist of the Week: Ai Shinohara is a Japanese young artist with a skill in illustrating the delicate relationship between nature and people. Her paintings are done in a clearly defined figurative style that is clean, soft toned and feminine and features strange characters. The pretty and the gruesome are painted into the surreal composition that features young women with flowers and fish but also with clear signs of blood and death. The viewers are left with empathy for the artist and the females in her paintings that all come across as vulnerable and on the edge...
Ok, I know Iam guilty that I did not share with you anything for a long time, but I was concentrated on my other businesses. Here some heaven on earth...I feel just happy by watching these cherry blossoms in Japan and the music is just so peaceful. Enjoy!