Which one is the village, which one is the reflection?

Wednesday, 10 February, 2016

Fishing village, Szodliget, photo by Viktor Egyed

Szodliget is a small town located along the banks of the Danube in Hungary, that plays host to the country’s first full-sized cricket ground, and an abandoned fishing village.

Were you to visit this village, when the weather conditions were just right, as Slovakian photographer Viktor Egyed did, you also may come away with some stunning photos of the area.

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The lonely houses of Portugal, photos by Manuel Pita

Friday, 5 February, 2016

Photo by Manuel Pita

Photos of houses that appear to stand in isolation, taken in Portugal, and elsewhere, by Manuel Pita. No prizes for guessing where I’d like to be right now.

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Photos of Bangkok Train Station with a film noir mood

Thursday, 4 February, 2016

Photo by Rammy Narula

Thai photographer Rammy Narula has spent four years taking photos at Bangkok Train Station, or Hua Lamphong, and has included some of the images in a collection titled Platform 10.

Via Wired.

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Elevating coffee grounds to an art form

Wednesday, 3 February, 2016

Coffee grounds are usually considered a waste product of the coffee brewing process, but not all the time. By adding various resins and pigments to coffee grounds, Paris based designer Alexandros Kotoulas has transformed the grounds into works of art. Be careful though, some of these works look quite edible, so look, but do not touch.

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Michaela Skovranova, Sydney based photographer, Instagrammer

Friday, 29 January, 2016

Michaela Skovranova is a Sydney based photographer and video producer, who brings forth some stunning, usually, water related images. See more of her work on Instagram.

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Flatland, Aydin Büyüktaş’ series of landscape contorting images

Thursday, 28 January, 2016

Image by Aydin Buyuktas

Aydin Büyüktaş, an Istanbul based photographer and artist, creates landscape contorting works that appear to be reminiscent of certain scenes from Christopher Nolan’s 2010 film Inception, a title coincidentally that I re-watched over the weekend. That, however, is not what inspired Büyüktas’ Flatland series of images.

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Cinematic style photos of Tokyo by night, taken by Masashi Wakui

Monday, 25 January, 2016

Photo by Masashi Wakui

Enjoy the cinematic style photos of Tokyo based photographer Masashi Wakui, and experience a desire to visit the capital city of Japan, that you may not have felt before.

Via Colossal.

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Minimal desks, a great way to subvert the clean desk policy

Friday, 22 January, 2016

Artwork by Kim Keever

Minimal Desks. What it says on the tin. Some of the featured workspaces are more minimal than others. This is the desk of Analogni, and when it comes to a minimal desktop, is pretty close to the ideal as far as I’m concerned.

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The abstract underwater art of Kim Keever

Thursday, 21 January, 2016

Artwork by Kim Keever

Kim Keever, a New York based abstract artist, uses a giant water filled fish tank, which he drops paints of various colours into, to create the images he then photographs. Lovely work indeed.

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Photos of the ever so slightly choppy waters of Lake Erie

Monday, 11 January, 2016

Photo by David Sandford

I get the feeling that much of the time Canadian photographer Dave Sandford spends gathering his images is in waiting for just the right moment to present itself… and these photos of waves on Lake Erie would be a case in point.

See more of his work on Instagram.

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