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Simplistic and minimalist, Hossein Zare‘s black and white images are definitely powerful. Despite heavily manipulated using Photoshop, these images are inspirational and aesthetically pleasing. Enhancing the images, digitally, by stripping the unnecessary details was important in order to convey the message of solitude and man’s journey through life.
Images via demilked.com
Like a writhing otherworldly creature covered in feathery scales (above) by Kate McGwire (via inspiringartists.wordpress.com). Below, a shimmering artwork – like a scaly swimming ring – by Lorna Pridmore.
Found via his own blog, Nikolas R. Schiller made aerial view of areas in America look artistic and fascinating. Mesmerising and addictive, the kaleidoscopic effect of these Geospatial Art would make one look at maps differently. He has created tons of them, so viewing his blog is definitely recommended.
Images via nikolasschiller.com