Photos by Misha De Ridder. Amsterdam.
Those lake photos are so serene. I can’t wait for summer to get here so I can go out to the lakes and really feel what those photos make me want to feel.
The horizon is so stark in #4, I thought it was a diptych. Really nice work, I love this style.
GORGEOUS!!! Transplanted from NYC for a moment, thanks for the mini vacation Ms. Ridder!
fourth is such a great shot.
Really beautiful. The fourth one is just astounding…
The still lake shots remind me of the face in a vase exercises. Love the intense reflections.
Last two are my favorite. Really beautiful.
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oh, the last one warms my bones…
so amazing. I have to know what camera is being used for this fine detail and huge prints. help?
Seeing such serene, beautiful pictures on such a loudass web page is pretty hilarious.
hahahaa i pride myself on this page’s loudness – however there’s a new wallpaper coming that is a little less loud – a little
first and second from bottom are bananas
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A selection of paintings by artist Diego Gravinese (previously featured here). More images below.
A selection of recent paintings by Toronto-based artist Kris Knight (previously featured here). See more images below.
A selection of character-driven illustrations by Hong Kong-born, Australia-raised artist Gerald Leung. Click here for previous post. See more images below.