Photos by Maia Akiva.
Second to last is mesmerizing.
these feel like glimpses into reality
The first three really take my breath away. The way the light falls on the image and results in an ambiguous and unclear image rather than what we expect light to do creates a nice tension for me.
amazing!! these reminds me of tarkovsky cinematography!!awesomeness.
I’m loving this polaroid-instant film-grainy snapshot look lately. reminds me of going through my dad’s old photos from the seventies/eighties as a kid. like a bunch of frozen moments in time–really cool.
absolutely gorgeous! the black and white of the girls face in the bushes is so dreamy
I love the first one but I put money on it that she just mis-metered her flash. Been there done that many times.
Hi guys! We now have 4 photographs available of Maia’s work on Little Paper Planes!
Another incredible stipling project by French artist Xavier Casalta. This one contains 8 million dots and took 400 hours to ink! Click here to see his previous piece, “Autumn,” if you haven’t already. See more images of “Winter” below.
Photos by New York City-based photographer Andrew Straub. More images below.
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.