Artist Garth Williams photographs drops of liquid ink in an aquarium-like tank, creating a gorgeous series of images that look like paintings! See more below.
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti spent three years travelling the world taking portraits of kids with their most prized possessions. Not simply a charming look at childhood, the series offers a subtle reflection of parents’ ambitions for their children as well as the socio-economic factors at work in how (and with what) children play. The picture above, for example, was taken in a small village in northern Zambia. Coming from an area without water and electricity, the children created a pretend marketplace, making a game of buying and selling some sunglasses they found in a box Galimberti assumes must have fallen from a truck. See more images below or in his book, Toy Stories.
A brilliant collaboration between Areaware and VSCO, “Puzzle in Puzzle” uses images from South Korean photographer KangHee Kim’s “Mirrors” series to create custom puzzles that are effectively two-in-one. Designed to highlight the image-within-the-image, they can be completed both separately or together. See more images below!
A selection of vibrant work from photographer Stratos Kalafatis. As Christian Caujolle (Artistic Director of the VU Gallery in Paris) describes the project: “These are neither photographs with colour nor photographs in colour; they are colours that have become photography.” See more images from “Journal” below.