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Hauntingly inspiring, the images of talented Noa Griffel are impossible to be unnoticed. Having received her BFA in photography at the young age of 17 she continued for her master in the School of Visual Arts.
 
 
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Fredrik Ödman’s project “Composed Animals” is a truly imaginative and wonderful example of combining dream and reality!

The photographer’s site is a work of art itself so make sure to check it out and browse through his inspiring portfolio. Your enchantment is guaranteed!
 

Paper

11/11/2010

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Viewing the work of Kerstin zu Pan is like entering a fresh, fantastic world where surrealism, glam and beauty are dominant and dreamy visuals draw you in a playful and imaginative trip! The photos presented here are part of her “Paper” Fine Art project.

Check out her official site for an overview of her projects and a wide collection of her photography! The photographer lives and creates in Berlin.
 

Pet Cloud

11/06/2010

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“Pet Cloud” has gained wide recognition in the online inspiration blogs and there is no mystery why! Playful, original and so fresh, Michael Casker inspires us with his imaginative and dreamy visuals.

The photographer has attended Brooks Institute of Photography and currently lives and creates in New York.
 
 

The “Wonderland” (2005) project by Yeondoo Jung is so creative and inspirational that makes you want to scream out in awe!! I’ve always had a thing with watching a child draw. It felt like I was exposed to raw creativity, without boundaries.

With “Wonderland”, the artist transforms children drawings into photographs in an attempt to explore the fantastic worlds created by their young and vivid imagination! Pure visual pleasure!

Yeondoo Jung lives and creates in Seoul, Korea.
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Kristamas Klousch doesn't like to be referred to as a photographer. She prefers the term “Caricature Artist”. Her self portraits are like moments frozen in a dream, sometimes even a nightmare. Emotive, provoking, dark, surreal and sensual, Kristamas has a wonderful talent in transforming and captivating the viewers.

The artist currently resides and creates in Canada.

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“Sexual Color” is the title of Gabriel Wickbold’s project where his subjects experience the ultimate color experience. A feast for your eyes!

I’m so looking forward to viewing more from this young photographer!
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Bob Carey captures an exposed version of himself in the authentic project entitled “Ballerina” and depicts a playful yet thought provoking selection of conceptual visuals.

His work has been showcased and collected due to its inspiring originality. Check out his blog here!
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Ethereal, poetic, sensual … there are truly not enough words to describe Brooke Shaden’s photography that travels the viewer into mysterious realms.

I quote from the artist’s statement: My photographs are meant to be read and analyzed. Symbolism is abundant in them, for what makes an intricate story if not visuals that mean one thing but stand for another? I explore death and surrealism through my photography in order to show that reality has intricate ties with fantasy. Our world is not so different than the disturbing worlds I create within my frames. I argue that my surrealistic images are even more representational of life because they contain feelings and emotions that resonate with the viewers. Sometimes life does not have to be photographed according to reality; instead, why not explore the depths of the mind and soul and reach for something deeper than the reality that plagues us and traps us daily? My edited photographs are a far cry from the original image that comes out of the camera. I add texture to them to give a feeling of grime and age, thus giving the photographs a timeless feeling. I often play with the tones so that the subject is highlighted and the scenery falls away in to slight desaturation and abandonment. The real crux of my photography is portraiture; it is capturing the emotion of a single instance in a life. Certainly they are all staged and planned and scrutinized over, but they all hold some sort of dramatized emotion (a real emotion, almost unbearable to feel) that resonates with the viewer.”


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SKLT

06/29/2010

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Skeletons of large creatures captured in various abandoned sites is the theme of “SKLT” Project by Marc Da Cunha Lopes, a talented photographer from France who manages to visualize surreal and provoking concepts that take our breath away.

Make sure to check out his site for more stunning photo series.
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