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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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There is a dark and dreamy essence in Athena Katsoulieri’s most recent photo projects. Each image, like a word that somehow escaped from a poem. Landscapes captured from a dreamer’s point of view, with slightly distorted colors and unusual perspectives.
 
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It was so exciting browsing through Oliver Rath’s portfolio. You can clearly see a creative spirit who seeks to depict energy and power through his images.
 
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I discovered Black X List Photography just today and I was fascinated with the High Peak College urban exploration! A very large abandoned site where the current dark and trashed spaces used to be livable and full with young people. The controversy between the past and present makes this project even more interesting and conceptual, along with the sharp eye of the photographer who captures these images, giving them a dreamy, nostalgic essence. Furthermore, the crisp depiction of textures and playful light effects are a pure visual pleasure!
 
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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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An amazing dark collection of conceptual and surreal imagery by talented Andreea Anghel who notes:

“The whole theme of my work is based on the human condition and degradation...from sins to problems or simply human nature. I've started to create them when I was 16 and I hope to keep exploring these depths. To me, they represent not only a message to my viewers, but also an attempt at trying to see beauty in imperfection.”


The inspiring work of Andreea has won various awards and distinctions and has been featured in numerous media.


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Marcio Napoli’s travel and street photography is a magnificent example of how engaging and powerful real life images can be.

Just look at these photographs and notice that it seems like the photographer is peeking on his subjects. Check out his full portfolio for an overview of his inspiring work.

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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

6/29/2010

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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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