Berlin-based photographer Markus Studtmann breaks down and recreates architectural images to produce hypnotic art pieces, similar to the optical illusions you see. He calls this process as “light painting”.
Nick Franck, known for his architectural photographs, presents a highly conceptual series with a successful minimalist design.
A series of close-ups cat eyes photographs from the photographer Andrew Marttila. The color combinations in the photographs and the variety in the patterns are quite surprising.
Interesting series of Italian photographer Luca Pierro.
In this series of photographs featuring the delicate details of peacock feathers, the photographer, Waldo Nell, worked on the Olympus BX 53 microscope.
Fashion photographer Thomas Lohr, shoots stunning close-ups of different bird’s feathers. The collection was compiled in a book titled “Birds”.
Alberto Seveso, creates stunning images by pouring an aquarium of colorful varnishes and photographing them at high speeds.
Turkey based digital artist Feridun Akgüngör‘s works on architecture and refreshing colors.
Maurice Mikkers, showing all teardrops are not the same.
Creative photography manipulations by photographer Hugh Kretschmer.