Ever since the earliest times architects have striven to make a statement with the buildings they design. In doing this they have both invented new styles as well as referencing the past and drawing inspiration from the world around them. The result has been some remarkable constructions all round the world and here are just four of them.
Mark Laita is an advertising and fine art photographer based in Los Angeles. For the past year, Mark Laita has been traveling to various locations around the U.S. and Central America photographing some of the world’s most deadliest snakes, a series entitled Serpentine. Mark Laita says that “the sensual attractiveness of snakes, which coexists with their threatening, unpredictable and mysterious nature is truly unique. This dichotomy, in which their beauty seems to be heightened by their danger, and vice-verse, is what I find so fascinating.” Such impressive and stunning work! It must need lots of courage to work with these deadly beauty to get these beautiful photos. [source]
The creative 42-year-old Mark Mawson has been taking pictures for 22 years but recently came up with his eye-catching method of creating the watery blobs. Mark, who specializes in shooting underwater scenes and people, simply takes different kinds of paint and drops them into a tank before snapping the outcome with his camera, using a strobe to light up the scene. The difference in the density of the paints creates varying shapes.
Ever wanted to crush the little people who stand in your way? Rub them to dust under your heel? You’re finally going to get your chance. In the interesting contest held by worth1000, artists are require to super-giantize, people, places or things in relation to other objects in the image. The key is exaggeration. I am to list 10 of my favorite photos (really creative and well executed), and click the link if you want to see more.
Sun-Kissed-Sydney By Dark77