Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Have a good look at this North American “Postcard”. Can you spot a glitch in the matrix? Most observers can’t, unless specifically told to look for one.

Can You Spot The Lego Elements?

Australian Photographer Dean West and New York Based Lego artist Nathan Sawaya crated a unique gallery of those North American postcard that aside from being astoundingly beautiful feature a Lego object crafted to look as close to the real thing as possible. [Read more...]

Photographs Of Pets And Their Owners Mashed Up

Canadian wedding photographer and filmmaker Zachary Rose (23) takes the common saying about pets and their owners to the next step.

Zachary shoots an photograph of a pet using a DSLR and then takes another photo holding the DSLR in a specific way so the head of the pet seems attached to the body of the pet’s owner.

Zach (@zachdriftwood on Instagram) than uploads the photos to Instagram with the #petheadz hashtag.

Photographs Of Pets And Their Owners Mashed Up

[Read more...]

Photographs Of Little People Show An Alternate World Hidden In The Streets

London based artist, Slinkachu, uses model humans and everyday objects to create and photographs alternate happenings that may have been in your everyday-normal street.

Photographs Of Little People Show An Alternate World Hidden In The Streets

In his project titled Little People, Slinkachu creates tiny installations of small people and leaves them on the street (as his clever tag line goes – Abandoning little people since 2006).

While the installations are an art by themselves, the photos of those installations are an important part of the art.

Each project is accompanied by a set of images (usually 3 ) showing the world (1) as seen by a fellow little person, (2) as seen by us humans, and (3) something in between. Here are the ones that go with the title image: [Read more...]

Cassini’s Closeup On A Saturn Hurricane

The image is not a screenshot from a class b horror movie showing an opening to hell, though with the temperatures and winds it captured it very well might have been. This unearthly hurricane eye is a staggering 1,250 miles across with cloud speeds as fast as 330 miles per hour.

This photograph of a Saturnian Hurricane (higher res here) was captured in November 2012 by Cassini, an unmanned spacecraft orbiting Saturn since 2004. (Launched by NASA in October 1997).

Cassini's Closeup On A Saturn Hurricane

[Read more...]

Down-angled Photos Turn Hong Kong Into A 2 Dimensional Arcade

Down-angled Photos Turn Hong Kong Into A 2 Dimensional Arcade

Swedish photographer Christian Åslund was fascinated with the view seen from the elevated sky scrapers in Hong Kong. The idea of arcade-like views was later sold to shoe maker Jim Ricky and a campaign was born. It was fascinating to learn how the idea was conceived and executed from start to finish. The actual shoot took only four days (2 scouting, 2 shooting), a team of three and was done with a single camera and lens: Nikon 3Ds with a 70-200mm f2.8 lens on the tele side. More photos and some insights after the jump. [Read more...]

Amateur Astrophotographer And Hubble Space Telescope Join Forces To Snap M106

Amateur Astrophotographer And Hubble Space Telescope Join Forces To Snap M106

Here is what happens when great talents are combined with great resources. Physician and astrophotographer Robert Gendler was granted access to the Hubble Space Telescope archives (actually we all are)

Instead of stitching an image made solely from the Hubble data, Robert filled in the blanks with photographs he and a fellow astrophotographer taken in New Mexico. The result is a glorious photostitch of the M106 galaxy. [Read more...]