Calvin Seibert has been sculpting sandcastles for the last 30 years. He creates them with a variety of 3D geometric shapes such as pyramids, cones, spheres, cylinder and prisms by using two plastic putty knives and a five-gallon bucket to fill with extra sand.
He says, “Building “sandcastles” is a bit of a test. Nature will always be against you and time is always running out. Having to think fast and to bring it all together in the end is what I like about it.”
Thomas Saliot is a French painter living and working between Paris and Marrakech. His medium is oil on canvas and the artworks are absolutely stunning.
Hidden Moves is the online shop of Welsh artist and designer Rhys Owens. Find out more here.
Korean artist Ho-Ryon Lee’s paintings are visually seductive and provocative. He paints using oil on canvas after taking several photos of a model in sensual and revealing poses, creating also a sense of motion.
Polish photographer Jarek Jarosz is currently living and working in London. He has travelled the world capturing people and their lifestyles, winning several awards and being featured in many magazines.
Jarek is also known for being one of the head photographers in Photolifeway, an agency that develops workshops in the UK and other countries.
Pamukkale is Turkey’s foremost mineral-bath spa because of its natural beauty: hot calcium-laden waters spring from the earth and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.
Christian Faur creates pictures using thousands of crayons and putting them together so they appear as pixelated photography.
Bombs over Aleppo by Maysun
After the storm, Gandia by Pedro Armestre
Athens flag day by Aris Messinis
Floods in Hoboken by Brendan Smialowski
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Portuguese photographer José Ferreira discovered the Huléne garbage dump, not far from the city’s airport in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. “Trash Land” is a series in which he captures the harsh reality of the ones living from other people’s waste.
Ferreira says “Despite all the circumstances of how they live, they keep on showing their kindness and happiness and hospitality,” he said. “We don’t find these human qualities in many places in the world.”
“The life we waste everyday because we want a better one or because we are never satisfied with it, is the life that many wish and yearn to have and would give everything to have it.”
“Tribes of the Omo Valley” is a series from Brent Stirton‘s expedition in the Ethiopian South Omo; a project about worldwide disappearing tribes.
Baltimore based artist Beth Hoeckel works mainly on collage, mixed media, and photography. She attended Carver Center for Arts magnet school and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Hoeckel says “I’ve been broke most of my life but experiencing the world is more important.”
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Ellen von Unwerth was a model before she became one of the world’s best-known fashion photographers. Her images exude erotism and sexiness while defending the idea of a free woman.
Her work has been published in top magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, and I-D