Stunning Flower bouquets photographed to resemble Fireworks by Sarah Illenberger

Berlin based artist Sarah Illenberger is a multi faceted artist. Her body of work combines photography, art and graphic design. For this series, named Flowerworks, she has partnered with photographer Sabrina Rynas and they have arranged and photographed bouquets of flowers to resemble a firework show. The beauty of images and the precise lighting technique is what really caught my eyes. View more about this stunning collection here. Via (Colossal) … [Read more...]

Breathtaking Flower Mandalas by Kathy Klein

Kathy Klein, an Arizona based photographer and spiritual artist, uses flower petals to created these perfectly symmetric mandalas. But what is a mandala? A mandala is a geometric figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism. She named the project Danmalas, which means giver of garland of flowers in sanskrit. The story being the name is that after Kathy has arranged and captured these colorful mandalas, she leaves them behind as a gift for whoever finds … [Read more...]

Reflected Landscapes and Cityscapes by Victoria Siemer

Brooklin based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, also known as Witchoria, uses photo editing techniques with photoshop to create intriguing reflected landscapes and cityscapes. Check out more about her images here. … [Read more...]

Mysterious Long Exposure Photographs of Glowing Worms Illuminating a Cave in New Zealand

Joseph Michael is a New Zealand photographer who create magnificent images and timelapse videos. Arachnocampa luminosa is a species of glow-worm endemic to the island nation of New Zealand. These long exposure photographs were captured in a number of limestone caves in the North Island. The 30 million year old formations form a majestic backdrop to the bioluminescence of the glow-worms. He named the project Luminosity. See more images and information here. … [Read more...]

Beautifully Deconstructed Flowers by Fong Qi Wei

Visual Artist and photographer Fong Qi Wei created this series of photographs named Exploded Flowers. The collection of finely created photographs features different types of flowers dissected into a circumference so that viewers can appreciate the complexity that is involved into the apparent simple beauty of flowers. These flowers were deconstructed at their moment of full bloom and shows such fullness that it could be considered a visual bouquet of flowers with a … [Read more...]

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