Douglas D. Prince: I’m looking for things that I haven’t seen before
“My creative evolution in photography is driven by my observations, my response to the environment, seeing things, and a need to manifest this vision into a tangible form. Another motivation is my curiosity about image processes and how these processes affect my perceptions.
I’ve been working to build a personal vision where craft and content fuse, teaching me to see the world photographically. Photography is the tool I use to search my environment. For me, the medium is as important as the content in making an image and it is an integral part of the image making process. I have explored traditional and alternative processes with the same passion that I‘ve explored my environment.
Photography by Nerea Martinez de LeceaStunning
Nerea Martinez de Lecea is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist based in Wales who works predominantly in video and photography. Through her images, Nerea maps territories which lie within a realm of borderline experiences, where the foreign has become home and the well known has become strange.
Abstract Landscapes by Owen Perry aka Circa 1983
Surreal Photos of “El Tatio” Geyser Field in Chile
Emir Šehanović is an artist hailing from Bosnia-Herzegovina who uses digitally manipulated images and vintage photos in a collage-like format to create these very unique figurative pieces. For his work, Šehanović will use both traditional collage mediums as well as combining digital techniques to achieve the particular look and emotion in his pieces.
Joe Cruz illustrations
artist on tumblr
Joe Cruz is the master of oil pastel; his creations are an inspired mixture of photocopier toner lit up with oil strips of neon color. Unsurprisingly, his work is beautiful both online and in print.
Color is a surefire way to grab attention, but Cruz’s work goes far beyond simply grabbing attention. He manages to maintain contemplation in the viewer by experimenting with theme and composition.
(Source: asylum-art, via asylum-art)