Hungary-based artist Sarolta Bán uses her marvellous digital photo manipulation skills to promote shelter animals in need of new homes. In her “Help Dogs with Images” project, Bán introduces a different approach to these kind of campaigns - instead of showing them as victims, she turns them into interesting, admirable characters in a peculiar world...
Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak composes dreamlike landscapes that hypnotize with their surprise and weirdness. The photographer's digital photo manipulations open the door to his imaginative world, where a desolate desert is brought to life by quirky and playful characters.
In her series "Stop Watch" Dutch artist Tineke Meirink shows us that “it’s just more fun to take a closer look.” The artist takes photos of everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to a regular person, but not to her. On the contrary, she recognizes the beautiful potential...
Caras Ionut, a Romanian digital artist and photographer, has created a wonderful series of impossible surreal images that inspire dream-like memories and fantasies. His use of natural imagery, soft colors and hazy atmospheric effects helps us imagine that we're hazily remembering or experiencing someone's dream.
Czech photographer Michal Macku creates gripping and beautiful pictures using the unique "gellage" technique - his signature modus operandi since 1989.
We already wrote about the classical sculptures dressed in modern day outfits last year, however photographer Léo Caillard and art director Alexis Persani made some more! The creative duo once again prove that nothing is truly set in stone!
Creating her 'Real Life Models' series, 19-year-old artist cleverly used her photo manipulation skills to bring some pretty exaggerated and distorted features to life. As a result, you get some pretty funny speculations of what the people from Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Rudolf Hausner and Kees van Dongen's paintings would look like.
If you're a fan of optical illusions and photo manipulation then you'll love these surreal pictures by Thomas Barbey. Currently based in LA, Thomas creates his collages by sandwiching the negatives together and then photographing them from above. Sometimes, however, he retouches and applies some airbrushing beforehand.
"I'm Not There" series idea came to Barcelona-based Pol Úbeda Hervàs after some life changing experiences that left the artist unsure of who he was. Therefore, he only gives a hint of a living person behind a faceless shadow.
Art is undoubtedly one of the best ways to take journeys to the places of your fantasy and dreams, and this is exactly what creating photo manipulations is to Michal Karcz.