Brilliant Photographer Mr.Timothy Allen’s phenomenal photographs and the amazing stories behind them are a true inspiration and tribute to both this beautiful planet & to humankind. His magnificent eye for detail and perspective allow us to share scenes that most of us would have never been able to witness ourselves. – Enjoy 🙂
The photographs shown here are the property of Mr.Timothy Allen, if you are interested in learning more about him or his work please visit his official website:
If art could be described as Quirky-Beautiful, this would be it! I would certainly say I am a fan of Mr. Terry Fan! 🙂 Based in Toronto, Canada his work is a blend of traditional and digital – ink, graphite and photoshop. If you like these, then a selection of his work can be purchased at Society6 as archival art prints, framed prints, stationary cards, iPhone cases and laptop/iPhone skins.
Want to know more about this talented artist or maybe want to buy one of his awesome designs? Then check out his site http://www.krop.com/terryfan/
This French artist known as Shaka creates highly engaging and creative 3D paintings!
He creates the 3D effect by first sculpting shapes directly onto the canvas, then he covers them with layers of paint…..The end results are high impact, emotive images that seem to almost reach right out the canvas to touch you! 😀
If you want to learn more about Shaka you can visit his website *it is in French though! 🙂 http://www.shaka1.fr/
I was blown away by these fantastic 3D paintings done by Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori.
Each 3D painting consists of multiple transparent layers, formed by pouring liquid resin into wooden containers. When each layer becomes solid it is painted. By repeating this process, the artist is able to create beautiful lifelike designs.
Photographs courtesy Russell Watkins, U.K. Department for International Development
These eerily amazing photos are in fact real and they were taken by an aid worker in Sindh,Pakistan in 2010. When heavy floods hit the region millions of spiders took to the trees to spin their webs. For more on this unique phenomenon see the National Geographic website.
Despite the unusual after effects of the flooding, one should not forget the humanity of the situation, and that many have died and lost everything in these devastating floods. So if you feel compelled to share this story or photos, please also remember the 5 million displaced people who still need help to rebuild their homes, just like the spiders.