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Beauty of Colors From Album Cover Photo Shoots (11)

Beauty of Colors From Album Cover Photo Shoots

A Great Italian photographer Based in Portoscuso Alberto Seveso’s work has recently become very famous commodity for musicians. In collaboration with their music studios, bands like The Temper Trap and The Black Seeds have commissioned the talented artist to capture the fluid movement of mixing ink in eye-catching album cover designs. This series includes many of the unused shots that were taken during these coveted photo shoots.I find them very unique and magical.
Since the early 1990′s, Seveso has been creating his unique work with only ink, a high-speed camera, and a good eye for color. When speaking about his process, the artist says that he enjoys experimenting with his technique because, “It makes me think about the possibility to stop time in a click.” these photos are just amazing have a look…. Continue reading

Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (19)

Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India

Religion and rituals are sometimes very interesting  March 26th 2013 mass people gather during Holi celebration. knows as the Festival of colors. Holi heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India. Check out the fun festival pictures below and lovely colors among people…Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (1)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (2)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (3)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (4)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (5)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (6)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (7)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (8)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (9)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (10)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (11)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (12)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (13)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (14)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (15)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (16)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (17)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (18)   Festival of Colors Holi Celebration From India (19)   Continue reading

Global Graffiti - Seth Globpeynter (2)

A Look at Global Graffiti by Seth Globpeynter.

French street artist Seth Globpeynter travels the world, create a huge graffiti, against which he used photographs of local people in a given region. India, China, Mexico or any other country – it does not matter, the artist puts people living there against the background of his picture, as if giving us the opportunity to get acquainted with the culture of the locals. The most interesting thing that’s all the pictures are different, as are the different countries on the planet…So Take a look of World… Continue reading

World to Reflect Bubbles... (15)

World in Bubbles – Reflections

Photographer from England Richard Hicks takes the world in the reflection of bubbles. All of his work – this is the hunt for a great shot, because in his work he have not used a photo editor. As recognized photographer, one has a good shot at a few hundred unsuccessful. But it’s worth it, due to its unusual photography Richard received recognition: his work has appeared in magazines such as Digital Camera Magazine, Vanity Fair, GMTV and others. Continue reading

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Desktop Wallpapers From National Geographic for August 2012

Another pieces of wallpaper from National Geographic. Beautiful pictures with soul and depth of beauty and color. Some make you think, others – smile. And there is no one who would not have got at least some emotions from it.

Please note that most of the photos are available in high resolution and can be used as wallpaper for your desktop. Continue reading

Awesome Festival of Colors, Holi in India... (9)

Red, Green,Yellow..Awesome Festival of Colors, Holi in India…

Holi – a traditional Indian feast, symbolizing the arrival of spring. It is celebrated traditionally, by throwing colored powder paints. In the northern state of Uttar Pradesh before the actual festival of Holi, they celebrate Holi Lathmar, and since this is also the Spring Festival. According to legend, Krishna came to Barsana town to cause jealousy in his beloved Radha. In response, women are driven out of his village. Today, women in this day Barsany “banish” men with sticks because they singing provocative songs and throw them in the powder coatings. This year the festival will be across India on March 8. it was really amazing festival full of colors, just check out…. Continue reading