When I think of Ralph Lauren the first thing that comes to mind is his clothing line, which is expected since thats what he’s famous for. But it turns out that he has something else he’s known for and thats his one of a kind multi million dollar collection of super cars, and what a collection it is! So take a look into the almost museum like garage called D.A.D, Ralph’s personal ticket to the ...

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Dogs in Studio is a collection of staged photographs taken by very talented photographer Sharon Montrose. This series packs half a dozen photographs and each look better than other featuring dogs from a different perspective. The challenge in taking such photos comes obviously from the subject photographed and in this case it was not easy to handle dogs, it won’t be like, “dog, face the other way and lift your ears” obviously Sharon loved this challenge ...

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If you have watched Inception this would make a little more sense to you, this is a book featuring a photograph of a photographer and his/her photo. This is a clever project by talented photographer Tim Mantoani that turned into a 220 page book featuring over 150 photographers and their photos. We normally see these famous photographs and admire them, probably research who took them but most of the time we don’t. This amazing project is ...

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There are many blogs dedicated to helping fellow cooks and food enthusiasts on their journey to creating the perfect meal, but I have never seen one as creative, beautifully designed and professional as Roost. The site is run by Caitlin (a.k.a Coco) who started the blog when her husband was diagnosed with Crohns disease. The illness meant that she had to start cooking a gluten/grain/sugar/lactose and starch free diet known as the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. ...

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Who could have imagined ordinary everyday items can be used to create amazing art/photography and yet here is the work of Carl Kleiner that is just pure amazing. Carl is a Swedish photographer who worked with plenty of companies including IKEA bringing them the art of alignment to their kitchen items. His work in simple words is just perfectly aligning items and then taking a photo of them and results in a great piece of art. ...

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I simply adore these images for the Spring 2012 Campaign of fashion powerhouse Prada. The photo shoot had a “Gasoline Girls” theme and retro vibe which fit the collection perfectly. The campaign features some of the industry’s top girls including Natasha Poly, Guinevere van Seenus, Elise Crombez, Meghan Collison, Katryn Kruger and Ymre Stiekema. The fifties inspired style was captured by Steven Meisel. Everything about these images is flowing with elegance and the beauty that can only ...

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Well, 2011 is gone forever but the photographs taken will live on and here are some of the best photographs from last year. Im constantly amazed at the creativity and dedication that some of these photographs hold. Some were shot in the Arctic under extreme conditions that would take sheer willpower to endure and a bit of insanity. Others were taken at just he right moment, forever freezing that memory in time. No matter what ...

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How do they celebrate New Year’s Eve On The Death Star? Well apparently Lord Vader or Boba Fett celebrate it in true style. They look sharp in their suits but of course the helmets stay on to help spread the fear and terror. This amazing photo shoot was brought to you by two Scandinavian bloggers Matti and Frikkie who posed for the camera and who obviously have a soft spot for tattoos and Star Wars ...

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Vanity Fair magazine has always been famous for their gorgeous photographs and with good reason. Thats probably because they hire our favorite photographer Annie Leibovitz, whose work is truly awe inspiring. Her images surprise us time and time again with the subtle lighting and slightly dreamy vibe. So we decided to choose some of our favorite images that were featured on the magazine this year and it was no easy task since all their images are ...

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There is miniature photography, regular photography and there is one particular type of photography you do not see everyday, bird’s eye view or Aerial photography. This happens to be Klaus Leidorf’s specialty who takes pictures on board a plane, unless you thought he can fly. While impressive, you’d be even more amazed when you learn that he pilots the plane himself and opens up the door, takes photos while his legs handle the steering wheel. I ...

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When I first had my first X-Ray as a child I quickly realized how cool the result is, whether it was a foot, a rib cage or any other part of the body, it is just pure art. Photographer Nick Veasey seems to share the same fascination though instead of admiring it he makes it himself. He has a little room with X-ray machines that he uses to make such beautiful photography and what makes it ...

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Some phrases in the English language have multiple meanings and one example is the word “shooting”. Either with a weapon or a camera, and though it has always puzzled me why the same word is used in place of just “take pictures”, these guys in the video have taken the meaning of shooting using a camera into the literal sense and let me tell you, it’s brilliant. The story goes, it’s two opposing forces, Canon are ...

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Here’s a very interesting and trendy product, Inkodye by Lumi. As the name implies it is ink and it is really special. As the owners suggest, artists’ tools are the same and by this ink they aim at creating a new tool. To put it in simple words, this ink responds to sunlight, you start painting with paint that is almost transparent and within 6 minutes the sun will dye the color on the material, ...

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Check out these amazing images featuring Monica Bellucci and Bianca Balti! The ads are for the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2012 campaign, and I am loving every one of them! Having been featured in Dolce & Gabbana’s Jewelry campaign, Monica Bellucci proved to be a huge hit as she should be since she embodies the very best of Italian cinema. Captured by the talented Giampaolo Sgura in Southern Italy, the images depict Sunday mornings with the ...

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Erwan Frotin is a talented photographer whose work is not only known for the capturing aspect but also for the creation of the objects. Erwan already does a great job at capturing still life, but his work also involves sculpting the objects and this case these beautiful flowers. These series of photos are called “Flora Obiensis” and I wouldn’t say he is deforming flowers, but he is rather mixing and matching different aspects of flowers as well ...

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Sandy Skoglund is definately one of a kind artist, what you see before your eyes is not generated on the computer but was rather built over a long period of time for a single shot, this is why I call it, Surreal For Real! Sandy knows no particular medium for creating her living sets but rather experiments with pretty much anything, even Cheetos. The artworks you see are both old and new, so old that they ...

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