This presentation, “Bridging the Gap: Classical Art Designed for Photographers,” is a talk by Adam Marelli that is designed to link composition techniques from the classical art of painting to the world of photography.
A creative photographer has combined his love of break dancing and passion for Buddhist culture and snapped some incredibly unique images of dancers with additional limbs.
Brooklyn-based Johnny Tang, who has taken photographs of some of the best street dancers in America since 2011, decided his images could be more engaging and looked to ‘free the limitations of the body’.
We can’t get enough of artist and illustrator Lola Dupré’s precisely fragmented, surrealist collage creations. So (as we often do when we spot art that makes us say “Wow!” or “How?!”) we asked her if she’d like to be interviewed. Dupré kindly said yes—but that we’d have to conduct the interview by sending emails back and forth, as she was in the midst of moving from one country to another.