Hailing from the Czech Republic, self-taught photographer Martin Stranka uses a bit of Photoshop magic to create totally surreal portraits. He also compiled his favorite shots into a limited edition book that is worth checking out.
Surreal Portraiture from Self-Taught Photographer
via We and the Color
How Do I Land?
Comedian Kurt Braunohler (He’s on Tumblr) hired a pilot to do some brilliant sky graffiti over LA which was funded by his Kickstarter Campaign. Apparently there’s more on the way!
Supersonic Electronic Art
Using her iPhone, Manon Wethly has been experimenting with liquids flying against the backdrop of a blue sky. She writes:
It is absolutely fascinating to see what kind of shape an object or liquid gets when it is ‘flying’. Clicking at exactly the right second most often brings the most spectacular and surprising results.
Flying Liquids Photographed Against a Blue Sky
via Junk Culture
At the intersection of science and art, Dr. Kai-hung Fung is using CT scans to build 3d models of the inside of the human body. He got the idea after noticing a CT scan of a woman’s nose resembled an orchid, and realized that medical images could be art as well.
The Inside of Your Body is Filled With Crazy Imagery
To celebrate the city’s 125th anniversary this year, Kiko Ricote spent 2 whole years photographing the city from literally every angle. Kiko’s work is compiled in a lovely book dedicated to the city’s global heritage.
Miami’s 125th Anniversary Celebrated in Photos
via Pro Photo Daily