Natalie Fletcher found a way to combine her love for painting and photography with what she calls “living compositions.”
Using body paint and and precise angles, she’s able to make her models blend in completely with the landscape.
Body Art Meets Photography in These “Living Compositions” via Fubiz Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
The street artist
Invader is known for his quirky, 8-bit installations in urban centers across the world, but his latest project brought him to a place way less populated.
With the sheer lack of streets in the remote corners of Africa, Invader merged photography with his craft by holding his creations and capturing them.
Street Artist Invader Brings His Craft to the African Sahara via Cool Hunting Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
Adrian Steirn is one of the most prolific wildlife photographers alive, and his latest project takes that reputation to a new level.
Traveling to South Africa, Steirn documented the life of two rhinos reentering the wild after being the victims of poaching.
Renowned Wildlife Photographer Follows 2 Rhinos in South Africa via Cool Hunting Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
Dutch artist Hans Eijkebloom’s technique for street photography is like no other. Ambling around the world’s biggest cities, Hans wears his camera around his neck and uses a shutter that’s cleverly hidden in his pocket.
In his current project, “People of the Twenty-first Century,” Hans collects photos of city dwellers who all share a common accessory.
Collages of Average City Dwellers Who Share a Common Accessory via AnOther Mag Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
New York-based artist
Kim Keever specializes in photographing underwater landscapes, and a recent series explores the behavior of paint pigments in water.
Using a massive aquarium, Kim drops colored pigments in water and captures the wonderfully abstract results.
Paint Pigments in Water Yield Wonderfully Abstract Results via My Modern Met Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr
Gyula Sopronyi shows off one of the real wonders of photography in his latest series, that is finding beauty in otherwise mundane settings.
Gyula captured these aerial shots of common river barges’ cargo, but the tightly cropped photographs are anything but average.
Tightly Cropped Aerial Shots of Barges’ Cargo Are Surprisingly Beautiful via Huffington Post Photojojo ♥’s Tumblr