Lyon based photographer Samsofy creates an unbelievable imaginary world of comprised LEGO characters. The scenes depicted interweave the plastic pieces alongside life-sized objects to convey an incredibly humorous and innovative masterpiece.
“In ‘A Corrupt Nature’ our traditional viewpoint of Las Vegas is flipped. Our focus is sets of lonely, forgotten trees and strange piles of detritus resembling pyramids, the casinos far in the background. Immediately, we’re reminded of the barren landscape that preceded our arrival. Through the use of color, these elements transcend their ordinary appearance and become symbols of Nature’s inherent power and endurance, patiently outlasting eras and species.” Maciek Jasik
“Our Fantastic Death by Crayons” is a series by photographer Victor Koroma that juxtaposes a tool that symbolizes death and destruction and a tool that symbolizes creation and youthful imagination. The series explores the thought that we die from our own creations. That by creating we destroy and by destroying we create.
Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, so many great artists have one very furry thing in common: cats. Gathered here for the first time by editor Alison Nastasi are behind-the-scenes stories of more than 50 famous artists and their feline friends. From Salvador Dali’s pet ocelot Babou to John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s menagerie of cats, Artists and Their Cats from Chronicle Books (edited by Alison Natasi) captures these endearing friendships in charming photographs and engaging text.
Jamie Heinrich has recently come out with a short film entitled “YEUX.” The artistic piece features multidisciplinary artist and previous BBB interviewee Madsteez searching to find what happened to his creative abilities after all the problems with his vision. See the stills and video after the click.