Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Old abandoned buildings are filled with history, a sense of creepiness and amazing photographic opportunities. One such place is the abandoned historic landmark Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, WV, deemed one of the most haunted places in North America. Originally named Weston State Hospital, it was built right before the Civil War in the mid-1800′s, [...]

SPACE, ABOUT A DREAM EXHBITION AT KUNSTALLE WEIN Outer space is not only a physically extending sphere, but also a symbol: for centuries, man’s dreams and visions have been concerned with conquering the “extraterrestrial zone,” with getting to know worlds  beyond Earth, and even with colonizing other planets. “Space is the Place,” proclaimed the musician Sun [...]

Road signs. Drive along the vast highways of middle America and one is sure to see a plethora of these outdated relics of a bygone era. They exude a distinct style of design and aesthetic rarely found in modern signage. These cool vintage road sign photography prints from Retro Roadside Photo captures that lost art [...]

We’ve all seen this before. You’re shopping for vegetables in the produce section and come across a tomato that looks like it’s actually conjoined triplets. You shake your head and promptly put it down for fear of purchasing such a monstrosity. Well photography Uli Westphal takes these mutated vegetables and turns them into fascinating art [...]

Take a trip into the world of creepiness in this video titled “Asylum Descent” where Andrew Geraci and his crew set up and used the Dynamic Perception time-lapse motion slider in a dilapidated mental asylum located in Maryland. Andrew couldn’t reveal it’s real location, so we’ll have to make do with only knowing which state [...]

Nick Veasey’s x-ray photography of ordinary objects, plant life, and toys remind us of scan machine prints one might get from an airport only they’re elevated to beautiful pieces of art. Here are some samples…

The New York Photo Festival, for its third juried photo invitational exhibition, is accepting submissions of photographic work that shatter definitions of the passively accepted, and open the door to social change. These photographers’ actions generate questions that have the potential to propel a society to experimentation and to embark on new projects that could [...]


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