A Redditor who goes by the name of RudeBootie recently uploaded a collection of over 100 awesome gifs of backgrounds of various fighting video games. The sheer visual quality of these long-forgotten images paired with a feeling of nostalgia make this collection something to be marveled at.
Check out some of them below.
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For over four years, Moroccan photographer, Gilbert Bel-Bachir traveled extensively on Sydney’s local buses taking images throughout his trips. The result is a series of images entitled Looking Through Glass which consists of several out-of-focus and sometimes downright abstract images which invite the viewer into a voyeuristic world of everyday urban life while at the same time – thanks to the windows (which are often times scratched, fogged up, or covered with grafitti) – convey a feeling of detachment.
Take a closer look below.
David Walker has a new exhibit opening at Paris’ Galerie Mathgoth on June 1st, and leading up to the big day the London-based artist has provided a preview of some of his latest colourful and impressive works which will be on display. All were made freehand using only spray paint.
More images below.
I’m guessing you’ve all seen or at least heard about Flickr’s new redesign. The new layout makes browsing images much more enjoyable, but apart from that we’re also particularly keen on the bright new geometric avatars which were designed by the super talented, award winning, Greek designer Charis Tsevis
Check out the rest of the collection below as well as steps showing the making of the set on Behance.
Wow. This video is beyond jaw-dropping. It was shot by Italian filmmaker, Leonardo Dalessandri on the streets of Marrakech, Essaouira, Fes el Bali and Casablanca, and I seriously cannot even begin to describe what I just saw. I have no clue how he got some of the shots, and because it’s so fast-paced and so much is going on even in half-second cuts, I will be watching this one at least a handful times more. Wow.
Brooklyn-based photographer, Matthew Porter captures unbelievably beautiful images of vintage muscle cars in mid-flight. At first photos seem real, but after viewing it closely you realize the cars are far too high in the air to be real images. Then you begin to wonder how he makes these images look so awesomely real. He begins by taking large format images of barren cityscapes, and then dangles miniature cars (purchased through diecastmusclecars.com) from a mechanical arm which are carefully lighted and shot. He then digitally fuses the two separate photos and the result looks like something straight out of a scene from Starsky & Hutch or Dukes of Hazard.
More images below.