Does million dollar work get you into Art Academies? by Michael Mikrivaz
Without the use of Photoshop or any digital manipulation, Korean artist JeeYoung Lee spends weeks converting her tiny Seoul studio into some of the most elaborate installations we’ve seen—for the sake of taking a single photograph.
cuddling couples seen through X-rays
HERE, ANYWHERE (2009 - ongoing)
The map of Hungary is speckled with capsules of time. During the political transformation twenty years ago, as the country experienced change it simply forgot about certain places – streets, blocks of flats, vacant sites and whole districts became self-defined enclosures, where today a certain out-dated, awkward, longed-to-be-forgotten Eastern Europeanness still lingers…
gabyflaquer asked: I am a Biology teacher in the Dominican Republic, very interested in having my students create an artistic product similar to the genetic portraits as part of a project. I'd love to know more about the technique to make the portraits match so beautifully. I have been cropping and pasting pictures and the result is interesting, but not half as polished. Please let me know if you are interested in sharing some ideas with us via email or even Skype. Love your work!
Hi! email me at email@example.com
i’ll share what i can with you
tummy-blurr asked: i am using your work as part of my research my art project. i love it.
Anonymous asked: What camera do you use?
Canon 5D mkII