smoke from floto+warner on Vimeo.
This is one of my favourite projects of New York-based photography studio Floto + Warner. They choose the Nevada desert to detonate their home-made creations, it’s an awesome serie of colorful smoke in abandoned buildings and amazing landscapes. The video is especially mesmerizing, with colorful smoke moving along to Bon Iver’s moody Holocene.
Pink cherry blossom in front of my house.
Artist Andres Amador takes unconventional art to a whole other level with his incredible sand paintings. Using the beach as his enormous canvas and rakes as his brushes, Amador creates massive, eye-catching murals featuring geometric and floral patterns. The sand artist uses his whole body to navigate his tools across the grains, transforming his chosen coastline into one of his giant Earthscape paintings.
‘When I was little I used to dream about being a dancer or that I could fly and that I would learn to speak the language of the animals in the forest or that of the most dramatic actor. With the click of a finger I’ve found a way to make these things come true’
beautiful landscape prints by Jessica Tremp
Overgrowth is a new and ongoing artistic collaboration between photographer Parker Fitzgerald and floral designer Riley Messina. Riley combines classically thoughtful botanical designs with Parker’s carefully considered film images in an expression of the multifaceted relationship between humankind and nature. The anonymous portraits exudes such pure and natural beauty.
We really love these new minimal colour works of Alyson Provax. In an interview at the website buysomedamnart.com she explained,
“I suppose my work is inevitably dark insofar as it deals with time, which is given meaning through death. Although, without being too prescriptive, I find it almost impossibly light to be reminded that we will move through time regardless of anything else, that everything will eventually change and there is just nothing to be done – and that our attention to the moment is the only thing keeping us rooted in place, at all.”
You can inquire about the originals via her website or at Ristretto and there are wonderful prints available online at Tappan Collective.