I love architecture photography and the geometry behind human constructions. Unlike nature, we tend to rely heavily on hard angles and straight lines. The contrast with the environment sometimes is quite aggressive but it does create some beautiful subjects for photography.
Beautiful Winter Landscapes
Let's explore together the North Chile, more precisely into the Atacama Desert. Cool fact, it's a desert that is pretty famous for star gazing even though with its 105,000 km² area. Behind this photography series, we have a Montreal-based photographer (and more) named Jay Kreatica. Let's follow his escape into the endless layers of colours and sand.
Art deco has to be one of my favorite design styles, mostly because of the geometric and simple forms and the sort of motion that is created. This style had a huge influence in architecture being visible in some of the most iconic buildings in major cities like New York. As I am working on some new ideas for Abduzeedo artwork I decided to share some images that inspired me. Art Deco is an influential visual arts design style that first appeared in France after World War I, flourishing internationally in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s before its popularity waned after World War II.
You know you got an state-of-the-art piece when you get to capture the best of underwater and surface worlds. I find completely spectacular half-underwater photographies that capture scenes of either quietude or amazing events. So I've selected some superb examples of that. These are the work of some truly talented people, and you should really check their portfolios out simply by clicking each image. They'll definitely enjoy your visit. Also, if you got your own half-underwater pieces, share it with us! We'd love to see it. Cheers! ;)