Let's start off the week with a photography series named: GRVTY by Daniel Garay Arango. What's particular about this series is the tone and also the extra mile that Daniel took really make it stand out even more from what we've seen around. It will definitely be interesting to see his process from start to finish but what I can see here is a mixture of photography and photoshop. It's really architectural project to a whole new level.
"Follow me" Photo Series
I grew up watching F-1 races on the weekends, my favorite driver was Ayrton Senna and he used to be part of the McLaren team back in the day. I remember that one of my favorite things to do in school was to draw his F1 racing cars. I also remember when McLaren announced their first car and since then they've been pushing the limits of card design. The new McLaren MP4-12C is a proof of that.
We're delighted to bring you these beautiful shots of the infamous Route 66 by German-based photographer Ralph Graef. Established in 1926, Route 66 is perhaps the most famous original highway in the USA running from Santa Monica to Chicago. As transportation advances were made, it was swallowed by the Interstate road system and was officially removed from the US highway system in 1985. As a way to celebrate, historical remnants are now labeled as a scenic byway with "Historic Route 66" signs.
The Game we play is a series of basketball hoop portraits from many parts of New York. This project was done by Franck Bohbot, a French photographer who now lives in New York and specializes in photographing public spaces, street scene. For more from Franck Bohbot visit franckbohbot.com.