Biotop from Polygonia by "Istvan"
Created by designer ‘Istvan’ of Chaotic Atmosphere, these geometric insects are a beautiful exercise in fictional biology, code, and digital illustration. The collection of nearly 100 organisms with day/night variations is titled Biotop from Polygonia was made in Cinema 4D using random values within parameters designed by Istvan. You can see the full series over on NeonMob, a digital platform for discovering, collecting, and trading art online. (via Colossal ).
Arte al natural en miniatura
Hasan Kale, talentoso artista Turco, crea pinturas en miniatura sobre cualquier objeto, desde cáscaras de frutos secos, hasta semillas, alas de insectos disecados, incluso una aguja se puede convertir en un lienzo en sus dedos.
Sus pinturas además de técnica, requieren de mucha paciencia y dedicación. Son representaciones panorámicas de Estambul, su ciudad natal y la ciudad que lo inspira.
Insectes by Laurent Seroussi
Photographer Laurent Seroussi has created a body of work entitled Insectes. This example of photographism is very convincing; bringing us a stunning morphology of creepy insects and beautiful women. The model’s hands become sinister pinchers, claws, and other appendages as the beetles, scarabs and Phasmids shift in scale making these larger than life creatures even more intimidating to view. Seroussi has a very successful advertising career that encompasses large range of clients from high-fashion to GreenPeace.
Visit his work at: http://www.laurentseroussi.com
Source: Artists Without Borders
Art with food.
“For almost every day last month Malaysian artist/architect Hong Yi (who often goes by the nickname Red) created a fun illustration made with common (and occasionally not so common) food. Her parameters were simple: the image had to be comprised entirely of food and the only backdrop could be a white plate. With that in mind Yi set out to create landscapes, animals, homages to pop culture, and even a multi-frame telling of the three little pigs. The project, which still appears to be ongoing, has been documented heavily around the web.”
Joel Sartore has produced more than 30 stories from around the world as a freelance photographer for National Geographic magazine. He is an author, speaker and teacher who captivates audiences with his funny and inspiring adventures. His images show a world worth saving.
For many of Earth’s creatures, time is running out. Half of the world’s plant and animal species will soon be threatened with extinction. The goal of the Photo Ark is to document biodiversity, show what’s at stake and to get people to care while there’s still time. More than 1,800 species have been photographed to date, with more to come.
Definitely is one of my favorites photographers, I love all the picks he took for this project I hope you enjoy his work as much I did !
Photo: Female African elephant (Loxodonta africana) at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
About the Biodiversity Project: joelsartore.com
Check his pictures here: joelsartore.com
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Sofia Martinez Vilalpando