London, UK fine artist Jacob Sutton #artistaday
Jacob Sutton is a London based photographer. He has contributed to publications including ELLE, Interview, i-D, 10, GQ Style, Muse, AnOther Man, EXIT, Mixte Homme, and Vogue. Beyond editorial work, Sutton has also photographed advertising campaigns for brands including Burberry and Powerade.
Dark Moody Winter Florals
If you recognized this post as a shameless excuse to show you a bunch of beautiful pictures, then you are absolutely correct. While we usually associate flowers with the warmer months, today we’re taking a deep dive into winter florals — dark, moody compositions with dark flowers (or dark backgrounds) that are just perfect for this time of the year. Above: a beautiful painted mural of dark flowers in the home of French artist Claire Basler, from Inside Out Magazine via Poppytalk.
60 Impressive Conceptual Photography Ideas
Conceptual photography is a kind of experimental photography in which artists try to visually convey an idea in the form of their photographs. Conceptual photography can be natural as well as compu…
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ACTORS - MALE | ANDY GOTTS PHOTOGRAPHER
Beautiful celebrity photographic portraits taken by renowned photographer Andy Gotts MBE
Prisioneiras de sua condição frágil e dependente da tutela de um adulto, algumas crianças aprendem demasiado cedo o significado da palavra “injustiça”. O trabalho infantil é uma questão que está longe de ser resolvida; conflitos armados roubam a vida de crianças e suas famílias; subnutrição; miséria; prostituição infantil; tráfico de drogas; tantas mazelas com as quais convivemos mais ou menos à distância. Mas há outro monstro à espreita: crianças bem nascidas, educadas em bons colégios…
Photography by David Bailey
Great British potrait and fashion photographer. Anjelica Houston Jack Nicholson More photos by David Bailey here.
“She wouldn’t remember that at a certain corner I had stopped to pick up her hairpin, or that, when I bent down to tie her laces, I remarked the spot on which her foot had rested and that it would remain there forever, even after the cathedrals had been demolished and the whole Latin civilization wiped out forever and ever.” ― Henry Miller, Tropic of Cancer