The play - Wings by Alesja Popova

Wings by Alesja Popova

Dancing is power. Dancing is prayer. Some say that all is dance. Now there's a big dance coming, a dance to heal the earth. You are part of the dance of life and the healing of Mother Earth. Many blessings ~ Cherokee Billie

German artist Moto Waganari crafts intricate human sculptures using filigree wires, but there are hidden surprises in his works of wired art. The artist uses light to tease out the ‘alter egos’ of his sculptures, which splay out on the wall as dramatic, two-dimensional shadows.

30 Cool Shadow Art Examples

German artist Moto Waganari crafts intricate human sculptures using filigree wires, but there are hidden surprises in his works of wired art. The artist uses light to tease out the ‘alter egos’ of his sculptures, which splay out on the wall as dramatic, t

Howe hall ( Aero space): attribute: dynamic_The wire seems to represent the strong sand storm moving around an astronaut in Mars.

Human Body Sculptures by Antony Gormley

Francesca Woodman, I like the style of Woodman's images, they have a dreamy quality to them due to the longer exposure.

Camera Movement- Francesca Woodman, I like the style of Woodman's images, they have a dreamy quality to them due to the longer exposure.

Bright Colored Silouettes In Vintage Photography t by Hayley Warnham « Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

I like these digital collage works from British artist Hayley Warnham. Solid, bright color meets vintage and personal photography in the pictures, which capture a nostalgic, innocent vibe. The use of flat color with found photography evokes the wor

Gratitude—that’s what New York-based photographer Omar Robles took away with him after his latest experience photographing ballet dancers in urban backdrops. Following his recent trip to Cuba, the talented photographer took his project to Mexico City with the support of Fujifilm, where he once again connected with gifted local dancers to create a striking series of …

Gorgeous Portraits of Ballet Dancers Gracefully Moving through the Streets of Mexico City

Gratitude—that's what New York-based photographer Omar Robles took away with him after his latest experience photographing ballet dancers in urban backdrops.

4. Freezing motion. Gjon Mili

Nude Descending Staircase by Light Painting Photographer Gjon Mili. The first known use of stroboscopic flash to capture multiple motions in one exposure

Les fantastiques double expositions Miguel Gonzalez

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

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