L'enfant exterieur retouched by Cristian Girotto with photography by Quentin Curtat

“L’ Enfant Extérieur” (The Outer Child), a portrait series in which adults have been digitally downsized into adult-child hybrids. The series was created by French photo retoucher Cristian Girotto, in collaboration with photographer Quentin Curtat.

Architecture of Density A39 by Michael Wolf

German photographer Michael Wolf's series, 'Architecture of Density', captures Hong Kong's crowded urban landscape. Pictured is 'Architecture of Density Courtesy of Flowers Gallery © Michael Wolf

Photographer Matthias Heiderich takes pictures of colourful candy-striped warehouses

Photographer Matthias Heiderich – putting the candy-striped joy back into warehouse architecture

Forest Stair in the Sti For Øye sculpture park in Stokke, by Norwegian studio Saunders Architecture

Completed in 0 in Stokke, Norway. Images by Bent René Synnevåg. This sculptural installation was designed for the Sti For Øye sculpture park in Stokke, set amongst the Vestfold oak forest to the south of Oslo.

Flying Houses 4 by Laurent Chehere

French photographer Laurent Chehere explores inspirational architecture of Paris in his “Flying Houses” series. The collection includes photos of various buildings, hotels, homes, trailers, and tents.

Between Bridges, Art Club 2000. Untitled (Conrans I) 1992–93

When The Gap Was Everywhere - Art Club Untitled (Conrans I), Chromogenic color print, 8 x 10 inches x cm). Courtesy the artist and the Estate of Colin de Land

Fotografato da Renato Cerisola

Renato photographs the water lilies in the Japanese garden of Giverny, inspired by master painter Claude Monet.

Shuji Kobayashi

The light fantastic shimmers and shines with photographer Shuji Kobayashi

From The Alone series by Ransom & Mitchell

Ransom & Mitchell is a still + motion creative team in San Francisco featuring the combined talents of director - photographer Jason Mitchell and set designer - digital artist Stacey Ransom specializing in narrative conceptual photography.