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7 Questions: Frank Machalowski On 'Monsters,' His Eerie Long Exposure Photos of Crowds

Frank Machalowski is an award-winning German photographer, who lives and work in Berlin. After studying economic studies in Berlin and applying himself to

Unusual portrait in a big hasty city Zsolt Nyulaszi (Budapest, Hungary) (via Photo Contest Finalist - Unusual portrait in a big hasty city Motion Blur Photography, Experimental Photography, Exposure Photography, Film Photography, Creative Photography, Street Photography, Alexey Titarenko, Fotografia Social, Photo Images


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The Story of Railways: The London Underground. Author: Richard Bowood Illustrator: Robert Ayton 100 Years of Ladybird Books. Ladybird Books, Gravure Illustration, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustrations, London Underground, London Transport, Public Transport, Transport Posters, Railway Posters

The best Ladybird illustrations ever!

From the quite terrifying big bad wolf to brilliant buckle shoes, Sophy Henn, author and illustrator of Pom Pom Gets the Grumps, takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her favourite Ladybird book illustrations

The Tube Carriage :: Edward Bainbridge Copnall :: Oil on board, signed 1954 Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Gcse Art, First Art, London Art, Art Forms, Cool Art

The First Art Newspaper on the Net

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Car graveyard, Ardennes, Belgium American soldiers based on the Western front during World War 2 purchased cars for personal use. When the war ended, they proved too expensive to ship home and many were left abandoned in this eerie graveyard. Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Vehicles, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Belgium, Abandoned Library, Abandoned Property, Haunted Places

Rust in peace: Haunting pictures of the Belgian 'car graveyard' where U.S. soldiers hid beautiful vintage motors after WWII

WW2 car graveyard in Belgium Once back in the U.S., soldiers who wanted their cars back were told they would have to take personal responsibility for the cost of shipping. Not a single car was retrieved. Over time, corrosion and decay have worn down the vehicles and what little remained was stolen by locals and car collectors, with dashboards and logos proving particularly popular for fixing similar old models

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The Urban Appeal Of Steven Albert's Photo-Realism Paintings

above: Stroll by Steven Albert, oil on canvas, 30" x 40", Hespe gallery Steven Albert's oil paintings are hyperrealistic representations of urban and small town icons like cafes, coffeehouses, street windows, graffiti scrawled walls and parked cars. The mundane subject matter is executed with a deft hand, keen eye and romantic familiarity, especially to those who grew up around San Francisco. above: 1789 Folsom by Steven Albert, 2009, oil on canvas, 30"X48", George Billis Gallery, New York…

Ewing Paddock began a personal project of making paintings of people in the London Underground. Painting people is what interests Paddock most. Painting People, Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Arte Gcse, Gcse Art, London Underground, Underground Tube, Illustrations, Illustration Art

Artist Ewing Paddock's paintings of people on the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of painting people on the London Underground.

Iconic images of London in and by street photographer Life is a blur: Using techniques ahead of his time such as a slow shutter speeds, the photographer bestowed new depth on scenes like this one in 1960 at Victoria station A Level Photography, Experimental Photography, City Photography, Panning Photography, Social Photography, Motion Photography, People Photography, Photography Ideas, London Pictures

You're Strongly Advised To Look At These Awesome Vintage Pictures Of London

From Observing the Crowd: Photographs by Bob Collins, now on at the Museum of London.

Sybil Andrews, In Full Cry. Linocut, The red, yellow and black horses capture the feelings experienced, rather than the sights seen Sybil Andrews, Linocut Prints, Art Prints, Block Prints, Auckland Art Gallery, Rise Art, Equine Art, Printmaking, Modern Art

London Original Print Fair: Prints that move like lightening

One of the hottest topics at the London Original Print Fair will be the first auction ever held in Britain devoted to prints by artists of the Grosvenor School.

Artist Ewing Paddock& three-year project of painting people on the London Underground. Nostalgia, A Level Art, Painting People, Journey, London Underground, Gcse Art, Kawaii, London Art, Environmental Art

Artist Ewing Paddock's paintings of people on the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of painting people on the London Underground.

Alexey Titarenko (born 1962 in Leningrad, USSR, now Saint Petersburg, Russia) is a Russian photographer and artist. Titarenko’s photographic series from the 1 White Photography, Street Photography, Movement Photography, Urban Photography, Alexey Titarenko, Dada Art Movement, City Of Shadows, Petersburg Russia, Long Exposure

St. Petersburg, Russia fine artist Alexey Titarenko #artistaday

Alexey Titarenko received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the Department of Cinematic and Photographic Art at Leningrad’s Institute of Culture in 1983. He began taking photographs at the beginning of the 1970s, and in 1978 became a member of the well-known Leningrad photographic club Zerkalo, where he had his first solo exhibition (1978). Since this was creative activity that had no connection with the official Soviet propaganda, the opportunity to declare himself publicly as an artist…

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Famous Modern Photographers and Their Photos • PhotoTraces

"Famous Modern Photographers and Their Photos" is part of the Creative Photography series on PhotoTraces. You can find the rest of the articles here: Creative

City of Shadows — Alexey Titarenko Alexey Titarenko, Taking Pictures, Cool Pictures, Dada Art Movement, City Of Shadows, Shots Magazine, Black White, Dark Winter, Long Exposure

I must move, I must move And I can’t stand still — but does it float

Photographs by Alexey Titarenko Title: The Zombies via...

Alexey Titarenko has photographed Saint Petersburg since he was He called the series City of Shadows. Old Photography, Street Photography, Motion Photography, Documentary Photography, Amazing Photography, Landscape Photography, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Wedding Photography

Water Rushing Through Cities, The Gentle Version

Human beings are two-thirds water — and one could think of us forming a river as we move through life. Contemplating these striking photos from St. Petersburg, it's not so hard to believe.