Markus Hartel The use of black and white in his work draws to me! These unique comical scenes work in this way because if it was in colour, our attention would be drawn to something else in the shot. This image links to my idea of faceless close up portraits. However this is captured from a wide angle lense focusing on other elements in this photograph
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What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About the Experience of Architecture: “We make our buildings and afterwards our buildings make us.” In a railroad construction supervisor called Phineas Gage met with a tragic accident, lending to neuroscience perhaps its …
Surrealism Photography Joseph Hancock created this image of a man walking beneath a localized shower, protected by his umbrella. Some pictures of rain such as this one are perhaps a testament to our ability to weather temporary struggles.