Artist Tomba Lobos channels David Cronenberg in his freaky photo series that combines models' faces with macabre Play-Doh sculpture.
Photographs of Films series features long exposure photographs of classic movies.
Photographer Christopher Payne visited 30 states to shoot 70 mental hospitals for his dramatic and intriguing series 'Asylum.'
New York-based photographer Shinichi Maruyama combined more than 10,000 photos to make the perfect captures of a human being in motion.
Ryan Hopkinson and Andrew Stellitano experiment with a first painted stroke and how it defines a work by movement, style, or history.
Satoru Aoyama uses his background in textiles and fiber-material studies to sew color into old black-and-white photographs.
They might look like illustrations, but these art pieces from Jasper de Beijer are actually photographs of intricate hand-built models.
NYC might be a neat and tidy city today, but in the 1980s it looked like a post-apocalyptic disaster film. Where was Kurt Russel?
This new book from Austin Radcliffe is for those who love organization. His well curated imagery entertains and calms the senses.