These gorgeous photographs by Brice Bischoff created in 2009 have been lingering in my mind. They have an amazing ephemeral quality and were taken in man-made caves that were appropriated by Hollywood in numerous classic westerns and sci-fi movies.
Haunting and Beautiful. Enjoy!
There’s a fantastic interview with Bischoff at Dont Panic mag.
See more of his work at his website.
It seems geometric design and objects are everywhere right now. While the trend for geo stuff may be winding down, I just cannot get enough of the natural forms of raw gems.
via Pugly Pixel
via Exceptional Gems
For more gems and visual treats, check out Unurth on Pinterest.
I have had my head in the clouds lately with everything going on with Unurth. I came across these photos by Ryan Caruthers.They are both dreamy and emotive. They make me want to wander! Enjoy.
Head in the Clouds
Cause You Took the Air I Breathe
Check out more of his work here.
Snowfall #1 and #2, year: 2006-2007, size: 70 1/2"x33", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass
Sno3_076, year: 2006-2007, size: 40"x40", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass
Sno7_057, year: 2006-2007, size: 72"x72", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass
Sno7_063, year: 2006-2007, size: 104"x104", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass
While lusting for snowfall here in California, I came across the amazing work of brothers, Mike and Doug Starn’s. They have beautiful and thought provoking work exploring themes of “chaos, interconnection and interdependence, time, and physics,” . This is only one part of a large catalog of diverse work.
See more at their website: Starn Studio