A model presents a creation by French designer Barbara Bui as part of her Spring/Summer 2016 women's ready-to-wear collection during Fashion Week in Paris, France, October 1, 2015. (Photo by Charles Platiau/Reuters)
Scott Brundage was born and raised in Connecticut. He began his career while studying at the University of Arts in Philadelphia. He lives and works in New York. Collaborates with The Wall Street Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Artist’s Magazine and etc.
A model presents a creation made of plastic cutlery during Trash Fashion Show in Macedonia's capital Skopje, on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. Teams from 47 high schools from Macedonia participated in the show with creations made of redesigned materials from waste such as plastic bags, newspapers, cardboard, plastic bottles, cans, used paper, etc. (Photo by Boris Grdanoski/AP Photo)
George Chamoun creates a visual mashup of two different Hollywood eras. The name Iconatomy is coined from the words "icon" (starts, celebrities, etc) and "anatomy". It took Chamoun a lot of time and energy trying to find two perfect photographs to digitally pair together. The results are in no way morphed, but collaged together to create an iconic symbol of looks, fortune and fame.
Tim Macpherson is a UK based advertising photographer who started his career shooting Editorial for magazines. His works are published in best advertising photographers book Lurzers. He works for The sunday times, Nikon, phillips etc. Photoset is short, but very creative.
The Bridge is a concept design for the ArchTriumph competition – they wanted to actually create something rather fun and frivolous (as opposed to their projects that are all of great concern when it comes to functionality, comfort for its users etc). The competition was a nice opportunity to create something a bit “outside the lines” and to have fun actually. A fun and smart idea, yet rigorous, congratulations!
Kim Haskins was born in 1981 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Throughout school she was known as the class artist - the one who drew pictures in other peoples’ exercise books, made posters for school plays, designed t-shirts etc. Even growing up she pictures always fell into one of two categories: humorous or still life.