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One World Trade Center is the main building of the new World Trade Center complex found in New York City’s Lower Manhattan. The especially modern design is an inventive blend of architecture, safety and sustainability. The building’s minimalism of form is ageless, mirroring the long tradition of American ingenuity in high-rise edifices. One World Trade Center is a new visual attraction for both New York and the United States.
Clean-shaven men, steer clear! Once again, the annual National Beard and Moustache Championships organized by Beard Team USA was held last September 7, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana at the House of Blues in the French Quarter for its fourth year. In excess of 150 contestants from the U.K., U.S. and Canada took part in the competition that featured in 17 categories. Luckily for all of us, Las Vegas-based photographer Greg Anderson attended the hairy event.
It may be a source of disappointment for some, while others may be surprised, but there is much being done in the creative world that is either not original, is inspired by previous art, or is innocently repeating itself. This is precisely the idea of Lilah Ramzi when she came up with the project Part Nouveau.
Breaking or clashing with rituals seems to be quite the norm these days, with people trying out new and original ways to do something traditional. Engagement photo shoots are certainly no exception, with more and more variations of the event being conjured by adventurous young couples. One such deviation from the usual is this horror-themed, comic book inspired, sequence done for a young Hungarian couple, Alexandra and Chris.
German photographer Ralph Hargarten recently came up with a project called A Dog’s life. In it, Hargarten is able to capture some very subtle nuances in the dog’s facial expressions. He remarkably is able to depict these canines in such a way that they evoke human expressions quite uncannily.
The creations of Italian photographer Alberto Seveso have been the subject of many features on the internet already. Much to our delight, Seveso is back with a superb series simply entitled Dropping. While his previous series showed his experimentation with ink and water, this time around he chose to play with oil.