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Julian Calverley of late spent 3 long days not too long ago taking panoramic back plates of London. Every finished image is a composite, made up of three 80 mpxl image files. It comes as no surprise that the resulting images of his efforts reveal a truly spectacular level of intricacy and detail.
Public swimming pools are certainly one of the last places where you would hope to find some respite or solitude. Public swimming pools are often characteristically normal with rowdy kids, shrieking teenagers, as well as merry making adults. It can be a place for many things, but hardly ever appropriate for some peace and quiet.
Hunting or warfare usually requires garments that tries to hide you as much as possible. This kind of garments is normally referred to as camouflage, which is the use of any combination of materials, colors or lighting for concealment. Both humans and animals use camouflage during specific tasks.
For Dan Cretu, food is more than just something edible; they are his tools for creating practically anything he fancies. For instance, an orange can be a bicycle, tablets can be a disco mirror ball, donuts can take the form of an extinct cassette tape cartridge, seeds can be a soccer ball, and the list goes on and on. What Cretu does is take everyday food items such as watermelons, oranges, tomatoes and licorice and create the unexpected.
Ever thought you could get anything amazing from the lowly soap bubble? Of course you can! This striking series is a product of the imagination of a certain Angela Kelly. Believe it or not, these lovely spheres were made with ordinary dish soap. They froze on the ground, but the results as you can see are stunning.