Back 1975, American photographer Nicholas Nixon once took a photo of his wife Bebe and her three sisters, and they came up with an idea to make it an annual tradition. Since then, the Brown sisters took a photo every year till 2010. To make the series more coherent, the four sisters – Heather, Mimi,
Amsterdam-based artist Max Zorn uses packaging tape like no one else – instead of using it for packaging or fixing stuff, Max creates stunning tape pictures. The artist achieves different shades, hues and shadows by layering the translucent tape on the Plexiglass and cutting it with a scalpel. Once finished, his artwork can be seen
Now that the annual National Geographic Photo Contest has concluded and the 2013 winners have been announced, we can finally take a look at some of the best photographs in the world taken this year. The contest is divided into three major categories – People, places and nature. The grand-prize winning photograph was “Ice Bear”
The shortlist photos for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards have finally been unveiled. This year, the award competition received a record-breaking amount of submissions – 139,544 images from 166 countries. The submissions were split into three large groups – Professional, Open and Youth – each of which were split into a wide range of sub-categories.
We’ve already looked at some unbelievably realistic drawings and paintings before (see: 25 Photorealistic Pictures Drawn with a BIC Pen and Incredibly Realistic Pencil Drawings by Paul Lung) but it’s nothing compared to what you are about to see. This time, let’s take a look at the works of some of the world’s greatest photorealism