You can find tranquility in chaos. In order to prove this thing, here is “Urbanistan”, a travel photography series which portrays people living in poor communities. Although they are surrounded by chaos, the artist has managed to capture the subjects in a calm manner, handing out a sense of peacefulness to the viewers.
The most fascinating photo projects in the world
We are all photography fans and we want to see what others are creating. Photographers form a creative bunch and the most amazing photo projects are right here for you. We can bring you in the limelight of photographic excellence by exposing awe-inspiring artwork to you!
Following a mass exodus in the 1960s, people were curious to find out how was life in Harlem in the 1970s. One of the first photographers to venture into the neighborhood during that time was Jack Garofalo. The artist’s photos of the Paris Match magazine are revealing an energetic culture taking life as it is.
Photographer Tim Tadder has teamed up with two other artists in order to create a surreal portrait photo project that celebrates the “Day of the Dead” Mexican holiday. It is called “Las Muertas” and it consists of models who impersonate the goddess Mictecacihuatl, who has become a “Calavera Catrina”.
French photographer Réhahn moved to Vietnam in 2011 after falling in love with the places and the people during a trip in 2007. The artist has captured thousands of portraits and traveled through one quarter of the country. Among these photos, you can find the enchanting “Hidden Smiles” of Vietnamese people.
How would like to be able to walk on water? Well, there are a couple of huskies which have experienced having this ability and the whole thing has been captured on camera by photographer Fox Grom. The Russian photographer has actually recorded his two huskies, Alaska and Blizzard, appearing to be capable of walking on water.
Have you ever wondered what you will look like when you get older? Or what you will wear? Photographer Alex de Mora is attempting to envision the future, so he is showing what our generation will wear when they get older. Life of Leisure is a project hinting that we will prefer “leisurewear” over other style of outfits.
What would you do if a complete stranger comes to you, asks you “which is your biggest regret?”, asks you to write it down, and asks you to pose with the answer for a photo? Well, artist Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi is that complete stranger and she has managed to find willing subjects for her awesome portrait photo project.
A Seattle-based photographer is putting his infant son into all kinds of dangerous situations. However, you need not worry, as it is all photoshopped and part of a cute photo series called “Madd Stunts”. Maddex is Brandon Hill’s toddler, who seems to enjoy the photo shoots as well as being a daredevil for this project.
Danish photographer Keen Heick-Abildhauge has decided to create a project that would prove that the stereotypes about the Russian people are wrong. The artist has created the “100 Years: The Russian Portrait” black-and-white photo series consisting of portraits of Russian people aged one to 100 and their passions.
Photographer Jason Travis is proposing something different for getting to know his friends as well as complete strangers. The artist has created the “Persona” photo project, which consists of compositions of a subject’s portrait and the items used on a daily basis by the subject. The results are intriguing and worth a closer look.
A Romanian artist has created a thought-provoking photo series that documents the mix of social classes in a 10-storey apartment block located in Bucharest, Romania. Bogdan Girbovan has captured 10 photos from the same angle of 10 single-room flats, which are identical and placed on one another for the 10/1 project.
A Dutch photographer has ridden the New York City subway for 13 weeks during a period of three years. His goal was to create a photo project documenting the physical books that people were reading while riding the metro. Reinier Gerritsen has captured hundreds of photos in order to create the amazing “The Last Book” series.
Beauty means to be authentic, to be yourself, and to keep alive your origins and your culture. This is what Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc says. In order to prove that her statement is accurate, the artist is traveling around the world to capture portraits of beautiful women for her project called “The Atlas Of Beauty”.
“Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends” is a portrait photo project by Tim Mantoani. The artist is documenting the photographers behind some iconic photos that are known all over the world. Captured using a 20×24 Polaroid camera, the project consists of portraits of the photographers holding their images.
A few years ago, James and Kelly Lewis adopted a 7-year-old girl, who had already been adopted by six other families. In order to bond with the little girl, professional photographer Kelly Lewis has started the “Malice of Alice” photo project, which consists of portraits of Alice cosplaying her favorite fictional characters.