Globe Trotting Photographers Document Various Locations Around the World While Facing Each Other

Peter Sedlacik and Zuzu Galova, two globe-trotting creative directors are running a very unconventional Tumblr blog called "Lens Between Us", in which they showcase beautiful photos shot in several locations around the world from two different points of view: she photographs him, while he photographs her, simultaneously. Chronicling their adventures around the world the pair compose each shot in a similar fashion allowing us to see the landscape from each point of view.

Illustrator Cleverly Transforms Everyday Packaging into Whimsical Characters

Japanese illustrator Takako Handa uses scissors and glue to create whimsical characters out of paper products we use every day such as milk cartons, stationary packaging and biscuit boxes. From a jolly cyclist to a pair of miniature brown bears, Handa carefully cuts and reconfigures each box, preserving small portions of the original branding. Can you identify them all?

Type of Letters: A Typography Treatment Created from Thousands of Letters Arranged in Cubby Holes

Niral Parekh's "Type of Letters", is an installation of mail arranged in cubby holes to make letters, words and numbers. The typography treatment was created from a combination of more than 3,000 pieces of mail such as postcards, newspapers, packages, direct mailers etc. "Many consider today’s world to be a digital world – a world of digital spaces and communications." Parekh says, "However, it is surprising to see, that even in todays time we heavily rely on and use ‘old school’ forms of communication (letters, newspapers etc.). In addition we are pleasantly surprised and appreciative of something that is created for ‘real’ – something physical that we can touch and feel outside of the digital space." The project took Best of Show in this year’s TDC Communication Design competition.

Artist Kyung Woo Han Creates Rorschach Inkblot Tests Out of Plastic Bags

Korean artist Kyung Woo Han creates intriguing works of art that often use optical illusions to illustrate the interpretative nature of perception. For his latest project titled "Plastic Rorschach", Han has assembled a series of boldly graphic Rorschach-like compositions using the simplest of materials - plastc bags. Speaking about his work Han says, “All the facts are relevant. People see what they want to see. One fact can be interpreted in several ways depend on our perceptions. In the opposite, two different facts can be looked the same. My work deals with perception and illusions. Everything we see or what we know is not absolute. I suggest various ways to perceive things with slightly different perspectives.”

Stunning High Speed Photos Capture the Moment People are Shot Out of a Water Slide

Photographer Krista Long shows her playful side with this series of stunning high-speed photos titled, “I Love Summer”, capturing the hilarious freeze-frame shots of the moment vacationers are shot out of a water slide. The photographs are a visual celebration of color, light, shape and summer bliss.

Artist Makoto Azuma Launches Plants into Space in His Latest Installation Project

For his latest project titled "Exobiotanica", floral artist Makoto Azuma and his 10-person crew, teamed with Sacramento-based JP Aerospace, to launch a Japanese white pine bonsai and an arrangement of flowers into orbit. Using styrofoam and a very light metal frame, Powell and his volunteers created two devices to attach the bonsai and the flowers, which would launch separately using helium balloons. ”I wanted to see the movement and beauty of plants and flowers suspended in space,” Makoto explained to T Magazine, “This is a dream come true.”

The Week-End

Our most popular posts this week featured mesmerizing photos of laundry spinning in laundromat's dryers, a one-off souvenir made out of mass produced objects, beautiful x-ray photos of toys and a replica of the Arc de Triomphe made from two tons of stale bread.

Street Artist Odeith Creates Mind-Bending Anamorphic Graffiti on the Walls of Abandoned Buildings

Portuguese street artist ODEITH, an innovator known for his technical ability to trick viewers into seeing his work float in mid-air, creates mind-bending anamorphic graffiti on the walls of abandoned buildings. Playing with light and shadow, Odeith spray paints his signature style letters on various surfaces, creating a distorted perspective that requires the viewer to occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image.

Beautiful X-Ray Photographs Reveal the Hidden Workings of Toys

Sydney-based photographer Brendan Fitzpatrick, just released a new collection of x-ray photos featuring robots, toy guns, jets and helicopters. Using both chest X-ray and mammogram machines Brendan explores the extraordinary visual potential of radiography, revealing the hidden workings that the eye can't see.

Designer Creates a One-Off NYC Souvenir Made out of Mass Produced Objects

While spending two months in New York for the Summer, London-based artist Chris Godfrey wanted to buy souvenirs for his friends and family, but was confronted by a monotony of generic and cheaply reproduced items. He decided to produce an original object using dozens of cheap, junky souvenirs, capturing that feeling of discovery and adventure that he found when he first visited New York. Godfrey bought a large model of the Statue of Liberty and made a silicone mold of it, in one complete piece. He then poured in dozens of these souvenirs along with clear resin. The result is a one off and original piece; created from un-original, mass produced objects.