We’ve featured the photography of Sacha Goldberger before, specifically his “Super Flemish” series, in which he asked the all important question of what Marvel and other Disney owned superheroes would have looked like if they were born in the 16th century.
Now he brings a new installment to this series, with his “Super Flemish: Family Portraits.”
Check out more of them below.
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Most of the time, when we bring you lego creations, it something based on movie landscapes or TV show settings. But not this time. This post apocalyptic vision in lego bricks springs completely from the twisted minds of the folks at Swebrick.
There’s close ups below.
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The Simpsons are such a visually busy cartoon, seeing the iconic characters rendered down to their simplest detail is a little shocking. But it works.. Well it works…sometimes.
It certainly works here. This is clearly Homer.
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Don’t fear drones. Find ways to make what they do beautiful.
These are a certain type of drone called “Quadrocopters.” According to the notes: A troupe of 16 quadrotors (flying robots) dance to and manipulate sound and light at the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase 2012.
Below, we have a different take on drones, instead of them reflecting the light, they are the light.
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Classic Toys plus Classic Paintings equal Classic Internet Art.
French Artist Pierre-Adrien Sollier recreated these famous works of art completely from Playmobile characters. The result is a hilarious and poignant set of images from some of our most famous artists. Above, The Raft of The Medusa, originally by Théodore Géricault.
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They’re here to calm you and save the world. And yes, that is Aquamanatee.
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As a former lighting geek, these photographs of women where only lines and dots of light were enough to make me turn my head when I saw them.
London-based fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø created this amazing photo set, entitled Points a la Ligne. You can see more of his breath-taking work at his website.
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