Taken from the artist’s website:
” Iâ€™m Jim Lind and an entering senior at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. I strongly believe that each person is made up of a collection of the stories they tell. For this reason Iâ€™ve always felt compelled to share my stories with others. Whether real, somewhat real, or entirely fictional, these events expose that which is truly important to me. Often the images illicit fabricated narratives that are deeply rooted from the stories I experienced as a child. My photographs are a window into the realities and fantasies that I immerse myself in every day. There is a need to create new work that visually excites the imagination much in the same way a book does. While a picture may be worth 1000 words, a great picture escapes words and enters the imagination. ”
Genetically engineered mice by Catherine Chalmers, a New York-based multi-media artist and photographer.
Photos from the Faces series by Halie Cochran, a Savannah College of Art and Design graduate. Click the link to view more of her work.
I canâ€™t begin to tell you how much I adore the colored fire hydrant (shown above) Thank you, Ferrell McCollough!
Hungover stuffed animals at the carnival by Jack Griffin. Haha. Looove it! : )
Kate Bernauer is a photographic and video artist and cinematic designer who lives and works in Brisbane, Australia. Her work is embedded with implied narratives that are inspired by dreams, myths and tall stories.
With photography, lighting is everything. It can either make or break your subject. As evidenced by photographer Mark Mawson from Sydney, Australia, he created these wonderful photos by simply dropping paint in water using clever lighting. He’s taking “aqua artistry” to a higher level.
Visit Mark’s website and you’ll soon appreciate a wide variety of photographic artform; from fashion to portraits, from personal to editorial. I’ve also included some photographs of women in beautiful flowing dresses who make drowning look seductive and haunting at the same time.