By the Sea with Fran Dominguez

Erotica // Monday, July 01, 2013
Enjoy some more summer bliss with stunning Sophie in this gorgeous black and white series by Fran Dominguez for C-Heads. Dominguez is a Spanish-born fashion photographer based in Aarhaus, Denmark, and her steady lens captures model Sophie bathed in the most heavenly light by the glimmering, sunlit sea. If only all beach vacations could be so glamorous. 

Brittany Markert's Rooms of Shadows

Erotica // Monday, July 01, 2013
Brittany Markert is an analog photographer currently located in Brooklyn, New York. Her most current photography projects, "In-Rooms" and "The Hotel Haunting," utilize the confined and often anonymous space of a room to spotlight the emotional and surreal aspects of the human experience. Growing up, Markert had a fascination with abandoned buildings and hotel rooms, intrigued by the mysterious histories and various characters that had once occupied them. Her portraits and narratives similarly channel the history of emotion and multitude of personalities and residual spirits that exist within the walls of these deserted places.

Tropico by Fabiola Zamora

Erotica // Monday, July 01, 2013
For this summer's edition of 192 Magazine, Mexican photographer Fabiola Zamora lenses breathtaking model Kathleen Clark in a sizzling hot editorial called "Tropico." Zamora beautifully captures Clark's seductive charm and smoldering come hither glances as she poses nude against neon skies and floral backdrops in a photoshoot that celebrates the sweltering passions of summer.

The Work of Laurence Demaison

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 01, 2013
French photographer Laurence Demaison sometimes combines black and white photos with her own drawing, generating a ghostly finished product. "Taking full advantage of shwoing what the camera sees (sometimes over long periods of exposure) compared to what the human eye cannont or does not see, she pre-visualizes each photograph up to a certain degree, and then lets chance and intuitive performance intervene."

"Sacred Ink" Photographs by Cedric Arnlod

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 01, 2013
While working in Bangkok on assignment, British/French photographer Cedric Arnold met a shipyard worker who was covered head-to-toe in tattoos. The tradition, chronicled in a project that consumed four and half years of his life, attempts to cover the tradition in its entirety by documenting ceremonies that are only held in certain parts of the country. The tradition incorporates elements of Buddhism, Animism, Brahmanism, and Hinduism and is believed to date back to the 9th century. 

Dark and Dirty with Christina Noélle

Erotica // Sunday, June 30, 2013
Nothing says good morning like a provocative, slightly sinful photoshoot on a Sunday Morning. In this series of images, the sultry Christina Noélle (who also played the role of photographer and art director) acts out a dark and dirty array of poses and positions. Enjoy.   

Hyperphotos by Jean-François Rauzier

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier's images are approximately 10,000 times the resolution of a normal photograph. The image remains extremely crisp even when blown up to 66 feet wide (two school buses). Rauzier began his career as a fashion photographer but had always longed to break out of the constraints of the industry. Realizing he could use digital photography to compose a grid of pictures, the artist went on to create these incredibly detailed panoramas.

Bela Borsodi's Everyday Object Alphabet

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
We spend a lot of time looking at all things art and it never ceases to amaze us how creative people are. We love this alphabet series constructed with everyday objects by Vienna-born, New York-based photogrpaher Bela Borsodi.

Pablo Picasso x Gjon Mili Light Painting Photographs

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Life Magazine recently released a series of photographs by Gjon Mili, a pioneer of stroboscopic light photography, of Pablo Picasso in 1949. Mili visited the artist and showed him some of his light painting photographs and Picasso initially gave him 15 minutes to experiment. After seeing the results, Picasso was so fascinated he posed for five more sessions.

Photographs by Ruud van Empel

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 26, 2013
The children and people in Dutch photographer Ruud van Empel's work are the result of blending the features of four or five professional models in Photoshop. The settings and backdrops to the photos are also constructed in Photoshop from photos of foliage and ponds around the Netherlands. 

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