If you needed a reminder of why you love summer so much, here is Bar Refaeli to remind you. Bar looks absolutely amazing in Agua Bendita's swimwear. Don't worry, summer is only half a year away, unless you're down here in Florida ;)
Tom Bagshaw aka Mostly Wanted is an illustrator from Bath England. He incorporates creepy and quirky elements into his paintings which regulary feature strong intriguing women. He has done work in the fashion, advertising, editorial and pulishing industries and it's easy to see why.
What do you get when you add a white canvas, an orchestra, and three beautiful women? You get this beautiful series by Phil Poynter, which acts as a tribute to French artist Yves Klein. Check out the rest of this beautiful series on Photography Office.
Berto Martinez effortlessly combines fashion illustrations into these wonderfully colorful and stylish collages. Each one has its own influences and a fitting theme. You can check out more of his fashion illustrations on Behance, or an incredibly wide range of other subjects at his blog.
Sivan Miller is a self trained photogapher based out of Cape Town, South Africa.
"I have trained my eye to 'spot' the unusual. Everyday so many people walk past the same objects just thinking they are dull and bleak, but taking a closer look invites you into a whole other world of abstracts and shapes."
I think we can all appreciate his eye for the beautiful.
Brazilian beauties Alessandra Ambrosio and Ana Beatriz Barros star in this wonderful retro inspired series for Vogue Nippon's October 2010 issue. Loving the colors and varied styles in each photo, and of course, it wouldn't be a great fashion spread with some ridiculous poses.
First came Charles Guo, then came Timothy Lee and now I bring you Marc Philbert. They are all apart of the growing trend of light art projections in fashion photography. A trend that accentuates both the curves of the human body and different art pieces. Here's to hoping the trend continues.