There's something intriguing about these beauty shots by German born freelance photographer Daniela Glunz. It's probably the fact that the makeup is so overdone that it is more like expressionist art than true makeup. Bright colors, glitter, paint, and powder are all used to create these interesting shots. If you like these, make sure to check out some more of her work here.
What do you get when you mix beautiful women with cutouts from magazines? You get the wonderfully colorful and beautiful collages of Katai Stienstra. I love the unique patterns she incorporates into each piece. The use of nature in the backgrounds gives her art a feeling of serenity. Check out the rest of her collages here.
You have got to love this photo series by Andrey & Lili. They flawlessly use the motions of their beautiful dancer to transition from one outfit and pose to another. I love the use of bright colors, the amazing transitions and the beautiful woman and her outfits. These all make for a very interesting and creative set.
These photos are from mostly from different projects, but they all have one thing in common, great use of light. Dan Holdsworth has found a way to compose interesting photographs by using different light sources as an emphasis. He's used everything from the beam shining out of a mountain, to the aurora borealis to a solitary lampost. I'm not sure whether this has been done on purpose, but it is quite effective.
Scintillation is a very impressive short film from Xavier Chassaing, especially considering it was made about two years ago. The experimental film is made up of over 35,000 photographs and combines an innovative mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques.