Nathan Spotts has always been captivated by the beauty of the world and often imagines what lies just beyond what we can see. It definitely shows in these fantastic photo manipulations he created with that concept in mind. They are images of scenes are not quite real, but feel like they could be. The last four images are the second part of the series where he creates scenes one might wish were real.
Epic. That is the one word I would use to describe this series by Damien Vassart. The combination of the crisp edges of the towering glass buildings with the fluid and organic movement of the clouds is an epic photo combination. The use of black and white creates a stark contrast between the buildings and sky, and also amplifies the amazing reflections in the glass.
The aptly titled Diva features a perfectly suited Sasha Pivovarova. Her portrayal of a diva is perfectly portrayed. From the seemingly bored acceptance of flowery praise, to the completely soul penetrating stare, to the complate outrage, she plays the emotions perfectly. I am especially fond of the way her eyes light up every picture. Photographed by the talented Miles Aldridge.
Vesa Lehtimäki, aka Avanaut on Flickr, has created some pretty fabulous works of art out of his childrens' Star Wars toys. He has created some creative and very well thought out shots from the toys. He even has a book coming out, Lego on Hoth, which imagines what everyday life on the planet Hoth.
Lovely Audrey Hepburn-esque photo of Liv Tyler.