Every industry has its unsung heroes. They are recognized and celebrated by their peers, but are relatively unknown to the rest of the world. One of those jobs in the fashion industry is hairstyling. Let me now introduce you to a master of hairstyling: Arnostyle. Arnostyle creates crazy, outrageous, and amazingly interesting hairstyles for fashion shots. If you like these, check out the rest here.
Jirka Väätäinen gives us an impressive glimpse at what the girls of Disney might look like in real life. What started out as a personal project has turned into a wildly popular series.
Each piece is a mixture of features from different pictures all over the internet. He mixes, blends and combines them together in Photoshop to come up with the final picture.
If you like these, you should also check out the Historical Disney Princesses by Claire Hummel.
When you view Iain Crawford's photos, you can't help but wonder what made him come up with each idea. All of his photos have a unique, unconventional and beautiful extravagance about them. He has experimented with paints, powders and exceptional hair tosses.I can't wait to see what he might come up with next!
I am absolutely floored by the illustrative art of Brittney Lee. All of her illustrations look like they were plucked straight out of a Disney animated movie. From the character and background illustrations, to the details and colors, everything matches the quality of the most impressive Disney animation. She has even created some paper art that you can catch at the bottom! If you like her work, I highly suggest purchasing something from her Etsy store.
While browsing images on Piccsy, I stumbled upon a wonderful photo by the late fashion photographer Norman Parkinson. I did some more exploring and uncovered some really great vintage fashion photography. There's something extremely elegant about his photography without being abrasive.
The Original from Piccsy
This series shows pin up drawings and the inspiration photo behind them. The drawings are nearly identical to their real life counterparts. You will be hard pressed to find many differences, everything from the facial expression to the clothes they wear is well portrayed. Not sure who drew or took these pictures, but you can check more out on imgur.
Some beautiful shots of bridges and cities by New York City based photographer Andrew Mace. He sure has a way of making everything seem beautiful and interesting. Make sure to check out his website to see some cool information about his photos and things he's learned along the way.
Albulena Panduri (blue-a on Deviant Art) has created some absolutely stunning photo manipulations. Each one grabs you and draws you into a surreal and beautiful new world. I couldn't help but stare in awe at all of her fantasy worlds. I highly suggest checking out the rest of her gallery if you get a chance.
The Carnival of Venice is easily the one of the most elaborate and elegant festivals around the world. Around 30k visitors go to Venice for each day for Carnivals. It is only right that someone properly capture such elegance and splendor, and that is exactly what Suchet Suwanmongkol has done.Each of his photos captures the colorful and elaborate costumes on display during Carnival. I also highly recommend checking out his other galleries.