Olivos House, this 265 square meter art house takes us out of the usual paradigms of architecture and invites us to think more deeply about
Photos of nature do not have to be in shades of green at all. French photographer and artist Aishy found inspiration in pink that became
„The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself.“ – Wallace Stevens After arriving at the Banks Peninsula in New Zealand,
„If someone would have asked me to look at sand dunes from this perspective a year ago, I would have never imagined it“ Detailed and
Adventurer and traveler Javi Lorbada left work as a software developer after six years and for more than eight months he went in search of
Controversial photographs that bring us two views of the world. Aluminum mining is not a very pleasant thing for our beautiful Earth, but photographer Kevin
Laura Zalenga, a German photographer with a sense of unusualness and wonderful otherness in her works of art, photographed a series called “working with designers”.
Sankar Sridhar, a writer and lover of wild travel and photographing of his country, shared with us his magical series of the Yamuna River with
Photographs often express the inner world of the photographer, but the ones we are writing about now have a much deeper and more important idea.
Patrick Mueller and his series of colorful Iceland enchanted us with beautiful shots of nature. Magical Island is usually known in melancholic or black-and-white form,
Baikal is the deepest and oldest lake in the world, and Russian photographer Kristina Makeeva decided to capture it. She shared with us her beautiful