Joanna’s style of photography has that old, dusty and almost ghostly feel to it. I love the vintage tint of these photos and especially the dark atmosphere flowing through them – like scenes from an eerie old silent film.
LA based illustrator Matthew Wade creates images that, quite frankly, are hard to forget because of their subtle ferociousness. In most pieces Wade gives us glimpses into dark and heavily obscure worlds where yellow headed children cry blood, seahorses with skull heads float among dull flowers and all sorts of other demons live. It’s beautiful and it’s grotesque.
Following our trend of only posting portraits of beautiful girls (and sometimes boys) here’s some great stuff by Australian photographer Brad Lou Tennant. His portraits have a certain weightiness in terms of the looks and expressions he captures combined with a dark contrast. It makes his photography all the more dramatic, and I like it that way.
“A response to the innate human effort to control, categorize and organize the uncertain forces of nature and random phenomena, Federico’s paintings and sculptures are mathematical analysis of Abstraction.”