duomo di firenze, florence
The Empire State Building from above.
-thanks to NYonAIR for the experience-
Bird’s Eye View of New York City by award winning Brooklyn-based Photographer Navid Baraty; part of his series ‘Intersection’
©navid baraty 2013. all rights reserved.
Surreal New York
Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan on a 3-day trip to New York City managed to capture some spectacular shots of the Big Apple in that short amount of time. Sloan, turns oft-photographed streets and landmarks into incredible images of architecture that seem like surreal, continuous skylines straight out of the film Inception.
The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.
This massive digital mural is the work of Dutch artists Arno Coenen, Iris Roskam and their team designers and animators. Entitled Horn of Plenty, it’s a 118,000-square-foot work of art that’s projected onto the interior walls of MVRDV's stunning horseshoe-shaped Markthal building in the city of Rotterdam. The building opens in October 2014 and will be home to an indoor market - including fresh fish stands, bakers, butchers, and produce stands, apartments, restaurants, retailers and the municipal court.
The Horn of Plenty is comprised of numerous individual screens working together to create an ultra HD video projection that beautifully blankets the 40-meter high arch inside the building.
"When the work is fully completed in october, an ultra HD video projection will function as a projection screen, displaying a cosmic vortex of food resembling the milky way, slowly rotating the massive images of food as if raining down on the spectator."
Don’t worry if you can’t make it to Rotterdam, click here to view a 360° interior panorama.
fog over (click pic) dubai (photographed by bjoern lauen and chloratine), shanghai (wei gensheng), chicago (steve raymer and bob gaudet), london (mpsinthesky), vancouver (andy clark), and new york (girish tewani)