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Photographer Ken Griffiths for The Sunday Times (1973) (via)
Identities by Ana Oliveira is a joyous exploration of the toll of time. Ana asked senior citizens to find their most treasured portraits from their young adulthood, and then she recreated the portraits in the modern time. The side-by-side display of the portraits is stunning. There is no doubt it is the same person as you see the similarities in bone structure and eyes, but time has played its games on each of the people. The eyes are the most telling part in each picture, where you can still see the love of life shining out, even though the faces have changed.
Identities I covers people in many different age ranges, but the most stunning portraits are of seniors where up to 60 years in time have elapsed from the original portrait.
Hungerian photographer Gergo Gosztom has been working on a new series of urban landscapes using the lights from discarded Christmas trees to create haunting nightime photograph. The series titled “After Christmas” is a commentary on gross consumerism and the wastefulness of disposable seasonal decorations. Speaking about the project Gergo says, “I’ve always hated the Christmas tree. It’s an unnecessary thing. We always throw them away.”
Aerial Photos of Iceland Volcanic Rivers by Andre Ermolaev
Iceland is a wonderful country; I would even say that it is a true paradise for all the photo shooting-lovers. But what has become a real discovery for me is the bird’s eye view of the rivers flowing along the black volcanic sand. It is an inexpressible combination of colors, lines, and patterns. The photo represents the mouth of the river falling into the ocean.
A little bit upstream there is a yellow-colored brook flowing into the river, but yellow currents fail to mix with the main water flow. One can estimate the scale judging by the car tracks that are clearly seen on the black sand. This is just a river, just a volcano, just our planet.
- Andre Ermolaev (via)
Minneapolis-based design director David Schwen has created a photo series of PANTONE-inspired food pairings.
Titled ‘Pantone Pairings’, it features food items (designed as color swatches) that always go hand-in-hand with each other—such as ‘Macaroni and Cheese’, ‘Bacon and Eggs’, and ‘Milk and Cookies’.