We love the creations of Telmo Miel, the street art duo of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, whose colourful and poetic work mixes images of children and animals into surreal urban compositions. Awesome stuff! 🙂
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We love this selection of architectural photographs by artist Dennis Ramos who captures the clean lines, geometric shapes and lights of an urban environment in dark imagery that plays with powerful contrasts. For more of Dennis’ amazing work, check out his Instagram account – it’s sensational stuff! Happy Friday, everyone 🙂
Steven Siegel is an American photographer who captured New York from the 1980s in very raw, almost apocalyptic, images. Through his fascinating photographs focused on urban decay, wastelands, and abandoned spaces, Steven Siegel reveals a time when New York City was a much more dangerous and broken-down place – risky, dirty, and chaotic yet somehow had a sense of honesty, openness, and freedom which according to him was lost after 9/11. You can check out all of Steven Siegel’s work on his Flickr account. Amazing stuff! 🙂
David Zinn: We love the latest creations by artist David Zinn who mixes street art with chalk and anamorphoses, enhancing the streets with his awesome characters. Having fun playing with perspectives and street elements, David imagines quirky and offbeat urban scenes featuring his cute characters, which are mostly improvised and light-hearted – you can keep track of his latest works by following him on Instagram.
Jason Peterson: We LOVE ‘Follow me into the Dark’ – a selection of beautiful, black and white Instagram photographs by Jason Peterson, which capture various, contrasting cities, people and urban landscapes in dark yet captivating images. Amazing contemporary work!