Time Machine is series of bauhaus sprial staircases in Budapest, Hungary. This series created by Budapest-based photographer Balint Alovits. The bauhaus itself, was a dominant architectural tendency in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, between 1930 and 1948. Large residential buildings, cinemas, churches and even an airport was built in this style, in particular in Újlipótváros in the XIII. district,
A little series of architecture photography by Sam Chenennou of Villa-Maria metro station. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The station was designed by André Léonard and contains mural sculptures by the architect. Sam Chenennou is a professional photographer & graphic designer based on Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Visit his behance page to view more of his portfolio. See
Spektrum Eins is a series of urban photography by Berlin-based photographer Matthias Heiderich. It is a beautiful captures of urban architecture, shapes and colors in a nice looking retro style. Check out all images of the photo series here. Visit his website and behance page to view more of his portfolio. See also: Invisible –
Invisible is amazing photo series of minimalist urban photography by Vittorio Ciccarelli. It is minimal urban photos with details removed. Ciccarelliis graphic designer/photographer living and working in Naples. Visit his Tumblr and behance page to view more of his portfolio.
A series of double exposure portraits by Dan Mountford. He is 21 year old Multidisciplinary freelance designer & graphic design student living/studying in Brighton, England. Working predominantly in photography & Graphic Design. You can see other works of Dan Mountford on his Behance page.
A selection of images by Carl Warner creating landscapes from the human form. An alternative portrait of a human being whose body becomes a landscape of themselves and plays on the sense of space in which we dwell. Carl Warner is The English photographer that loves to take original photographs based on a excellent concept.
This series of images freezes a moment of time in each dancer’s aerial maneuver, and turns their movements into static sculptures that represents their motion and style. Original shots were stock photography and stylized to fit within the scene, sculptures and sets created entirely CGi. Series created by Mike Campau. He has over 15 years
Flora Borsi, a nineteen-year-old Hungarian photographer and an abstract enthusiast answers on “What if these abstract models were real people?” question in her distinctive manner. Her series, Real Life Models, examines the oddity of contorted portraits through photo manipulation. http://www.behance.net/yayuniversal See also: Magic – Surrealist Photography by Beata Cervin Fish Heads – Underwater Portraits by