Some of the most iconic photos of our history. Seeing them in color makes it even more surreal.
HOW THE FUCK IS THIS DONE—
did i already reblog this
who cares it’s awesome
The middle three I think are especially poignant, because I think when images of destruction, violence, and death are seen in black and white, there’s a sort of unreality about them…a tendency to see them as history, the stuff of textbooks, and not as real things that really happened.
Elizaveta Porodina is a 24 year old photographer and student of psychology based in Munich. She was born in the snowy Moscow and went to Germany when she was 13. Her photographs are inspired by the almost constant feeling of melancholy, the pains of trying to be pure at heart and the urban nostalgy that leaving Moscow left in her.
Her GOLD PROJECT is based on the idea of a quasi-documentary photography about an alternative stardust civilization.
Are these new images of distant planets and moons taken with a powerful satellite telescope? Nope! Proving that beauty can be found in the most unexpected and humble places, Norwegian photographer Christopher Jonassen photographed the well-worn bottoms of frying pans for an awesome series entitled Devour.
Head over to Christopher Jonassen’s website to view the entire series and more.
Artist Alison Anselot created Pantone Food — a photography series that matches the color of foods to its corresponding Pantone swatch.