Came across these beautiful works created by Texan artist Mark Lovejoy. Although the artist leaves little clues about his process behind these magnificent images, one thing is certain: they're not just photographs of mixed paint. The richly textured and beautifully glossy images involves mixed paint, resins, oils, diluents, waxes and drying agents to creates fluid marbled imagery, then are photographed, reworked and reshot.
Beautiful artwork by French artist Laurence Amélie, painted in an impressionist fashion, portray the soft illusion of forms being blown in a gentle breeze. Delicate, yet not too flowery, soft pastel colour scheme makes them an incredible asset to office and living room.
Richard Mosses, the surrealistic photographer, who is best known for his candy-coloured infrared images of conflict in Congo, infra. Mosse's images blur the once-strict boundaries between art and reportage and undoubtedly challenge the received conventions and responsibility of documentary photography. The infrared effect is stunning and the result is absolutely captivating visually.