And if we lived in a world devoid of logic? This is the subject of the photography project undertaken by Mohamed El Nagdy, a talented artist based in Egypt. In his project called "IMAGE + NATION", Mohamed El Nagdy has fun creating absurd clichés that mix everyday objects. If you're wondering what a mixed ice cone can look like at a microphone, or a headphone turned into a pipe, you'll find the answer in the series of images below.
In the category of wacky ideas, here is the idea of the Danish brewer Norrebro Bryghus. The latter had the idea to create the first beer with urine! But do not worry, they did not inject urine, strictly speaking, of course. No, on the other hand, they have started the initiative of collecting the urine of festival-goers to use it as fertilizer to grow malt, a cereal that as you know is used to make beer.
If, like us, you are fascinated by these painters who can reproduce a face to perfection, then you will no doubt fall in love with Marco Grassi's work. This 30-year-old Italian has the extraordinary talent of being able to trigger emotions with his ultra-realistic creations that capture the beauty of facial features, eyes and even shapes of the human body.
Even if you are afraid of insects, those of the Canadian artist Raku Inoue will make you change your mind. Based in Montreal, he likes to work with plants as shown by his creations on his Instagram account. And early August 2017, he has just unveiled a series that plays with flowers, called Natura Insects.
During a December 2018 advertising campaign entitled "Start a little good", Hindustan Unilever directed a film aimed at fighting the waste of water. A shower is located in the Indian village of Rajasthan, known for its very arid climate and water is scarce. A man comes inside the cabin, rotates the tap to the right and finally accesses the water that is poured on him.
Originally from Germany, the artist Justin Peters is the king of fairytale photomontage. Through his creations, he illustrates a world dreamlike and sublime ... A true ode to travel and daydream! If some artists try to illustrate the reality of our world through photography, others are more likely to use it as a springboard to illustrate a magical and poetic world.