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This serves as a wonderful example of a photo-illustration, possibly even a digitally altered image, war photojournalism even though we are not exactly in a scene of war. I think it serves to show representation of tragedy without dealing with the Myth of Photographic Truth - we KNOW this image is altered to symbolize a crucification-both of the soldiers killing and the civilians being killed. http://soldiersandcivilians.org/about_us/

Los Intocables, or the untouchables, is a shock photography project created by the Cuban photographer and artist Erik Ravelo (to whom we already had Lana Sutra,

Do this with tree pictures liz orton (The Jealous Curator)

liz orton (The Jealous Curator)

Fractured landscapes that look, to me, like delicate pastel irises.This is the work of UK based photographer Liz Orton, from Deltiologies – “a series of collages that both celebrates and challenges the tradition of landscape photography.

What started as a school project ended up becoming a gripping collection of photos capturing what mental disorders can feel like.  Christian Sampson, a 21-year-old photographer from Peru, Indiana star...

The Haunting Reality Of What Mental Disorders Feel Like

Visual Representation of Mental DisordersChristian Sampson, a photographer from Peru, Indiana started taking photos around the theme of mental illness in 2014 for an advanced photography.

Violent Beauty Photography : beauty project with a social message domestic violence awareness

Violent Beauty Photography

beauty project with a social message domestic violence awareness - As an artist, Daryna Barykina visually tries to capture the essence of contemporary society.

Visual Representation of Mental Disorders - Album on Imgur

Visual Representation of Mental Disorders

Too many adjectives come to mind - perfect representation of the intorable pain of so many many women in our world.

The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri

photographer: Richard Burbridge //styling: Robbie Spencer // artwork: Maurizio Anzeri, for Dazed and Confused, June 2011 // full credits: here

SHADOWS PHOTOS IN B&W on http://www.pinterest.com/pascalriben/

I like the shadow in this picture because the fork's shadow looks like a precisely drawn line rather than a shadow and makes the image seem more elegant.