The Week’s Links
Under the Ground
The Guardian chose 12 of the world’s most beautiful subway stations. The selection features undergrounds of New York, Paris, Warsaw, Kyiv and seven other cities.
A brand new glowing bicycle path inspired by Van Gogh was built in the Netherlands.
Into the Wild
Martin Hill creates sculptures and exhibits them in desolated places outside.
What Does the Fox Say?
Ivan Kislov photographs foxes in Arctic prairies. The animals are very friendly – they get closer to the photographer, letting him to take close ups.
Back to the Future
Artist Joe Forkan who got inspired by classical art illustrated scenes from The Big Lebowski. His works look like Titian’s or Caravaggio’s fan art themed on Coen brothers’ films.
Getting Over It
Photographer Carl Pendle put the camera above his Hasselblad’s viewfinder and made a video about how he photographs people.
Thierry Cohen imagined how Hong Kong, San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro would look like with the lights off.
Mashable posted best drone photos. Some of their authors have already been featured in our article on bird’s-eye view photography.
Shoot It Down
Martin Klimas explodes flowers. He just dips them into the liquid nitrogen and then shoots away with the water gun.
Artist Nick Gentry creates portraits using film negatives and oil paint.