The Week’s Links
Frozen soap bubbles, the businesses of Pokémon, Piet Mondrian out of legos and emoji-portraits of celebrities in Bird In Flight’s weekly digest.
Dancing on Bones
József Hajdú photographed “riobra” — old x-rays that were used to record bootlegged foreign records in the Soviet Union.
Leaving its Mark
Carter Asmann’s creative approach to coffee marks on paper.
Constructing a Masterpiece
Jon Rolph created a Piet Mondrian reproduction using legos.
The Photographer Knows
Hope Carter blows soap bubbles in the cold and captures the intricate patterns before they disappear forever.
Face to Face
Yung Jake draws realistic portraits of celebrities using emojis using the emoji.ink app.
While Rufus sleeps, Sara Rehnmark takes pictures of him as a housekeeper, magician and photographer.
A Picturesque Exit
Fashion house Viktor & Rolf presented its spring collection of haute couture inspired by the paintings of Van Gogh.
The Power of Water
In 2004, Pierre Carreau quit his job in IT and went to the island of Saint Barthelemy, where he has been taking pictures of waves for more than a decade.
American skyscrapers and stalactites inspired designer David Graas to create unusual bulb shades.
Sebastiaan de With imagined what business various Pokémon would start and designed brand identities of their companies.