Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata was diving 80 feet below sea level when he seemingly discovered the world’s next underwater art exhibit.
After bringing a camera crew back and doing some investigation, it was discovered that these intricate sand formations were made by none other than a single fish!
Mark Tipple’s approach to surf photography is a little different than your usual surfer hunk riding the wild waves. In his photography series, The Underwater Project, Tipple captures swimmers’ emotion and reaction as they hit the ocean water and struggle to emerge from the waves.
The dress was made of live flowers, and literally fell to pieces along the runway, a symbol of decay : Alexander McQueen s/s 2007.
At first glance this glass floor may not look like much. On closer inspection it is seen that thousands of multicoloured miniature figures are collectively holding the weight of the floor plates.
by Do Ho Suh