Since we’re always on the lookout for exciting projects from creatives, we recently launched a nifty submission tool so artists, photographers, architects and designers can upload their work through our site. Although not all submissions will be published, we do take the time to look at all of them.
Each week, we’ll be highlighting some of our favorite projects in our Top 10 Submissions post. If you’d like to submit your work through our site, click here. Enjoy your weekend.
In the series ‘Innocent Dark Minds’, Warsaw-based photographer Michaela Metesova aims to subtly reveal the dual nature of a child’s world. The black and white photos attempt to depict the loneliness that children often experience as well as the thin line between innocence and cruelty. See more photos here.
Hong Kong-based fashion and portrait photographer Issac Lam shot a series of images exploring the beauty of flaws and imperfections. For the ‘Sparkling flaws’ series, Lam spent nearly a year shooting two teenagers who had albinism to further delve into the theme. See more photos here.
Named after a disc-shaped region in the solar system, the ‘Kuiper Belt’ project is a series of elegant and quirky hanging pots by Katerina Kopytina. According to the Moscow-designer, each piece “represents a new form of life, which is denoted by its symbol on the bottom of the pot”. See more photos here.
Photographer Lubna Abdelaziz creates surreal self-portraits that border on the line of photographs and paintings. The images feature a figure covering parts of her body with bouquets. See more photos here.
Designed by Italian design and architecture practice Paula Studio, ‘Moods Clock’ is a simple plexiglass wall clock that tells you more than just the time. Instead of numbers, each clock consists of black letters that spell out a message that help you procrastinate. See more photos here.
If you’d like to submit your work through our site, click here.