In this feature we look at the art work of Shaun Johnson and the social commentary that accompanies it. Shaun Johnson, photographer Shaun Johnson is a photographer inspired by emotions that push his opinions to invoke positive change in humanity through his photography. Shaun Johnson minted a single artwork on
Browsing through Aaron's collection feels like I'm flipping through the archival records of rare flora in the Natural History Musuem in London. The infinite black background constrains the perception of depth to the singular stem. Each flower is captured on a flatbed scanner designed for photographs
@ozbrv [https://twitter.com/ozbrv] Özlem Buyukevren, documentary photographer There are four featured photography collections in the artists collection, each telling a story of their own. The focus today is on the most recent collection DEQ [https://opensea.io/collection/deq], a symbol of beauty in ethnic identity... but first
Documentary photography is a style of lens based art that provides an accurate representation of what was seen by the artist through their lens. There is an elegance in weaving a deeper meaning into documentary photography, one that makes us question the assumptions we had before saw the photograph. Ashiq
Anil T Prabhakar is a conservation photographer with his lenses firmly focussed on the natural world from above. Bleeding of Earth [https://foundation.app/collection/bleedingoftheearth] is a series of ten high resolution artworks where tuned up colour palette inhabits the contours of the land. > "It is my
Ana Isabel saw the potential of minting her fine art portraits way back in March 2021. Each portrait shares her message of empowering women by deftly revealing the magic that sparkles beyond skin deep beauty. Ana Isabel Inspired by nature and ancient history. Inanna [https://foundation.app/@anaisabel/~/9611] was
My Soulwax [https://twitter.com/MSoulwax] has brought a confidence to their style, by experimenting with the new possibilities that NFTs present to photographers. Releasing a photograph into the public domain on the purchase of the photograph NFT token is something many photographers hesitate to do. Not My Soulwax. '
Selecting the first artworks to mint on Foundation sets an artists baseline for what collectors might expect. From a back catalog of choice, what to choose? Bohomonk Bohomonk studies & experiments on fine-arts and editorial photography. He explores art through style frames, scars and literature. Bohomonk selected a right hand
Navaneeth Kishor captures the natural beauty encountered on his adventures through India. Navene's travel diary is an OpenSea collection titled 'My Travel Diary [https://opensea.io/collection/my-best-travel-diary]' and puts you right there with Navene, in places you'd rarely discover on your own. Camels
We abandon buildings that are no longer serving us, yet time keeps ticking for what remains behind, providing an alluring attraction for urban explorers like Andy Schwetz to capture on camera. Sonata of memories [https://foundation.app/@andyschwetz/~/108683] by Andy Schwetz on Foundation marketplaceAndy Schwetz I travel through a
Photoyogi doesn't limit his creativity to a singular style, instead tell his story through photographs across a range of styles. He does have a couple of favourites with aviation and architecture [https://opensea.io/collection/architecure1] at the top of the list. Although if you search further afield,
The Break-Up / La ruptura is the deeply personal artwork of @_Project_Seven [https://twitter.com/_Project_Seven]. Our anon status makes it possible to explore subjects in ways that traditional social networks may not support. Project Seven Storyteller in images and words. There’s a story behind everything. > "
Soulcraft describes his artistic approach as a silence dance of alignment. The Alchemy of Alignment collection [https://opensea.io/collection/alchemy-of-alignment] conjures up 45 unions between the female form enveloped in nature. What does that mean in simple terms thoo...? symmetry... balance... thirds rule... contrast... light play. Soulcraft describes Juniper&
Black and white photography hits different. Does our brain fill in the colours? Yes. 'The mere sight of black-and-white photos automatically elicited brain activity patterns that specifically encoded colors.' according to a legit academic paper from the University of Tübingen. What are the implications for you Bored Ape