There is this trend called Sleeveface, whereby vinyl records are used to cover a person’s face or a part of their body with the end result being a cool illusion. Check out these creative images and then grab your old records and see if you can do the same.
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American photographer Jack Radcliff documents the life of his daughter Alison since her birth in Baltimore in 1975. What started as the ordinary family photos eventually grew into the years-long project aimed to capture every moment of her life objectively, without the parental intervention, in order to create a realistic portrait of Alison stretched in time since her birth till now.
Dutch astronaut and physician Andre Kuipers, who’s currently working at the International Space station, took these marvelous pictures with his SLR. Good photographic skills and perfect vantage point enabled the man to make the images so stunning that some of them seem absolutely unreal.
Vadim Mohorov, a Russian photographer, risks his life and limb to take absolutely thrilling photos of spectacular scenery. Although when climbing the tallest Eastern European monuments, buildings, and bridges Vadim may be associated with reckless youngsters looking for adrenaline rush yet his photography is very impressive.