There is never a holiday pause in the huge amount of quality images that are submitted every year, August included! This months ‘Best of’ gallery pays homage to holiday freedom and fun with an introduction to cosier times that lay ahead. You can discover the full gallery here.
For our series “Ask the Printer”, today we speak about print finishing with our expert Raffaele Bozza. Raffaele is an expert in prepress and printing, and a passionate about visual arts, design and photography. After many years as art director, he is today the Marketing & Communication manager of Exaprint Italy, for which he takes […]
The winners of the twelfth Hasselblad Masters award, which recognizes ten professional photographers, have been announced! This year, 4000 photographers sent more than 10,000 shots to compete for the Hasselblad Masters award in the nine categories of Art, Landscape/Nature, Portrait, Fashion/Beauty, Product/Packaging, Architecture, Wedding, Wildlife, and Street/Urban and a category reserved for photographers under 21 […]
When we mention the word museum our mind will automatically connect it to a building, architecture within a social and cultural context. Great art centers are seen as the keystones of the culture of the cities where they were built. The museum seen as an art center, cultural space, or gallery is completely connected to the […]
Ever wondered what images were the favorites of the Fotolia team? We spoke to some of them to find out what was their favorite image of 2015. “I chose the image of this cocker (above), because it reminds me my dog Penelope when trying to drink from a fountain and she cannot without getting wet all […]
Trying to make your children eat their five a day would most likely be a thing of the past if parents did what NYC based photographer Maciek Jasik did in his photo series ‘The Secret Lives of Fruit and Vegetables‘. Filling the vegetables with coloured smoke bombs, allowing for it to spew out via pierced outlets […]
Paper has existed in different forms for more than 2,000 years, and in its current form for hundreds of years. The use of paper is totally integrated into our cultural practices, and books are an integral part of our lives. Books are taken for granted–our first stories come from the books our parents used to […]