Start your Monday off right:
- The festival of Els Enfarinats is "food fight" with flour, eggs, and fireworks with participates dressed in military grab. The photos feel like they were screenshots from an absurd video game.
- This massive grain silo in Cape Town, South Africa was converted into the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. The space is absolutely stunning. It feels a little like a concrete bee hive.
- The magic of a drone is that it allows you a view of this world completely foreign to us. Niaz Uddin's portfolio is a prefect example of what is possible with these new devices.
- Tria Giovan has been traveling to Cuba multiple times from 1990 to 1996 and the images offer a different perspective of the island than what you usually think of.
- Tom M Johnson's series, "Pittsburgh Parking Lot Booths And Their Attendants", captures the unique individuals and their work structures that dot all over Pittsburgh.
"I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers which can't be questioned."
— Richard Feynman
Danny Hess started making surfboards after he broke his favorite board and couldnt find a similar board. He now creates beautiful wooden boards that he shapes by hand.
Maria Svarbova's "Swimming Pool" series feels like a Wes Anderson movie. The bright colors of the synchronized swimmers contrast the old school Soviet era swimming pools found in Slovakia.
In this beautiful video, Chris Burkard speaks on how he started surfing and photographing in the freezing Atlantic ocean.