Spectrum 2, 2009  Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton, who recently won the photography prize at the 2012 Hyères Festival, uses her camera to create color invisible to the naked eye. Learn more about how she does it—and why—here.

Spectrum 2, 2009 Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton, who recently won the photography prize at the 2012 Hyères Festival, uses her camera to create color invisible to the naked eye. Learn more about how she does it—and why—here.

Wait… what are we looking at here? Yes, it’s a metal garden, by London based artist Zadok Ben David, made up of 12,000 cut steel flowers & plants. The vintage, text-book looking botanical specimens are black, hence the title Blackfield, but hold on a second… if you walk around to the other side of this lovely ‘field’… YES, the opposite side of this breath-taking installation is painted in stunning color! Gorgeous.

Wait… what are we looking at here? Yes, it’s a metal garden, by London based artist Zadok Ben David, made up of 12,000 cut steel flowers & plants. The vintage, text-book looking botanical specimens are black, hence the title Blackfield, but hold on a second… if you walk around to the other side of this lovely ‘field’… YES, the opposite side of this breath-taking installation is painted in stunning color! Gorgeous.

The Toy Atlas Rainbow is a wonderful installation of 2,500 old toy cars by UK artist David T. Waller.

The Toy Atlas Rainbow is a wonderful installation of 2,500 old toy cars by UK artist David T. Waller.

Here is how you make beautiful contemporary landscape photographs, courtesy of Misha de Ridder.

Here is how you make beautiful contemporary landscape photographs, courtesy of Misha de Ridder.

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