After the massive success of Under Horse Project, Andrius Burba, Lithuanian photographer, presents the new book of a man best friend, the Under-dogs Project.
“I learned two main things from these photo shoots. First, cats think they are gods, since people feed, love and give them homes. Secondly, dogs see human as a god as they feed, love and give them homes. Probably you had to read that twice.” said the artist. More
New York- Popping turret, self-animated musical instrument and flying birding drop color dip from the sky, all of these cohesively presented in “All the Things” surreal 3D animation. Chris Guyot and Paul McMahon made this personal project for months to capture eight imaginative scenes in their mind. The artist is kind enough to share his behind the scenes and concept at Behance. More
London– Forget about the Brexit controversy for a while. Located at the rooftop of a building at London’s Shoreditch area, the gigantic breast air sculpture amazed pedestrian passed by. The Mother London agency initiated this project with the cause explained in its campaign blog: More
Thank to drone technology, the aerial photography is hype for image production these day. However, a Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba, challenge the popular bird eye view style with ant eye view photography. The “Under Horse” series present the new perspective how we normally see the horse. More
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