There are plenty of reasons why a hotel can become so successful that even a single glance can captivate us and create an enchanting sense of belonging.
Ísland’ is a self-reflexive piece about the filmmaker’s interaction with the land, people and culture of Iceland. Shot during the midnight sun in June 2012.
Tokyo is a city like no other; a sprawling metropolis that never ceases to amaze.
Femmes Algériennes by Marc Garanger
Behold the wonderful camera work of filmmaker Joerg Daiber of Spoonfilm, shot in locations around Seville, Madrid and El Chorro in Spain. Resisting. Urge. To charge.
This gorgeous stop motion video of Paris was shot by filmmaker and photographer Mayeul Akpovi who shot thousands of photos by simply moving his tripod around various scenic areas of the city during the day and night.
This beautiful installation of umbrellas was recently spotted in Águeda, Portugal by photographer Patrícia Almeida.
100 Phone Booths Given to 100 Artists on the Streets of São Paulo
Samsara is the first film by director and cinematographer Ron Fricke (Koyaanisqatsi, Baraka) in nearly 20 years.
Composite Photographs Blend Scenes from the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Present Day
This pilot-project was made already some time ago by Felix Urbauer who filmed the rider Andi Wittmann doing what he feels like doing. This amazing video was made in Salzburger Land, Tirol and Bad Aibling, near Munich.
Just like fireworks, originally used in celebrations to reach up to and greet the spirits in the sky, this LED-light cathedral aimed VERY VERY high! We’re not sure if it was visible from space (or higher) but it certainly glowed brightly.
How convenient would it be to not only live and work but also play in your city? We are all taken back to a time we rode our first roller coaster, experienced our first fantasy world or our first thrill with friends and family.