Thursday, July 5, 2012

In Black and White

There's something strange and powerful about black-and-white imagery.
~ Stefan Kanfer

Ritratto di Carla Fracci
by Augusto De Luca

Children's Carnival
by Paul Landacre

Black and White Magic
by Shivakumar Lakshminarayan
by Dom Crossley

by Carlox Malora

Pierced Eye
by Chris Kapono

Black & White Belton Buck
by Richard Thomas

Raccoon Weight-training
by Brooke Duckart

1 comment:

HWY said...

Black and white images really focus the eye (and the brain) with their starkness. Like the photo of Miles Davis; you can so easily be drawn into that picture.

Even with humorous works (like the Raccoon piece), the eye can focus only on the idea the artist wishes to portray.

Thanks, Tab, for some excellent examples.