Travel back in time using the power of photography

People from all over the world have reenacted scenes from old photos for the ongoing “Back to the Future” project from the talented photographer Irina Werning.

Daphne in 1986 and 2011

Artist Irina Werning

Johanes in 1994 and 2011

Back to the Future Project

Violeta in 1981 and 2011

Back to the Future Photographs

Zurbano Family in 1999 and 2011

Back to the Future Pictures

Sonia and Lauri in 1988 and 2011

Back to the Future by Irina Werning

Sole in 1988 and 2011

Back to the Future 2

Andy in 1967 and 2011

Back to the Future Series

Carli in 1990 and 2011

Irina Werning

Puna in 2003 and 2011

Back in Time Project

Patrick in 1968 and 2011

Back to the Future Images

Juan Carlos in 1982 and 2011

Back to the Future Series by Irina Werning

Alexandra in 1970 and 2011

Photographer Irina Werning

Seba in 1986 and 2011

Back in Time Photography

Carol in 1960 and 2011

Photographs by Irina Werning

Fer F in 1981 and 2011

Back in Time

Sander in 1983 and 2011

Back to the Future 2 by Irina Werning

Diego in 1970 and 2011

Back to the Future Project by Irina Werning

Lea T in 1995 and 2011

Photos by Irina Werning

Lea B in 1980 and 2011

Back to the Future Photography

Christoph in 1990 and 2011

Photography by Irina Werning

Giorgio in 1982 and 2011

Back to the Future Photos

 

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The Holga Digital Concept

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This concept by Saikat Biswas combines two things people love to hate: lomo and concept renders.The Holga D is a concept that takes the simple controls and form of the Holga, and adds a digital sensor. In order to simplify the idea, Biswas’ design removed many of the features and buttons associated with digital photography. There’s no rear LCD, no way to see your photos as you take them, and only a handful of shutter speeds and ISOs, controlled with small dials. In order to save battery, the only screen is a small e-ink display showing the current settings. Biswas also posited used old generation, full-frame or APS-C sensors to keep the cost down.

 

The Flying houses of Laurent Chehere

Flying Houses, by French artist Laurent Chehere, is series of photographs depicting what it would actually be like if these homes decided to up and drift away, similar to Disney’s movie Up.

Three iPhone skins that make Instagram even better

1. The Photoroid skin

Ryan Astle, a graphic designer / production artist living in New Brunswick in Canada, has created the “Photoroid” for iPhone – a retro cool skin inspired by the old Polaroid instant cameras. The Photoroid iPhone skin is available from the Infectious website for $14.99.

2. The Leica skin

This highly detailed plastic skin is making your Iphone look just like a Leica rangefinder camera. Available for 9 dollars at the petapixel store.

3. The Rolleiflex skin

Retro Camera Skin by John Zee, available for 9 dollars at Stickeri.com

The beautiful hover cars of Beni Bischof

The swiss artist and designer Beni Bischof takes muscle cars and transform them to muscle hover cars.
Image credit: Beni Bischof


Image credit: Beni Bischof


Image credit: Beni Bischo

Image credit: Beni Bischof


Image credit: Beni Bischof


Image credit: Beni Bischof

Image credit: Beni Bischof

Best persona collection ever! Thanks Jason.

Photographer Jason Travis created this inspiring and useful collection of persona. Don’t miss it. There are 314 of them on his Flickr page.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasontravis/sets/72157603258446753/