Switzerland-based Corinne Vionnet shows us some of our most famous landmarks in a brand new way. Though her images look like watercolor paintings, they're actually made of hundreds of tourist photos layered into one. The haunting images are meant to make us think about fading memories and the inevitable passage of time.
Memory box by Helena de la Guardia.
三渓園: Hearts and Numbers
Kiitsu Suzuki, Japan - Wisteria
Sol LeWitt: Form Derived From a Cube, 1984, 20
yowayowa camera woman = natsumi Lives in Tokyo with two cats. Photographs mainly levitating self-portraits (and cats not levitating). yowayowa is a Japanese term meaning "weak" or "feeble."
David Bowie, por Lucas Simões by luc/SA ..... [lucas simões], via Flickr