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Lisa Scarpa

The Unforgettable Photography of Louise Dahl-Wolfe

Published on 11/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

One of the most influential photographers from the 1940's to the 1960's, we often forget to admire the world Louise Dahl-Wolfe provided for fashion during those times. She mastered her artistry and shaped the way we view fashion adverts and magazines today.

Use Facebook To Rent or Buy Your Next Home

Published on 10/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : real estate

An innovation that revolutionizes the world of real estate. It could be that, in a few years, the first global social network will also become leader in terms of real estate research. An evolution to follow closely!

Alessandro Paglia's Mesmerizing Photorealism

Published on 10/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : art

Italian artist gifts us with his unimaginable patience to create treasures of art. The artistry of photorealism is a concept not just the average artist can exhibit. It consists of taking a photograph and reproducing it to look as realistic as possible by painting, drawing, or by using graphic media.

A Nostalgic Timeline Through History

Published on 09/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

A photograph can bring back a lot more than just a memory. A photo is worth a thousand words. You can feel, smell, and remember through a single photo. What would we have done without the invention of the camera? We would have relied on words?

Secret Undeveloped Film Found In Russian Attic

Published on 05/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

Photography works by Masha Invashintsova, which was found in her daughters attic after she passed away dating back to more than 70 years ago. Masha kept them secret and undeveloped for so many years. She also had everything documented in diaries!

The Vinyl Cover Hunt

Published on 05/04/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

Alex Bartsch, a photographer and music enthusiast specifically when it comes to reggae vinyls, went out on a hunt around London, to recapture the covers of his vinyl albums. With pictures taken over 30-40 years ago, the outcome is interesting! Take a look for yourself!