To create a single image, Peter Funch stakes out an area of New York City for a few days and snaps people as they walk by. Then, he stitches together pieces and parts from each image to create a final composition that is thematically unique and almost unbelievable.
The above image is his comparison of black vs. white, but you should definitely check out the site for more of his work.
When IDEO decided to show off the fact that they are a global brand by putting together a Rube Goldberg Machine of epic proportions, what they ended up with was a creation that spanned eight worldwide locations across three continents, six time zones, and involved the work of roughly fifty people.
The result is a 15 minute montage of crazy contraptions and unbelievable gadgets that all worked together surprisingly well:
Denis Darzacqâ€™s photography is fantastic (and almost unbelievable) when you consider the fact that â€œthere is nothing false in these scenes. These moments really occurred. There is no fiction, no retouching or special effectsâ€.
Instead, he uses athletic and gymnastic young folks as well as good timing to make it look like his subjects are about to smack the ground face first.
In Denisâ€™ own words, â€œat the moment of the leap, chance and gravity also intervenedâ€.