The landscapes of Dordogne in southwestern France captured through infrared lenses by French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer, rendering all living plant matter in vivid hues of canary yellow.
Throw off your chains, slaves to the visible spectrum.
Colourful custom gifs from the Angular Geometry blog of designer Tyler Haywood.
MORE: Angular Geometry
Recent works by Argentinian/Spanish artist Filipe Pantone* for Lisbon Week.
*’Pantone’ being an evolution of his original tag ‘Pant’, chosen when he was just thirteen and unrelated to his later colourful works.
Various things neatly arranged by Nashville-based photographer Emily Blincoe.
Previously: Sugar Series
Infrared photography by David Keochkerian that appears to reverse, supersaturate and gererally trippify the colours of the seasons. More here.
This is how the world should look all the time.
(Hat tip: Aaron McAllorum)