Because I don't trust airplaines by redredhead

Is it because world crisis seem so heavy to carry that we are searching lightness in our everyday lifes ?

Let’s get a little higher and breath some fresh air…

Live with no excuses, Love with no Regrets by Honeyjazz

Chinese artist Li Wei, one of the first who played with levitation, uses a combination of mirror, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics to create his remarkable real-life montages…

The artist like to say : « My artistic language is universal and deals with themes about contemporary politics and society using symbols understood by everyone in every part of the world. I am fascinated by the unstable and dangerous sides of art and I hope my works reflect these aspects ».

He could define himself as the new China lost, a China without gravity.

Natsumi Hayashi lives in Tokyo with two cats and photographs mainly levitating self-portraits. Equipped with her SLR and her self-timer, when she feels the moment strike, she presses the shutter button down and then, quite literally, « jumps » into place.

Chinese photographer, Zao Huasen  worked upon the floatting concept.

He takes photos of people riding bicycles, and then erases the bikes.
It amazingly gives the sense of calmly flying, the people really look like they are floating through the city.

Even cars can touch the sky,  as American artist Matthew Porter  beautifully demonstrate it !

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