Levitation is the most amazing and recently renowned field of photography. Some people like to capture floating or levitation photos. Levitation concept is not new in China history. It takes from the kung fu and karate art. But recently now Chinese photographer Zhao Huasen photographed hundreds of cyclists going about their way in Shanghai. He then digitally erased the bicycles from the snaps, parting only their shadows and the oddly floating rider peacefully pedaling away through thin air. Riding a bicycle after a couple glasses of wine might make you feel as though you are floating. But until now I had never imagined what it might look like to actually float while riding a bicycle. Chinese photographer or artist Zhao Huasen’s “Floating” exhibit shows exactly that: regular everyday people floating while riding invisible bicycles.
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Cartoonist and illustrator Phlegm is familiar for his self-published comics and wonderful graffiti and street art. Phlegm applies color spray paint and black Indian ink to secure his walls and comics mutually. His graffiti art on huge walls, mostly in the United Kingdom, has become a part of city architecture. The name phlegm came from one of the four bodily humors in earliest Greek medication: blood, yellow temper, black bile and phlegm. Phlegm was assumed to be liable for an apathetic and unemotional temperament