Keys Jacket

March 14th, 2014

I’m fascinated by this jacket. Can’t explain why. I just am. Photo by Rebecca Storm.

Rebecca Storm

Random Selection in Random Image

December 4th, 2012

Random Selection in Random Image” is new website by Jan Robert Leegte. It does exactly that: it loads a random image from Flickr and it makes a random selection. Reload the website to get another random selection in a random image.

found at triangulation

Broken Flowers

September 18th, 2012

Jon Shireman dipped some flowers in a liquid nitrogen bath and then he smashed them on a hard surface. The results are just beautiful.

found at iGNANT

Descriptive Camera

April 26th, 2012

Matt Richardson created a camera which doesn’t deliver a photo but a description of the photo it made. Eh what? After the shutter button is pressed, the Descriptive Camera sends the photo to Amazons Mechanical Turk for processing. Somewhere someone receives this photo and writes a short description about what’s on the photo, that person receives a small payment for this task. As soon as that text comes back, a thermal printer outputs the result in the style of a polaroid print.
How cool is that!

Misunderstanding Focus

March 27th, 2012

“Misunderstanding Focus” is series of photo collages made by Nerhol, a collaboration between Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka. Each artwork is made of a several photos which were taken in a 3 minutes time span and then layered like an onion. The effect is beautiful.

found at Colossal

Light & Jelly

February 7th, 2012

“Light & Jelly” is series of lamps cast in jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop and then photographed by Fabrice Fouillet. The results are very colorful and look stunning.

found at It’s Nice That

Mimesis

January 9th, 2012

Here’re a few photos from the series “Mimesis” by Barbara & Michael Leisgen. Simple & nice.

found at Potz!Blitz!Szpilman!

Garden & House

December 20th, 2011

The Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa designed this “Garden & House” in Tokyo on a very small lot of just 8 x 4 m. It doesn’t really have a facade or walls: vases, planters, concrete benches, plexiglass railings,¬†full-height windows and curtains form the boundary between inside and outside. I’m baffled.
Photos by Iwan Baan.

found at DOMUS

Jim Sanborn

December 13th, 2011

These photos are from Jim Sanborn‘s “The Topographic Projections and Implied Geometries Series”. They are long exposures photographs of enormous light projections. Very impressive work.

found at I like this art

Frank Kunert

November 10th, 2011

These photographs by Frank Kunert aren’t just some Photoshop wizardry. He first build each model by hand and then photographed them. I guess you agree that the results are stunning.

found at trendland


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