Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Update on our The Sky Tonight: 30 Days of Dusk Photography Project which we started back in June of this year and finally completed. Here is the finished result in mosaic form… You can view each photo on Flickr. All photos were taken with a cell phone. I actually got a shot of a cloud [...]

Bela Borsodi’s photography redefines the medium as Picasso’s redefined painting. In some of his editorial work, sex appeal is exuded without being overt, he breathes life into inanimate objects and makes them seem almost human and fluid and basically knows how to elevate anything he photographs to the next level of perception. His clients include [...]

Coming in August 2010 from Taschen Books is Kate Moss by Mario Testino, a 230 page hard cover coffee table book of Mario Testino’s personal choice of his photographs of Kate Moss. It comes in acrylic box and should come with it’s own coffee table considering it’s price tag of $500. However it is limited to only [...]

David LaChapelle’s solo exhibition ‘American Jesus’ at Paul Kasmin Gallery, and his most recent solo show in New York since 2008, will be on view through September 18, 2010. LaChapelle draws on an immense lexicon of art historical references, current events, and popular culture, to make visually compelling images each unique in their narrative and [...]

A nice twist on Life Photography; the inanimate kind. From the mind of freelance photographer Jason Jerde comes these unique photography portraits. High quality, professional photo prints in a variety of sizes with subjects consisting of toys and miniatures.

Some people have weak stomachs, some can’t stand the sight of blood, others aren’t too fond of horror. If you are amongst these group of people then stop reading now. If you are a true horror fan be it film, books, comics or say photography, then you might want to learn more about Joshua Hoffine, [...]

Currently on show at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York are Leon Levinstein’s New York Photograph Essay titled ‘Hipsters, Hustlers, and Handball Players’. Leon Levintein is best known for his candid and unsentimental black-and-white figure studies made in New York City neighborhoods from Times Square and the Lower East Side to Coney [...]


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