color7
By in Art
Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto caught our eye a few years back with Smoke Signals, a series that captured colored smoke in different landscapes. The duo's more →
BondiHaze_01
By in Art
It's hard to believe that the month is nearly over and we haven't had a single day of the usual "June gloom" here in Los Angeles. That is normally a good more →
nickFrank01
By in Art
It's no wonder Munich based photographer Nick Frank favors shooting urban architecture. He does it so well. His perspective on the facade of Mira, a local more →
By in Art
With each new series Alberto Seveso photographs, we find ourselves more mesmerized than the last. In his latest Blackground, ink plumes are photographed more →
By in Art
The other day, I caught the tail end of the most incredible story on the radio about the secret life of Vivian Maier. A full time nanny living in Chicago in more →
By in Art
Photographer Gray Malin has wowed me once again with his series La Dolce Vita. He has documented Italy's most famous beaches, on a 2,000 mile coastal road more →
Invasive Species, Bellville (2009)
By in Art
Remember Dillon Marsh's Assimilation photo series that featured the incredibly large birds nests created by social weaver birds? His work caught my eye again, more →
sleeveface2
By in Art
How did I manage to miss the record-to-face-selfie, aka sleevefacing, phenomenon? The term was first coined in 2007 by Welsh DJ Carl Morris after pictures were more →
underdogs1
By in Art
They say dogs resemble their owners . . . or is it that dog owners resemble their pets? With a bit of Photoshop trickery, Swiss photographer Sebastian more →
Pin It