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Asger Carlsen – Wrong Series

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August 6th, 2009

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Asger Carlsen takes photography and imagination to a new level of freakiness. Born in Denmark, Asger started exploring photography in 1991. After winning and being nominated for various awards Asger moved to New York City and as far as I know lives here. Check out more of his work after the break… [ Continue Reading ]

Solve Sundsbo Photography

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August 2nd, 2009

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The art of fashion photography has been somewhat lost in the past decade, with young students of the digital age relying on photoshop and other programs to stylize their photographs. The abuse of digital technology has lead many of the fashion elite to seek out photogs with the talent to manipulate imagery without digital retouching. One of these talents is Norwegian fashion photographer Solve Sundsbo. [ Continue Reading ]

Which one would you want to suck on?

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August 2nd, 2009

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Here are some high fashion lollipops that were a part of a shoot for a photographer Massimo Gammacurta.  The shoot is called “Sweet Fashion: Lick Your Way to Success”.  These lollipops are totally cool, and high fashion that everyone can actually afford, too bad they are not for sale! Check out Massimo  Flickr site for more interesting shoots that incorporate everything from [ Continue Reading ]

Staudinger-Franke Studio:”Awesome” Isn’t Nearly Enough

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August 1st, 2009

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Staudinger+Franke is a photography studio that has amazed me time after time.  They are based in Viena, Austria and work with advert companies internationally.  As you can see, Heineken, LG, Panasonic, Juicy Fruit, and Ford, are a small spattering of some of the [ Continue Reading ]

Patrick Rochon – Light Painting Master

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August 1st, 2009

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A more gifted writer than myself is needed to properly describe the work of Montreal native Patrick Rochon. The form being photographed is a starting point, to which various colors are added by a process he calls “light-painting.” [ Continue Reading ]

The Human Printer.

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July 31st, 2009

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CMYK refers to the tiny dots of four inks that are used in most color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). Most of you probably already knew that—and my many graphic designer friends will  probably think less of me for this—but I learned about CMYK just now. Why? Because I wanted to tell you all about The Human Printer. [ Continue Reading ]

Jean Francois Lepage

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July 27th, 2009

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Jean-Francois Lepage has a way of using one light to make the most simple of imagery seem artsy, thoughtful and even a little creepy. But I just can’t stop looking at his photographs. Addicted much? Yes, yes I am.

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Underwater Fantasy

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July 26th, 2009

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Elena Kalis‘s Underwater Fantasy photos are full of magic. Ranging from ethereal to eerie, they each capture an instant of calm beauty that is magnetizing.

Limitless imagination and a sharp eye were definitely required to see the potential beauty behind submerging a child in water for long periods of posed time. And how she gets the little devils to comply is beyond me, but the end result is remarkable. [ Continue Reading ]

Alessandro Bavari Puts Italy Back In Photography

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July 26th, 2009

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It is not often when you come around an artist like this who displays such amazing creative output through his work. Meet Alessandro Bavari, born in Latina, a coastal town south of Rome, Italy. Alessandro grown up in an italo-french family, he was early attracted by artistic matters and decided to attend art college, where he began making photomontages at the age of 15. Then, he studied scenography, photography, history of art and various other topics at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Rome, where he developped strong grounding in the techniques of oil, watercolours and engraving, while experimenting at the same time methods mixing tar, glue, industrial paint and exploring photographic printing techniques. [ Continue Reading ]