Moleskine Doodles by Kerby Rosanes

Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ordinary black pens to magically illustrate his “doodle” world. The 23-year old artist considers his art as a personal hobby which turned out to be his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines and online communities. (via My Modern Metropolis)

PhotoExif App: for Analog Lovers

Do you love analog photography but miss some of the advantages of digital photography? PhotoExif is for you! > Buy PhotoExif $ 1,99 Record the parameters you used to take that beautiful picture (lens, shutter speed, aperture, geolocation and more) and save them as EXIF metadata when you develop your film as JPG or TIFF images! Benefits:…

Dogfighters

Spurred by a collaboration of our love for dogs and planes, WWII era propeller planes were carefully paired with their canine counterparts in order to transform their familiar hard-edged, silhouettes into a more adorable craft; a beagle, a schnauzer and a golden retriever. Set in a simple studio environment, each pairing was carefully considered to…

Gravesend, the Death of Community

Gravesend is a small town situated in the borough of Gravesham, Kent. Developed by the metropolitan police in 2002 to simulate the environment of urban community the 300 square meter site was constructed in facsimile of an urban complex to meet the training requirements of the police with all the façade of human presence, except…

Stellar Axis Antarctica: 99 Blue Spheres Across the Antarctic Ice Cap

In December 2006, I was photographer for Lita Albuquerque’s Stellar Axis Antarctica: the largest and most ambitious arts project ever undertaken in Antarctica. Of Tunisian origin and now living in Los Angeles, Lita Albuquerque belongs to the land art generation, alongside James Turell and Christo. Designed in collaboration with astronomer Simon Balm, ‘Stellar Axis Antarctica’ was intended to…

A Car Wash Beauty Pageant, 1951

In June of 1951, the Muller Bros held a “beauty pageant” to celebrate their three millionth car wash (any excuse to attract customers). Located on Sunset and Ivar in Los Angeles California, LIFE magazine photographer Allan Grant went along to photograph the event. (via MessyNessy Chic)  

Life, Inc. by Job Jonathan Schlingemann

The corporation is one of mans most abstract achievements. Products became brands, owners became shareholders and stockmarkets and financial services became the worlds leading businesses. With this came the office building. These concrete geometrical shapes reaching for the sky seem as much at odds with the human being as the businesses in these buildings. They are…

Damien Hirst, Black Scalpel Cityscapes

Described by the artist as ‘portraits of living cities’, the ‘Black Scalpel Cityscapes’ are made up of vast numbers of surgical instruments that combine to create bird’s-eye views of urbanised areas from around the world. With the series, Hirst investigates subjects pertaining to the sometimes-disquieting realities of modern life – surveillance, urbanisation, globalisation and the…

‘I am Dust’, by Olivier Valsecchi

Initially debuting in September 2009, “I am Dust” is an autobiographical body of work about incarnation and the cycle of birth-life-death-rebirth, known as Samsara, and a powerful testament to how no other artistic medium could be more well suited to Parisian photographer Olivier Valsecchi than photography. Capturing life in the lens of a camera, in effect,…

The Art of Gary Baseman

  Gary Baseman crosses many lines of art as a painter, illustrator, video and performance artist, animator, TV/movie producer, curator, and toy designer. His work has been published in The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, Time, andRolling Stone; and he designed the best-selling game “Cranium” He created the three-time Emmy and BAFTA award-winning animation series, “Teacher’s Pet,” earning…

Sølve Sundsbø Photography

Elegance and sensuality are the words that come to mind to describe this talented artist.  Sølve Sundsbø is a Norwegian photographer who lives in London. His career began when four months into a course at the London College of Printing he became Nick Knight’s assistant. Now Sundsbø is a regular contributor to magazines including Pop, i-D,…

American Photography & One Eyeland Call For Entries

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY 29: Deadline January 18, 2013 American Illustration and American Photography (AI-AP), the leading hardcover, juried annuals, offer an expansive view with hundreds of images selected by an outstanding jury from thousands of entries submitted to our two annual competitions. Regarded by creative professionals as the “books of record” and best sources for today’s…

CITIES by Sze Tsung Leong

Cities is an ongoing series of photographs, begun by Mr. Leong in 2002, that depict a wide range of urban formations throughout the globe, from medieval towns to recent constructions, and that together form a picture of the world, specifically through its cities, at this particular moment in time at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Cities…

Familiar Rooms, Hidden Faces by Alison Brady

If looking at Alison Brady’s photographs makes you inexplicably uncomfortable, then she has accomplished her goal. Her images are carefully structured to blend the familiar with the unknown — antique furniture and vintage fabrics juxtaposed with unnaturally twisted body forms — with the hope of getting viewers to ask one question: “I know these objects, but…

Birth Culture by Alice Proujansky

A beautiful project by Alice Proujansky that says: “Far fewer women die from pregnancy and childbirth than they did just two decades ago. According to a recent report from the World Health Organization and the United Nations, 287,000 maternal deaths occurred in 2010, half as many as in 1990. Yet for many women, childbirth is as dangerous as ever.…

Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod

The Manfrotto PIXI is the perfect mini tripod for Compact System Cameras (CSC). It has been designed to satisfy the needs of those consumers that are looking for a support that is lightweight, portable and easy to use. > Buy here The PIXI is great for achieving hard to get video shots while keeping your…