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…

MIA (Urban Beach Week) by Wayne Lawrence

Wayne Lawrence says: “To most people, Miami’s South Beach is best known as one of the most decadent entertainment destinations in America, with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels lining it’s avenues. Famous for it’s Art Deco architecture, beautiful people and history as a base of operations for the cocaine cowboys of the 1970s…

Dancing Colors by Fabian Oefner

Fabian Oefner is a curious investigator, photographer and artist, whose work moves between the fields of art and science. His images capture in unique and imaginative ways natural phenomena that appear in our daily lives, such as sound waves, centripetal forces, iridescence, or the unique properties of magnetic ferroliquids. His exploration of the unseen and poetic…

Super Heroes in 16th Century

      Super Flemish is a new amazing work of photographer Sasha Goldberg. “What if Superman was born in the sixteenth century? And what if the Hulk was a Duke? How might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White? Sacha’s discovery of these characters, which goes back to childhood, gave birth to a desire to re-appropriate…

Hugs & Kisses by Ute Klein

Original name of this project is ‘Resonanzgeflechte’. Ute Klein received her degree with honours in Photography from Folkwang University of the Arts Essen in 2009 and finished her MA in fine art photography at the Royal College of Art in London in 2012. Her series »Resonanzgeflechte« has received the “gute aussichten young german photography award…

NoPhone

Phone addiction is real. And it’s everywhere. It’s ruining your dates. It’s distracting you at concerts. It’s disrupting you in movie theaters. It’s clogging up sidewalks. Now, there is a real solution. Introducing the NoPhone, a technology-free alternative to constant hand-to-phone contact. With a thin, light and completely wireless design, the NoPhone acts as a…

Bomber-Jacket Art from WWII

At the beginning of the war, Army Air Corps members were issued the most badass jacket in the military, the leather A-2—which had been the standard leather flight jacket since 1931. In WWII, these jackets became a canvas for teenage flyers to express their rugged individuality. They’d get the backs painted, and often these images included…

V A N I S H by Patrick Fraser

10 Facts about Patrick Fraser 1) When he was 18 he rode an Enfield 350 Bullet Motorbike around Northern India. 2) He is renovating a 1948 Homesteader cabin in Joshua Tree, CA. 3) Is reading Till the Sun Grows Cold by Maggie McCune 4) Made his first piece of furniture in 2012, a bench for his…

The Guardian by Joy McKinney

Joy McKinney is an artist/photographer based in New York City. She received her undergraduate degree from the Atlanta College of Art and is currently working towards her MFA in photography at Parsons The New School for Design. Her work explores contemporary social and cultural attitude towards gender and race through photography and video.

Mirella by Fausto Podavini

Fausto Podavini is an italian photographer, winner at the last World Press Photo Awards in Daily Life Stories with the photo above. Part of the Project “Mirella”. “Despite her husband’s life-threatening disease, Mirella devoted her life to assisting Luigi, trying to be positive and reassuring, looking after him with intense love and respect. Everyday care, usually…

Cut Lace Newspapers by Myriam Dion

Myriam Dion is a student at the University of Quebec who creates stunning artwork with newspapers. Working with old copies of the Financial Times, The International Herald Tribune and Le Devoir, Myriam cuts intricate lace-like patterns into their pages to create a stunning new piece of art from the existing page layout. I love the way she uses the colors…

Kúla Deeper 3d Camera

Kúla Deeper is for 3D photography and filming with a normal camera. The Kúla Deeper project was just launched on the Nordic crowd funding site Karolinafund. With Deeper you can easily switch between taking 2D and 3D pictures and videos as you simply snap the device onto your camera’s lens. As well as making a…

Nicolas Sisto Photographer

Nicolas Sisto is an independant photographer and architect, represented by the gallery Salamatina. Nicolas Sisto was born in the French Alps in 1982. Greatly influenced by the peace and majesty of the mountains, his first forays into photography were images he took in Italy with the gift of an old Nikon camera from his father. Sisto…

Photoshopping Real Women Into Cover Models

We asked four women to participate in a Photoshop experiment. Their reactions to the results will surprise you. Huge thanks to Andronica Marquis, Sierra Santana, Kate Reynolds, and Ella Mielniczenko. Sierra Santana — Instagram: vivalasantana Twitter: @sierrasantana Andronica Marquis — [email protected] Original photos by Emily Berl — http://www.emilyberlphoto.com/

Original Watercolors of The Little Prince

In April of 1943, shortly after the book came out, 43-year-old Saint-Exupéry shoved his Little Prince manuscripts and drawings in a brown paper bag, handing it to his friend Silvia Hamilton — “I’d like to give you something splendid,” he told her, “but this is all I have.” — and departed for Algiers as a military pilot…