New York filmmaker Gary Nadeau brings us the third instalment of the recent series he has been capturing with Dwell “The Full Spectrum”. In this episode of the documentary style working they speak to Susan Lyons at the Herman Miller Headquarters.
Based in Washington Indio is a Self taught painter, sculptor and illustrator who today rounds of my lot of posts with his series of paintings he recently created titled The Day The Flowers Died. Don’t get me wrong on this one, i’m not going all dark and evil on everyone but i’m pre
Molly Wizenberg, based in Seattle, is a writer, photographer and restaurant owner. I originally found her through flickr, particularly admiring the imagery taken by her Pentax K1000. I’m not sure what it is that i like so much about that camera, i think it’s the tones and the overall tex
I’m not sure if we’ve ever presented work from The Anthropologist, but it’s a regular site that i check. I always find the work really interesting, their ethos being that if you reveal the passions and pursuits of one person, it can result in the progress of many. Which pretty much
We get a toned down set of imagery from avid Flickr user “Hello Don’t Hang Up” who is better known as Susan. Unfortunately Susan didn’t share her surname with the world, but honestly I don’t really mind, because her photography speaks for itself and you don’t need
Innovating visual project brought to us from recent graduate of LondonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s prestigious Royal College of Art Lauri Warsta.The piece we have today was actually awarded the Passion Pictures Prize in February, although this is the first i’ve seen of it online.With an eye pleasing ae
I’m actually in awe of this video, the picture is stunning (if only i could film this good), and the base jumpers may give you serious vertigo. This is an unofficial video made by FroschYankee for a song written by Bryan Hollon (Boom Bip), remixed by Marcus Eoin & Michael Sandison (Boards
Sticking with the experimental style and London based filmmaker Stefan Werc brings us this vivid piece of work which is titled Seishi. Though the mastery of lighting and some clever editing skills Stefan was able to create this edgy visual product designed in complete darkness.
Today we bring you further imagery from the talent that is (Stanislav Markov) Garmonique because frankly I think all of us need some darkened, haunting photography in our lives. Life isn’t all sunflowers and roses so why should every photographer out there be portraying bright and bold, this i
Nicholas Haggard is a 28 year old photographer, based in Brooklyn, New York. Most of his work is casual, capturing intimate moments with friends, addressing memories and reflective moments in life. I think what initially drew me to his work was the overwhelming amount of honesty in his pictures, the
Japanese Illustrator has been working in his chosen field of work for over twenty years now so when his name is mentioned you know to expect a vision that only experience can bring. Today I was browsing over his portfolio and found these charming little illustrations that he had created through the
We get a small collection of imagery all the way from Vigo in Spain today from Ana Cabaleiro, her photographs seem to be inspired by her urge to explore the outdoor world. I always think that photographers are inquisitive people, constantly looking to find new places and people to capture, making th