Married authors and photographers James and Karla Murray’s book STORE FRONT “provides an irreplaceable window to the rich cultural experience of New York City as seen through its neighborhood shops.” It’s a New York that’s quickly disappearing, and provides such an intimate look at some of the places that sustained this very busy city. Via [...]
Posts Tagged Photography
I stumbled upon the work of f2 Images while doing my regular Etsy searches. Their imagery, available for purchase – is decidedly feminine with a touch of eery. Great for that little spot in your house that just needs SOMEthing. The image above felt like Summer.
This isn’t normally the type of photography that we would feature, but Matt Armendariz work is like eye-candy for any foodie. I love his use of color and style.
Photojojo says it best: It’s so simple we can’t believe we didn’t think of it before: just slide a photo into a jar, turn it upside down and display your upcyclin’ genius for all to see. Get the full step-by-step here.
A state of collective mourning began when Poloroid announced they would cease to produce the beloved medium. The Impossible Project has reclaimed Poloroid Film, and vows make it a viable, living medium once more. In their words: “Impossible b.v. has been founded with the concrete aim to re-invent and re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM [...]
Scouring Etsy has become a hobby. Amidst the jewlery and funky stuffies, Bullbone has cherry picked the best vintage photos and will snail mail them to you for only $5. I still like combing through the piles of pics at the flea market, but Bullbone helps get that fix when you can’t get to the [...]
The work if Riitta Ikonen is both surreal and hilarious. Her own words describe it best: “My work is concerned with the performance of images, through photography and costume design. Certain items, usually small and insignificant, excite me to the point where I have to wear them and then document that process. The super- garments [...]
“You probably own a digital camera and you’ve probably taken a bajillion photos with it. You may have printed a few. Well, it turns out there’s a whole world of things you can do with your photos and with your camera that nobody ever told you about. We find the most kick-ass photo tips, DIY [...]
The photography of Alejandra Laviada conjurs a sense of melencholy with it’s intense color and graphic composition. Her latest series of photosculpture features several abandoned objects, and makes you appreciate the design of the subject, as much as their dilapidated setting. The above is taken from her Typeologies series. Thanks to Cool Hunting for putting [...]