While the rest of us surf, Janicza Bravo fishes! She’s gathered her findings on FFFFound, as well as her own site. Her personal work can be found here.
I like how the world looks through Brad Troemel’s lens. His artistic tour de force might be The Holy Economic Trinity. For more young photographers – check Fjord.
My friend sent me a link to the website of Yeondoo Jung, a Korean artist who recreates literal interpretations of children’s drawings. I’m glad someone is paying attention to these young, active imaginations!
So, eyes rolling in the back of my head over Peter Saville (again) – which led me to lust over his photographer Nick Knight. Now, thanks to this blog post, you can too!
She shoots with everything from Polaroids to laptops to disposable cameras. Her photos are a hot dose of narcissism. Here’s native Swede and Paris resident Lina Scheynius.
Public Collectors consists of informal agreements where collectors allow the contents of their collection to be published and permit those who are curious to directly experience the objects in person. Participants must be willing to type up an inventory of their collection, provide a means of contact and share their collection with the public. Collectors can be based in any geographic location. The purpose of this project is for large collections of materials to become accessible so that knowledge, ideas and expertise can be freely shared and exchanged.
Stupendous collage work from Virginia Echeverria, via Wrong Distance
Alex Prager has birds attack his models. He chops off their feet. Or maybe it’s just retouching. Regardless, the work is beautiful. See for yourself and thanks to Notcot for the link.
German born, NYC resident Sebastian Lemm has some inspiring work, especially this stellar typographical installation.
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