Link to Rolling Stone with more photographs.
Selection from the "Tears" Exhibit. "I worked hard to create my own style and technique. The main tool is computer photo-manipulation and a mix of several photos. I’ve already created several art projects and showed them in a few countries, including France, Belgium and the USA." Selection from(…)
Seamus Murphy began photographing Afghanistan in 1994, and his new book A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan, is a classic on the rise of the Taliban and the impact of U.S. invasion. For two decades, he has worked extensively in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Latin America and most recently America on an ongoing project during what(…)
Clicking on images launches Flash movie. From The Behance Network: Title: I Lose myself Magazine: Hintmag Photographer- Paco Peregrín (www.pacoperegrin.com ) Art Direction, digital art and illustrated- Calvin Ho (www.atomicattack.com) Styling- Kattaca (www.kattaca.com ) Make up artist and Hairdresser- Beatriz Matallana.(beatrizmatallana.com)
Supernova Creates "Ribbon" in Space Like a ribbon trailing from a parade float, a streamer of hydrogen gas seems to waft across the stars in an image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. New Supernova "Gumball" Picture The remnant of a supernova, first seen from Earth more than a thousand years ago, hangs like(…)
Hi-Def San Francisco is project of CloudView Photography. The camera is a 3 megapixel StartDot Technologies Netcam XL mounted in a weather proof enclosure high in the hills of Sausalito. Images are captured every 15 seconds cropped from the full resolution to 1920×1080 and uploaded in 480, 720 and 1080 resolution to the web(…)
Because of the devastation of World War II, Russian “girls” in the ’40s and ’50s were taught to be tough and work hard. I am saddened by the fact that Russia never had the chance to enjoy the happy pin-up times of America’s postwar period. In fact, cheerful American pin-up art was considered in Soviet(…)
From the Austrian Cultural Forum: Gregor Graf’s exploration of urban architecture involves taking medium format images of mundane urban settings and painstakingly removing all text and symbolic references from the image, producing an anonymous and generic metropolis, yet evoking a sense of familiarity. In 2006 Graf was commissioned by the Visual Arts Platform to produce(…)