An awesome series of “Captured-moments” by British photographer / designer Aled Lewis. Using various toys he’s made a set of situations acted which are pretty dang witty.
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So this may be a little late for Halloween, but the series is too spooky to not post. Back in 2010, artist/musician Ossian Brown released a compilation photo-book featuring old Halloween photos ranging in date from 1875 and 1955. They creep as shit.
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New York-based photographer Eric Cahan has created a beautiful series of photographs capturing sunrise or sunset at various different locations, and the light produced. Featuring locations such as Sao Paolo, Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, San Francisco, among many others, Cahan records the hour, time of day, medium, and image capture details so as to preserve his own memory of that moment. Interesting concept, and the images it produced are amazing if somewhat minimal.
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Scottish artist Jane Thomas has taken a real-life cut of psychedelic by photographing combos of soap and water with a macro lens. Using different ratios of water and soap, and lighting, she captured quite a few awesome psychedelic effects.
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English-born Seattle-based photographer Michael Kenna captures incredible moments which portray minimalist, generally colourless scenes.
Although black and white photography is increasingly being considered more cliched, Kenna succeeds in using it perfectly – using it as an element which complements his photos, rather than relying on it to make his photos good.
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Seattle-based motion graphic designer and animator Ryan Boyle has created two series – Revenge of the Doodle and Revenge of the Doodle II of doodle-art illustrations in which doodles permeate into reality.
Ranging from a caterpillar siting on a mushroom, to a viking riding a bear, and a giant sea monster, these things are pretty damn cool.
Made entirely on an iPad using various different apps and techniques these combos of doodle and photo are awesome.
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French artist duo named “Helmo” – comprised of Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez has released a new series of photo-artworks entitled “Bêtes de Mode” (or Fashion Animals in English). By layering portraits of people with gels of complimentary animals, they create an awesome effect of a united image.
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So first off, hope all you cats had a rad festive season and things. Its now actually 2012, supposedly the last year (of all time?) so it promises to be interesting and entertaining as ever, and we here, as usual, promise to bring you the raddest of the rad.
So to kick off the year’s posts, here an awesome series of surrealist photos by Dutch photographer and artist, Scarlett Hooft Graffland. This chick is insane and her photos echo a classic sci-fi sort of feel. Here they are:
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