It opened last week and you might have already spotted some images of the new Amsterdam Apple flagship store. But these images by Thomas Schlijper just had to be shared. Amazing work. By Apple and Schlijper that is.
November 14th, 2011 | Posted in: art, photography
Check out this great Tumblr called Awesome People Hanging Out Together. A collection of awesome people hanging out. I particularly like the older ones. Like the one of Yves St. Laurent and His Fashion Highness Karl Lagerfeld.
Or the one below of Debby Harry and Andy Warhol.
And this beautiful shot of Hubert de Givenchy with Audrey Hepburn in Paris.
June 30th, 2011 | Posted in: photography
Dear Photograph is as brilliant as it is simple. You take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. Just have a look these images, and be sure to visit the website.
April 12th, 2011 | Posted in: photography
German photographer Robert Piontek has found a really cool technique of shooting and editing. His brilliant series ‘Tiny Planet’ is the result of taking pictures of one place from different angles and pasting them together with special software. And I love it!
Be sure to check out his website regularly for more of these cool images.
March 7th, 2011 | Posted in: photography
Every man knows the urge to take appliances apart. The only things always is putting them back together. Photographer Todd McLellan decided to take this urge to the next level. He took apart complex appliances like clocks and camera’s, lined up all the parts and shot them. This has resulted in some amazing compositions. He also shot all these items in a quite literal take on the ‘Exploded View’ perspective. Check out the gallery.
I wonder how many screws Todd had left when he had put everything back together…
February 25th, 2011 | Posted in: photography
Check out this amazing project by Irina Werning. She has taken people back to pictures taken of them a long time ago, and have them pose in exactly the same way. Great idea, and great results. Amazing to see how some people change (or not). Have a look at the gallery. These shots are awesome.
This one is an instant favorite of mine. The Selby is a blog that offers us a glimpse into the workspaces of creative minds from around the world. It is amazing to have a look in the personal space of these people and be inspired by it. Just have a look at the image above from Karl Lagerfeld’s house…
The site was founded by Todd Selby in 2008. A pretty versatile creative himself, he started shooting and posting pictures of his friends houses and workspaces. The site became a big success. Soon requests from around the world started pouring from people who wanted to have their workspace posted.
This led to the publishing of the first book called The Selby Is In Your Place.
There is just too much on the site, so check it out for yourselves. You won’t be disappointed!
February 1st, 2011 | Posted in: photography
As you might have read here before I love abandoned buildings. They raise so many questions and really get your mind going. Who built it? Why? What went on there? That’s why I just love these shots of WW2 bunkers by Amsterdam based Brit Jonathan Andrew. The excellent lighting gives these weird shaped concrete blobs something very sinister, dark. Check out the gallery below for more of these amazing shots.
January 28th, 2011 | Posted in: photography
I bumped into the work of Alisdair Miller recently. His urban photography is really amazing. He has a great eye for shots, and a good sense of drama too. Check it out.
Do check out his website for more though.
August 13th, 2010 | Posted in: photography
Analog photography is making its comeback as a niche product, thats for sure. Lomo camera’s are everywhere and with Polaroid’s comeback this trend will surely continue. And with fun camera’s like the Lomography Spinner 360 coming out this trend is strengthened.
This camera takes full 360 shots, Taking your shots there where no panorama camera has taken you before. The results are awesome. Can’t wait to get my hands on one of these!
Available for $125,- in the Lomography Online Store.
Images via Cool Hunting.