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Photographer Léo Caillard makes images of classical statues dressed up as hipsters.
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Classical sculptures dressed as hipsters look contemporary and totally badass ... This is awesome. I'll call it now - next Gap ad campaign!
Photographer Léo Caillard created a series called “Hipster in Stone,” wherein he “styles” famous sculptures in the fashions of today’s younger clothes-wearers
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Hipster Greek Gods
Alexis Persani & Leo Caillard have collaborated on a series called "Street Stone," taking stone sculptures and photo-manipulating them to be adorned in the latest fashion trends. A fun spin on contemporary culture and classic sculptural art.
Classic sculptures at the Louvre in modern dress.
I’ve been posting time-lapse videos for a while now, and while I wouldn’t say I’m jaded, it does take something special to catch my attention these days. Michael Shainblum got my attention. Using shots of the night sky as well as in an urban setting, he put together an extraordinary collection of scenes in his video, “Existence.”
Original Project Description: This short time-lapse video is called EXISTENCE. The video is a statement not only about time and progression, but also a statement about the world we have created for ourselves. The basis of the video contrasts the two extremes of life itself: the urban metropolis, and the beauty outside the city. I love to stargaze. Watching the milky-way float across the sky is one of the most therapeutic experiences I have ever felt.
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THE GAME HAS CHANGED by Michael Shainblum. Cool time lapse video
Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist. “I never used Excel at work but I saw other people making pretty graphs and thought, ‘I could probably draw with that,’” says 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi. About 13 years ago, shortly before retiring, Horiuchi decide he needed a new challenge in his life. So he bought a computer and began experimenting with Excel...
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by Tatsuo Horiuchi, Microsoft Excel spreadsheet artist (yes, really!)
Tatsuo Horiuchi Creates Amazing Art Using Microsoft Excel
Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist. (i still don't understand how you make art in excel but apparently you can)
Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist- “Cherry Blossoms at Jogo Castle” (2006) |
Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist. The artist uses a spreadsheet to make his images. Amazing.
Digital Art Made with Excel Spreadsheets Tatsou Horiuchi
Time travel by Flora Borsi: Time Traveling Woman Photoshops Self into Iconic Photos. Photographer Flóra Borsi photoshops herself into old black and white images of celebrities and people from past eras for her comical series titled Time Travel. The Budapest-based photographer is craftily featured in each manipulated image, hidden among throngs of fans, press, and commuters.
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Time travel by Flora Borsi Photographer Flora Borsi digitally inserts her photo to iconic photographs from the past.
‘Time-Traveling’ Photographer Digitally Adds Herself Into Historical Photos [via DesignTAXI]
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Photographer adds herself to historical photographs
Le Petit Prince, Photo Series Imagines an Ordinary Life for a Boy with Muscular…
Le Petit Prince, Photo Series Imagines an Ordinary Life for a Boy with Muscular Dystrophy. In the heartwarming photo series “Le Petit Prince,” 12-year-old Lukas is depicted leading the active life of an ordinary boy: playing basketball, skateboarding, and so on—all activities he cannot perform in real life due to muscular dystrophy. The series was created by Matej Peljhan, a Slovenian photographer and psychologist who specializes in photographic therapy.
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Matej Peljhan | Le Petit Prince The photographer helped this little boy with muscular dystrophy make pictures of the things he wishes he could do...
series entitled, The Little Prince? The boy, Luka suffers from Muscular Dystrophy (which has confined him to a wheelchair) and photographer Matej Peljhan (whom himself suffered injuries at age 10 from some explosive devices, scattered around during the World War II that left him without an arm or eye) set out to create an imaginary world for Luka where he could skateboard, play basketball, even scuba dive. Things he cant do in real life, things most of us take for granted. The images speak
Photographer Matej Peljhan puts a twist on one of my fav classic children's books The Little Prince with a touching series featuring a 12-year-old boy living with muscular dystrophy. Luka's degenerative disease restricts his physical movement to only small gestures made with his hands. He cannot bathe, dress or feed himself, but he still manages to use his limited movements — and unlimited imagination — to sketch on small pieces of paper.
Matej Peljhan: Photographer Takes a Boy with Muscular Dystrophy on an Imaginary Adventure portraits kids adventure
Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling: 1. You admire a character for trying more than for their successes. 2. You gotta keep in mind what’s interesting to you as an audience, not what’s fun to do as a writer. They can be very different. 3. Trying for theme is important, but you won’t see what the story is actually about til you’re at the end of it. Now rewrite. 4. Once upon a time there was ___. Every day, ___. One day ___. Because of that, ___. Because of that, ___. Until finally ___....
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film study: pixar short films ideas
for the record, these are also considered disney movies. they are disney pixar movies. people gotta stop trying to tell me that toy story is not a disney movie
They make the best movies!
The Pixar Theory: a very lengthy and involved explanation of how all the Disney Pixar films are connected.
The Pixar Theory. As a storyteller, I love this idea.
3D Drawings That Jump Off The Page: Artist Ramon Bruin is taking hyperrealistic drawings to a whole new dimension – the third dimension, to be more precise! Ramon who is a Dutch illustrator, creates realistic 3D renderings of snakes, birds, and all sort of creepy creatures using nothing but a pencil, paper and his own imagination. Those impressive cartoons you see seem to jump off the paper right at you! The technique in use is #Anamorphosis.
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Snake 3D Pencil Drawing - Ramon Bruin
3D Optical Illusions | 3d optical illusions pencil art 1 Amazing Collection of 3D Pencil ...
During a time when computing power was so scarce that it required a government-defense budget to finance it, a young man used a $238 million military computer, the largest such machine ever built, to render an image of a curvy woman on a glowing cathode ray tube screen. The year was 1956, and the creation was a landmark moment in computer graphics and cultural history that has gone unnoticed until now. Using equipment designed to guard against the apocalypse, a pin-up girl had been drawn...
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The World's First Computer Art Is an Image of a Sexy Woman, "During a time when computing power was so scarce that it required a government-defense budget to finance it, a young man used a $238 million military computer, the largest such machine ever built, to render an image of a curvy woman on a glowing cathode ray tube screen. The year was 1956, and the creation was a landmark moment in computer graphics and cultural history that has gone unnoticed until now." (via The Atlantic)
Boobs not bombs: The first ever computer art was made possible by the Cold War… & it was a girly pic
Cold War-era Governement Computer Created the First Digital Art - Tested
The Never-Before-Told Story of the World's First Computer Art (It's a Sexy Dame) - 1950s IBM chip. In the late 1950s, an anonymous IBM employee made a lady from the pages of Esquire come to life on the screen of a $238 million military computer.
Russian photographer Vadim Mahorov goes to death-defying heights for the perfect shot. While the thrill of scaling buildings, towers and monuments is part of the allure, the dramatic aerial landscapes Vadim captures are absolutely breathtaking. Although many are quick to lump Vadim with other youths simply looking for the rush of infiltrating places they shouldn’t be, Vadim shows a clear passion for photography.
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Now there are many Russian photographers itching to get the birds eye view, another is Vadim Mahorov. Take a deep breath and check out some of these shots: photographer on top of statue
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Vadim Mahorov photography. on top of the statue of liberty.
Tim Flach: More than Human. This series of animal photographs by Tim Flach brings the viewer into an unnatural proximity to his subjects, encouraging discussion on the human-animal boundary and attitudes towards non-human animals and the changing relationships, both literally and allegorically, between man and animal...
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Animal portraits -- by photographer Tim Flach
.UK-based photographer Tim Flach's latest project, titled More Than Human, consists of intimate studio portraits of various wild animals, from various monkeys and apes to specially-bred featherless chickens.
Grace, a great grey owl. UK photographer Tim Flach, the Retina Scottish International Photography Festival, Edinburgh.
Super cool Animal photos
Tim Flach's portrait of a Great Gray Owl, the bird's eyes are framed by its circular face—and thousands of gray, black and white feathers—lending it an air of majesty and also of menace. From WSJ Book Reviews.
Face-to-face with animal-kindLondon-based photographer Tim Flach takes the “wild” out of wildlife photography. In his new book, “More Than Human,” he captures animals wearing very human like expressions.
Almost Human: animal photography by Tim Flach
In 1963, American photographer Melvin Sokolsky shot a gorgeous series for Harper’s BAZAAR of a model inside a giant plexi-glass bubble all around Paris...
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1960's Fashion Photography | Melvin Sokolsky | Melvin Sokolsky, American photographer, is best known for his 1960's editoral fashion photos. His most memorable was a series entitled 'Bubbles' which appeared in Harper's Bazaar in 1963 and depicts fashion models floating in giant clear plastic bubbles over Paris
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Retro Photography: Featuring Models "Floating" in Plastic Bubbles American photographer Melvin Sokolsky shot these stunningly-surreal fashion photographs for Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 1963. The “Bubble Series” featured models in giant plastic bubbles, suspended above various locations (including the river Siene) in Paris. #RetroPhotography #bwphotography #fashionphotography #portraitphotography #models #modeling #modelstatus #retro #fashionblogger #fashionable #fashiondiaries #fashionshow #fashionblog #fashionstyle #fashion #fashionweek #retrofashion #celebrity #lovely #classy #instahair #makeup #hair #style #nails #tagsforlikes #likeforlikes #pictureoftheday
Wavy Field Just Won’t Stop Moving. Not only does this static picture seem to move as your eyes move across it, it also gives an impression the lines of rounded rectangles it is composed of are slanted. If you look closer, you’ll soon realise all of the rounded rects are lined up perfectly, both horizontally and vertically...
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Great tile or rug floor pattern.
Wavy Field Just Won't Stop Moving
Before Green Eggs: See The Advertising Work Of Dr. Seuss. Long before Sam went to extraordinary lengths to peddle discolored breakfast foods to obstinate citizens, Dr. Seuss made his living as an advertising illustrator--and in retrospect, his work is unmistakable. Seuss became the father of the modern day children’s stories not solely through his inventive lexicon molded into clever syntax and anapestic meter, but also through vivid imaginary worlds and the charming characters within them...
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Dr. Seuss, Art Director.
Advertising illustration by Dr Seuss when he was Mr Seuss. Holly Sugaer
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All is needs is Holly Sugar ad by Theodore Seuss Geisel aka Dr. Seuss
Holly Sugar vintage ad – Advertising Work Of Dr. Seuss
"Welcome to Pyongyang". How do you photograph one of the most secretive countries in the world? For Charlie Crane the answer was simple, photograph what they want you to see. If there is no possibility of getting underneath the surface then the answer was to photograph the surface itself. This series is taken from a larger body of work in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea.
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"Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Female Subjects" I found this post interesting because a) it would come in handy, but also b) the poses are SO recognizable they are cliché. (of course there are only so many ways to photograph a person, so that enters into it too)
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Photography poses for females
Ejemplo de pose para mejorar tus retratos
21 Sample Poses for Female Models
Posing Guide II | Digital Photography School
Photos of people being hit by huge gusts of air. "Blow Job" by Tadao Cern, via Behance
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Tadas Černiauskas's 'Blow Job' Photography Project
Photographer Tadao Cern has an awesome project titled, ahem, Blow Job that consists of portraits of people having their faces blown by extremely strong blasts of air.
25 Hilarious Pictures of People Being Blasted By Wind
Wind Tunnel Portraits... Can I PLEASE do this?! FB profile picture material.
Blow Job Blow Job by Lithuanian photographer and artist Tadao Cern. This is how you will look when a storm hits you right in the face. He’s taken 100 portraits so far.
TadaoCern's 'Blowjob' - Imgur lol
The inaugural Tokyo Hotaru festival was held last weekend. And kicking off the festivities were an impressive display of 100,000 LED lights – made to resemble hotaru (fireflies) – that floated down the Sumida River through central Tokyo. Dubbed “prayer stars,” the LEDs were provided by Panasonic, who claims that the balls, which were designed to light up upon contact with water, were 100% powered by solar energy.
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100 000 LED lights in the Sumida river...magical!
magine a glowing river lit up with the natural illumination of fireflies. The small insects flitting across the water reflecting upon it like a naturally created light show. This past weekend the Sumida River that runs through Tokyo, Japan was lit up by 100,000 LED lights for the Tokyo Hotaru Festival to commemorate the now scarce insects that used to bring the river to life. The balls of light which have been dubbed “Prayer Stars”. were provided by Panasonic. They are 100% solar powered and we
100000 LED lights on river on Sumida RIver
The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene. Modern digital cameras capture gobs of parsable metadata about photos such as the camera's settings, the location of the photo, the date, and time, but they don't output any information about the content of the photo. The Descriptive Camera only outputs the metadata about the content...
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The “Descriptive Camera” prints out a description of the photo you take, rather than an image itself by ITP student Matt Richardson.
"Descriptive Camera" prints a word picture of your photos
The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button to capture the scene. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene. Modern digital cameras capture gobs of parsable metadata about photos such as the camera’s settings, the location of the photo, the date, and time, but they don’t output any information about the content of the photo. The Descriptive Camera only outputs the metadata about the
One of the tried and true techniques to making normal photographs stand out is to use a tilt shift lens and “miniaturize” your subject matter. Brazilian photographer Valentino Fialdini decided to put a unique spin on this lens trick and make the miniature world look lifesize. Using his tilt shift lens, Valentino was able to increase the depth of field in these tiny Lego rooms to make them look like normal building interiors...
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LEGO Rooms Photographed to Look like Full-Sized Spaces
artist Valentino Fialdini - photo
Sometimes an artist creates something so beautifully simple that it takes your breath away…. literally. Artist Jason de Caires Taylor creates life-size cement sculptures of people and submerges them into the waters of South America. As time passes the sculptures become part of the underwater landscape and slowly become artificial reefs ripe with marine life. The process of experiencing artwork out of a traditional gallery and underwater is described with intimately vivid detail on his site...
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JASON DE CAIRES TAYLOR'S UNDERWATER SCULPTURE GARDEN A gallery of underwater art that can be visited by man and fish alike
Sculpture - modern art - Jason Decaires Taylor - Cancun Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico
Jason de Caires Taylor, English sculptor specializing in the creation of contemporary underwater sculptures which over time develop into coral reefs.
Under water statues: Vicissitudes by sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor - depth 5 m, Grenada, West Indies
Overview + Latest Works - Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor
Cool demonstration of how your eyes aren't steady... (even though you think they are) "For some reason the image won't stop moving... When I tell you its not even an animated GIF, how would you explain this? I’ve read somewhere on the web that it has something to do with your eyes’ microsaccades, the small, jerk-like, involuntary eye movements we all experience but usually don’t notice."
A instant headache image... it wont stop moving. It´s NOT a .gif, the image is really static.
Makes my eyes cross
Egyptian & Mayan-Aztec Calendars: Incredibly Sophisticated Earliest Works of Art. Regardless of what you think about Mayan Calendar concerning 2012, you have to admit their representation of time flow was simply stunning...
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I Bought All This Bread and Milk for Nothing? If you are a Southerner you know that if the weather man is calling for any kind of winter storm that it is your duty to rush to the store and buy as much bread and milk as humanly possible. It doesn’t matter if he’s predicting just a dusting of snow or a foot of… Read more »
Mayan Calendar. If you are in any way invested in current events, you should know that the world has been scheduled to end several times now. Yet, many still propose the year 2012 as the end of days. While many prophecies and factors play into this year being the apocalypse, one of the most salient reasons is that the ancient Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012.
The Biggest Mysteries Of Ancient History
Top Ten HealthCare Quotes of 2012
In 1930, Iowa artist Grant Wood painted American Gothic. The models he used for the painting were his sister Nan Wood Graham and his dentist, Byron McKeeby. Here they are next to the painting...