Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Beasts of Burden

January 7, 2011

Beasts of Burden photo project by Canadian photographer Jamie Campbell.

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December 31, 2010

YOU is an initiative by Dutch photographer Hans Hiltermann. It consists of an ever-growing collection of individual portraits of everyday people, each and everyone with their own experience and visions of life. YOU is about the way we look at other people. YOU is about you.

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December 22, 2010

Gorelovka” is a photographic reportage by Russian philologist and photographer Olya Ivanova. The photographer’s comment: “Gorelovka is small village in the middle of taiga in 800 km from Novosibirsk. This place is hard to find even in the Google Map. That’s why it is the best place to escape and hide.”

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Heygate Abstracted

December 13, 2010

“635 x 508 Heygate Abstracted” is a photo project by London based photographer Simon Kennedy. The Heygate Estate in South London was completed in 1974. Now it stands empty and awaiting demolition.

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Summer solstice in Iceland

November 29, 2010

Summer solstice in Iceland” is the photographic result of a six day trip around Iceland by graphic designer Þorleifur Gunnar Gíslason.

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November 15, 2010

“Yangtze, The Long River” is a photo project by Tel Aviv born photographer Nadav Kander.







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November 3, 2010

“Waterscapes” photo set by Budapest based Hungarian photographer Akos Major.

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October 21, 2010

Fog” photoset by Russian Flickr and Behance member garmonique.

Viajeros de Tornos by Ibán Ramón

September 30, 2010

For his photo project “Viajeros de Tornos” Spanish designer Ibán Ramón (Estudio Ibán Ramón) portrays travellers that visit the Sistema Ibérico and Gallocanta lake that is situated in the province of Teruel.

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September 28, 2010

life.turns. is an animated film project by photo sharing service blipfoto and thousands of photographers around the world. The film is based around eight simple figures of human walking. The uploaded images were checked, sorted and assembled into a sequence. The result is an unique film, made collectively by thousands of individuals.

Music: “Turn” by Travis

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