Data + Design Project

The Mysterious Life of the Double Faced Girl

Monday 09.30.2013 , Posted by

Sebastian Bieniek Double Faced Girl 1

It’s a simple trick, but one that could leave you a little confused, intrigued and even a bit disturbed. Berlin-based artist Sebastian Bieniek has been working on a series of photographs called Doublefaced, capturing the daily life of a two faced girl. [Read more...]

Share:

Ridiculous Portraits from the National Beard & Mustache Championships by Greg Anderson

Thursday 09.26.2013 , Posted by

National Beard & Mustache Championships by Greg Anderson 1

Think you’ve got facial hair? Nope. I thought I had a mustache until I saw these absolutely ridiculous portraits from the 4th Annual National Beard and Mustache Championships in New Orleans. There are up-do’s, out-do’s, loop-d-loops… well, I don’t know what to call them. It’s basically face-based sculpture, it’s bizarre and wacky. We’re thankful Las Vegas-based photographer Greg Anderson was there to capture the majesty of these growing works of art. [Read more...]

Share:

Photo Series of Lost Astronauts Discovering Earth

Wednesday 09.25.2013 , Posted by

VNPeacebridgeinspacesm

A collaborative photo series of lost astronauts bizarrely navigating earth emerged organically last week in Calgary, Alberta. An organization called Beakerhead had the suit flown in for a week-long event series, and photographers Neil Zeller and Kelly Hofer capitalized on the opportunity to take some stunning photos.  [Read more...]

Share:
Advertisement

The Street Collective: A Beautiful eBook of Inspiring & Enlightening Interviews from Photographers

Tuesday 09.24.2013 , Posted by

PhotoWhoa Street Collective 1

What separates the award winning photographers from the wannabes? What is that special spark that makes the work of some inspire, while the work of others simply amuse? As professionals will tell you, it’s not always the things you’d expect; ranging from finding the right emotional cool behind the lens, to knowing how to best use natural light at a moments notice. Good thing PhotoWhoa recently released their second free eBook titled The Street Collective Vol. 1. [Read more...]

Share:

Straight Off The Runway: Fashionable Aerial Photography

Monday 09.23.2013 , Posted by

http://www.josephford.net

“Surreal” is the look of the season with Joseph Ford’s aerial and fashion photography mash-ups. Calling Brighton home but collecting images from his worldwide travels, Ford sews birds’-eye views with editorial close-ups to create harmonious, yet uncanny, compositions.  [Read more...]

Share:
Advertisement

Heavenly Bodies: Bejeweled Roman Skeletons from Europe

Saturday 09.21.2013 , Posted by

Heavenly Bodies 4

It’s a case of mistaken identity, but one that has bizarrely left skeletons across Europe adorned with masses of ornate jewels and gold. These macabre skeletons are part of a group taken from Roman catacombs in the seventeenth century and completely decorated with jewels by teams of nuns, mostly from German-speaking lands. Why go to such great lengths for the dead of another country? These dead, known as ‘the catacomb saints,’ were often mistakenly identified as early christian martyrs put to death by the Romans. [Read more...]

Share:

Make Like a Tree and Leaf! The Tree People by Marko Prelic

Thursday 09.19.2013 , Posted by

Tree People 8

I couldn’t help the cheap joke in the title, but these Photoshopped images from serbian photographer Marko Prelic are truly tasteful… if not a bit whimsical too. In each, we see a normal human figure, photographed in black and white, complete with a tree for their head. This unusual vision could have a number of symbolically tree-based meanings. [Read more...]

Share:

How Creatives Work: Reinvigorating Analog Processes with Nick Brandreth

Wednesday 09.18.2013 , Posted by

Car_field_Scottsville

Nick Brandreth is unusual in today’s Great Recession professional environment. He gave up a lucrative career in the world of New York City advertising photography in order to follow his passion for art. He came up to the George Eastman House (the foremost museum on the history of photography) in Rochester New York, home of the once-prosperous Kodak Corporation and the world-renowned photography school at Rochester Institute of Technology, which he had previously attended. Here, he apprenticed with Mark Osterman, Process Historian at the Eastman House, in order to learn about alternative and historical methods of creating photographs. He gave up shooting digital in order to try to reinvigorate analog processes which have all but disappeared. Now he teaches at the Eastman House and will be trying to finance his new project through Kickstarter. It consists of photographing areas that would be affected by fracking and natural gas drilling in Upstate and Western New York in order to bring attention to the issue, using the alternative methods of photography he has taken as his medium. [Read more...]

Share:
Advertisement

New York Crime Photos – Superimposing Then and Now (Warning: Graphic)

Monday 09.16.2013 , Posted by

Marc Hermann New York Crime Photos Superimposed 7

Alongside all the glitz and glamour, New York has always had a grim and grisly side. Mark Hermann, photographer and historian for the New York Press Photographers Association, has stitched together imagery collected from the New York Daily News archive, showing crime photos from the not-so-distant past, superimposed on the sanitized New York of today. Be warned – his film-noir-esq images are not for the faint of heart. [Read more...]

Share:

Finding the Ocean Inside of a Giant Opal

Saturday 09.14.2013 , Posted by

gem 0

Opal is a unique gem that is found primarily in Australia. The national gemstone of the country, opal is a hydrated amorphous form of silica. The water content of an opal can range from 3% to 21% and is commonly found alongside limonate, sandstone, marl, rhyolite and basalt. [Read more...]

Share:
Page 9 of 56567891011121314