July 25, 2014
steviedacanay:

Spain x

steviedacanay:

Spain x

July 24, 2014

photographsonthebrain:

Find out how Alec Soth constructs his projects, why Trent Parke relies on old-fashioned Polaroids and hand-made books, and how forty-one other photographers experiment with new and old technologies, turn their photo-diaries into exhibitions, and attract audiences of millions via online platforms.

This book celebrates the creative processes of the modern photographic era, in which blogs and Instagram streams function alongside analog albums and contact sheets, and the traditional notebook takes the form of Polaroid studies, smartphone pictures, found photography, experimental image-making, and self-published photo-zines. Each photographer presents his or her sketchbook: several pages of images that convey his or her working methods and thought processes. These intimate, oneoff presentations are accompanied by engaging interviews that reveal how the simple act of pressing a shutter can capture and express a fully realized personal vision.

Photographers’ Sketchbooks, by Stephen McLaren (Author), Bryan Formhals (Author)

Design by Kmmmer & Herrman

December 9, 2014

July 24, 2014

lustik:

Hippopart - Rostan Tavasiev.

Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy

(via culturalrebel)

July 23, 2014

s-hayashi:

Tee trinken / Drinking Tea  - Lei Xue LINK

(via chlochloariadne)

July 21, 2014

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July 21, 2014

phil-irish-artist:

By copyrighting his property as an artwork, he has prevented oil companies from drilling on it.

Peter Von Tiesenhausen has developed artworks all over his property in northern Alberta.  There’s a boat woven from sticks that is gradually being reclaimed by the land; there is a fence that he adds to each year of his life, and there are many “watching” trees, with eyes scored into their bark.

Oil interests pester him continually about drilling on his land.  His repeated rebuffing of their advances lead them to move toward arbitration.  They made it very clear that he only owned the top 6 inches of soil, and they had rights to anything underneath.  He then, off the top of his head, threatened them that he would sue damages if they disturbed his 6 inches, for the entire property is an artwork.  Any disturbance would compromise the work, and he would sue.

Immediately after that meeting, he called a lawyer (who is also an art collector) and asked if his intuitive threat would actually hold legally.  The lawyer visited, saw the scope of the work on the property, and wrote a document protecting the artwork.

The oil companies have kept their distance ever since.

This is but one example of Peter’s ability to negotiate quickly on his feet, and to find solutions that defy expectations.

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July 21, 2014

(Source: somniaphobia, via how-fascinating)

July 16, 2014

bubblegum and curls.

(Source: sfrsfrsfr, via subspacebaby)

July 14, 2014

minusmanhattan:

7 Days of Garbage by Gregg Segal features Americans laying in a week’s worth of their own garbage.

July 13, 2014

thisfemaleform:

nevver:

Bang Sanghyeok

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