Archive for ‘Photographie’

September 24, 2012

NAM for Harbor City Chocolate Trail

This is a really cool campaign that I found on Colossal, which I’ve been meaning to post.  According to Colossal:

First: everything in these photos, liquid typography included, is part of a single photograph, and if you don’t believe it just watch the video. This new series of ads was created by art/design collective NAM […] for the Harbour City Chocolate Trail, a charity project for the Hong Kong Blood Cancer Foundation. The series uses their signature method of suspending objects and people with strings and cables to create weightless environments that appear to be caught mid-explosion. See many more photos and behind the scenes videos of the project here.

 

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{Images via Colossal}

 

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September 14, 2012

Photo Love

Happy Friday! *muah!*

 

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August 27, 2012

Ben Heine: Pencil vs Camera

Woo, vacation day for me! Why? Because yesterday was my birthday and I just plain didn’t feel like working today. That’s what personal days are for, right? 🙂

Hope ya’ll had a great weekend and have a great Monday!

 

To start off your week, check out this cool series by Ben Heine called Pencil vs Camera. Hand drawings overlapping photographs to produce these amazing images. Why can’t I be this clever?

 

 

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{Images via Digital Photography School and more images here}

 

This series sorta reminds me of the travel souvenir photos series, too.

 

August 22, 2012

Dancers Among Us

Some beautiful photos from the “Dancers Among Us” series by Jordan Matter.

In his artist’s statement, Matter explains his inspiration for this series:

“[…] As I played with my son, I thought about creating photographs that would show the world as if through the fantastical eyes of a child. The people in the images would be alive and in the moment, celebrating all aspects and emotions of everyday life. […] Asking dancers to embody these ideals makes perfect sense. Dancers are storytellers. They’re trained to personify passionate moments, their bodies imbued with a stunning combination of artistry and athleticism. They create a fantasy world, offering us a deeper look into familiar settings. They bring to life what we feel but are unable to express physically. […]”

 

 

Times Square, NYC – Jeffrey Smith

 

 

Macys, NYC – Annmaria Mazzini

 

 

Sarasota, FL – Danielle Brown

 

 

Palisades Mall, NY – Aisha Mitchell

 

 

Madison, GA – Jacob Bush and Claire Stallman

 

 

Minetta Lane, NYC – Alex Wong

 

 

Ft Tryon Park, NYC – Adrienne Hayes

 

{Found via epundit. More photos here.}

 

These surreal and graceful movements in everyday situations reminds me also of the levitation photos by yowayowa.

 

August 15, 2012

Laurent Laveder: Moon Games

A really cool and clever photo series by Laurent Laveder called Moon Games.

 

Full Moon Gardening

 

Water the Moon

 

The Moon in a wheelbarrow

 

Pruning the Moon as a bush

 

Moon Experiences

 

What time is it?

 

How big is the Moon?

 

Like in a painting

 

A ladder to reach the Moon.

 

 

Moon Games

 

Pregnancy

 

A Crescent Moon for breakfast.’

 

Manon and Romane are capturing the Moon

 

Playing basketball with the Moon

 

 

Partial Lunar Eclipse

 

A bit of the Moon is missing

 

Paint the Moon

 

 

Full Moon

 

Sabine carry the Moon with her feet

 

 

{found via enpundit}