Posts tagged "photo of the week"
One-off eccentricity is the name of the couture game, and the Fall 2012 collections were crammed with unusual details and cranial accents. Margiela employed crystal emblazoned masks, producing the otherworldly quality of this week's Snapshot image.
Check out this insane shot from a series of photos from the 1970's of low flying airplanes over East Boston. Unreal!
We're brightening up a sluggish Monday with the one and only, Mr. Johnny Depp. Ouuwee!
Check this one out! In the summer of 1971, the Rolling Stones leased a home on the south of France often refereed to as Villa Nellcote.
I stumbled upon this great photo of a young self taught photographer from Australia, and thought I would share it with you. Check out Dakota Gordon!
I first came across photographer Alex Prager‘s work in a copy of W Magazine a few months ago. The film still quality reminds me of Cindy Sherman’s work – while the overexaggerated scenes of every day life reminds me of how Gregory Crewdson stages his work. I also am obsessed with her use of color!...
J Bennett Fitts sought to photograph abandoned pools throughout the US for his series "No Lifeguard on Duty." Yes there is a post apocalyptic quality to the shots, but what really grabs my attention is the juxtaposition of these rotting, decayed structures in what once was, or otherwise is, a scene of leisure.
We like Central Saint Martins graduate Harley Weir for Weir engaging her audience with images that are somehow both hyper realistic and dreamy at the same time.
Andrea once stated in an interview "the greatest merit of photography is also its greatest weakness: a fraction of a second is enough to capture an image."
Every year, residents of India celebrate the arrival of spring with Holi, the Festival of Colors. People spend the day throwing colored powder on each other, dancing in sprinklers, and having parties. This week’s photo is from the celebrations that took place in India earlier this month.
The New York Times recently launched a Tumblr titled The Lively Morgue as a space to revisit iconic images from its well-developed archives. This is a must-see collection, so get started with this photo from 1974.
Check out Richard Mosse, who creates gorgeous images creatively done with the use of color infrared film - all images are shot in the Congo.
This week's photo is from an inspiring Brooklyn-based photographer, Ryan Pfluger.