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Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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Joseba Elorza (Spain)
Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist
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Joseba Elorza (Spain)

Spanish illustrator and artist Joseba Elorza studied to become sound technician and later spent a couple of unfruitful years in art school. It was all this synesthesic hodgepodge where MiraRuido (Mira = look, see; Ruido = noise) sprang from. Today, the former sound thechnician makes a living with his unique digital collages, blended with humor, fantasy, sci-fi and surrealism. © All images courtesy of the artist

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itscolossal:

Animated Cinemagraphs of City Life and Nature by Julien Douvier
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Animated Cinemagraphs of City Life and Nature by Julien Douvier
itscolossal:

Animated Cinemagraphs of City Life and Nature by Julien Douvier
itscolossal:

Animated Cinemagraphs of City Life and Nature by Julien Douvier
itscolossal:

Animated Cinemagraphs of City Life and Nature by Julien Douvier
lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller
Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8
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Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller
Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8
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Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller
Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8
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Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller
Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8

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Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller

Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8

A collaboration between a photographer and write resulting in beautiful work.

lafilleblanc:

Gianni Caravaggio

Lo stupore è nuovo ogni giorno (Wonder is new every day), 2008

daniellefoushee

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"Breath" a brand new Animated gif by me. Why, because I like them. 

Cycles are coming back for me. This work is about moments remembered, time being stopped for this repeating memory. The present slowly changes what the memory originally was as we age and get further in time from that moment.

As I create these moments the people in them become more like representations of myself. Of moments I remember represented by other people. Who they are is unimportant. The value of the found imagery is the mood and story created by the people within the space. 

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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr
 Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris
Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist
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Artist on Tumblr

Sophie Photographe | on Tumblr (France) - Les Animaux dans les rues de Paris

Sophie is a French photographer working in Paris. Since 2010, Sophie sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation. The animal must find his place in space, the neighborhood, the street… A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… the images  are perfectly integrated into the detail of the urban environment. The city, architecture, and decor appear to the viewer along with the strange animal is distinguished… On the streets of Paris, Sophie works as “installation” ephemeral fusion between art and life. At the corner of an intersection, the art is meant to operate by surprise in everyday life. By altering the conditions of perception, awakening attention, the street becomes a decoration. And this moment of doubt the audience is part of the decor. Installations Sophie lead the public to question the process of contemplation in a particular non-formal context, and ephemeral. Sophie raises a fundamental question with humor: the place of animals in our society. Reposition their images in our daily lives is a militant act which suggests a little more to their condition of being alive. As if the animals came back to haunt our cities to see what we have made ​​these urban cities where we’ve driven them out…

Sophie’s Animals on the streets of Paris has been included as part of Centre Pompidou Hors pistes 2012 (ref. interview). © All images courtesy of the artist

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colour-as-experience:

Tom Waits by Anton Corbijn
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Tom Waits by Anton Corbijn
vale4ka:

Anton Corbijn - Tom Waits

vale4ka:

Anton Corbijn - Tom Waits

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I really like this art.

We are asked all summer to not use the words “I like this” or “I love this.” And it is for good reason. We need to be able to talk about why. But recently I have been re looking at art I like and love with the intent to enjoy. I am trying to regain perspective on my own work and see what I like. The first step is to admit that there is something I like with out thinking about why.

I like magical realism.
I like science and art that meet up.
I like references to age and youth.
I like bold color but I also like black and white perhaps I like contrast.
I like work that makes me chuckle.
I like it when something is pretty to look at.
I like to touch art.

I like these things. And I am not going to tell you why. For now.

lomographicsociety:

Fantastic Infrared Shots Taken with Efke Films
Get jaw-dropping infrared photos day in and out with Efke Infrared Films. See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1piZDK0

I <3 infra red lomographicsociety:

Fantastic Infrared Shots Taken with Efke Films
Get jaw-dropping infrared photos day in and out with Efke Infrared Films. See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1piZDK0

I <3 infra red lomographicsociety:

Fantastic Infrared Shots Taken with Efke Films
Get jaw-dropping infrared photos day in and out with Efke Infrared Films. See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1piZDK0

I <3 infra red lomographicsociety:

Fantastic Infrared Shots Taken with Efke Films
Get jaw-dropping infrared photos day in and out with Efke Infrared Films. See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1piZDK0

I <3 infra red

lomographicsociety:

Fantastic Infrared Shots Taken with Efke Films

Get jaw-dropping infrared photos day in and out with Efke Infrared Films. See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1piZDK0

I <3 infra red

Red Yarn on a Thursday night (at Mississippi Pizza Pub)

Fresh art