LadyBird

•June 19, 2009 • Leave a Comment

pupi_LadyBird

Image created in Cinema 4D by Peter Fendrik aka pupii.  Check out a recent post at 3dblur for more C4D images.

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サーフィンをしてる

•June 10, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Long Beach Islandsurf’s up

Architecture by Taryn Christoff + Martin Finio

Mauvelicious

•May 5, 2009 • Leave a Comment

bersa_miucciaprada

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Ms. Muse

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•April 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

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l o l i t a

tell me a story

•April 23, 2009 • Leave a Comment

“take me to places i’ve never been before.
introduce me to people i’ve never met.
make me experience something i’ve never felt.
make me feel like a heroine”

curlytops_tell-me-a-story“then i’ll take your photograph
in exchange for your service.”

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•April 22, 2009 • Leave a Comment

GrinCreative is one of Australia’s most respected design houses.  With studios based in both Melbourne and Sydney, Grin Studios has worked with clients in London, New York and Dubai.

The simple graphic design of their offices suggests strength in their ability to create blooming brand identities.

“The Naked Eye”, 1956 Academy Award winner history of photography

•April 21, 2009 • Leave a Comment
The online clip is about 9 minutes long, the full length film is 70 minutes. Available on DVD from the gallery. Definitely a slice of its time, bombastic as a vintage wildlife explorer film, it has as a interesting “day in the life” bit on Weegee and Edward Weston, as well as a history of photography. Won an Academy Award to boot.
If you’re in San Diego, the Museum of Photographic Arts is presenting a show on the film’s director, Lou Stoumen, through May 17. Stoumen endowed the Museum for an award in his name, the $40,000 Stoumen Prize. This year’s winner is Mikhael Subotzky. Subotzky has done a lot of work on South African prisons.

“The online clip is about 9 minutes long, the full length film is 70 minutes. Available on DVD from the gallery. Definitely a slice of its time, bombastic as a vintage wildlife explorer film, it has as a interesting “day in the life” bit on Weegee and Edward Weston, as well as a history of photography. Won an Academy Award to boot.”

“If you’re in San Diego, the Museum of Photographic Arts is presenting a show on the film’s director, Lou Stoumen, through May 17. Stoumen endowed the Museum for an award in his name, the $40,000 Stoumen Prize. This year’s winner is Mikhael Subotzky. Subotzky has done a lot of work on South African prisons.”