Category Archives: Photography

Coast to Coast

Brooklyn-based designer Tom Harman took a three day train journey from New York City to San Francisco this September. Along the way, he took short videos using his iPhone. He edited the footage into a compelling under five minute video. … Continue reading

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Before The Flood

Sean Yoro, aka “Hula”, is a Hawaii-born, New York City-based artist who made waves last year with a series of photorealistic murals of women that he painted from his surfboard. His latest project, called “The Warning”, involves equally dramatic paintings … Continue reading

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It’s a Lonely Planet

Today, the premier issue of the new Lonely Planet magazine hits the newsstands in the United States. You may be saying to yourself: “but I’ve seen copies of the Lonely Planet magazine all over the world for years”—and you would … Continue reading

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Halloween House : Donating Memories

Lambertville, New Jersey resident Dolores Dragan works for months each year creating an otherworldly Halloween display in front of her beautiful Victorian house. Local photographer/videographer Bob Krist captured the ethereal installation in the wonderful little film below. I’m fortunate because I … Continue reading

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Every Kind of People

Brazilian writer Tiago Abreu and artist Linus Oura have created the People Are Equal project to confront the rampant bias, prejudice, and racial stereotyping that they see all over the world. Using Google’s auto-correct feature, they searched various nationalities and … Continue reading

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Just Desserts

Tal Spiegel is a Paris-based designer and pastry chef who scours the city’s patisseries for delectable eclairs and pastries to photograph and to torture everyone not in Paris with the Instagram account titled “Desserted in Paris”. images © Desserted in … Continue reading

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Mind Where You Walk

Last month we had a good look up at the gorgeous public sign art of Paris from the book Graphique de la Rue. Now we’re looking down through photographer Sebastian Erras’ lens. The German freelance photographer roams the streets of … Continue reading

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Iceland by air

Traveling around Iceland this summer, there were so many times that I wished I could helicopter-up and get a birds-eye view of my surroundings. Not owning a drone, I couldn’t do it. But Springfield, Missouri-based freelance photographer Colby Moore was … Continue reading

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Hemingway the Hoarder

Ernest Hemingway was one of the 20th century’s greatest writers, but he was also a big time hoarder. A new exhibition, “Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars”, at New York City’s grand Morgan Library and Museum is packed with examples of … Continue reading

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Urban Safari

The always cutting-edge French multimedia artist Julien Nonnon has created a marvelous new video-mapping street show in Paris. Called “Safari Urbain”, the pop-up projections of animals dressed as hipster poseurs is a wonderful, tongue in cheek commentary on both the … Continue reading

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