The fascinating SUR-FAKE series by Antoine Geiger shows faces sucked by smartphones and screens. Wow.
I love Instagram as it is but this account is a complete treasure trove. It’s run by the NYC Department of Records collecting and preserving the history of NYC. Everyday is #ThrowbackThursday
This Instagram Photo needs a caption. I am weirdly intrigued.
British photographer Alan Powdrill’s photo series features portraits of heavily tattooed people who normally cover their whole bodies.
In his project titled REMOVED, Photographer Eric Pickersgrill removed personal devices from images. As someone who didn’t grow up with these magical devices, these photographs hit home.
All of the photos taken during the Apollo missions are up on Flickr in high-res. Thanks for the find, Jason.
These photographs of ships from above by Dirk Broemmel have me completely mesmerized.
(via recent raddness / via Fubiz)
Michael Dyrland’s Hazmat Surfing Photo Series imagines what life might be like twenty or twenty-five years into the future, when our waters become so poisoned that we might only enter them in full biohazard gear. Yikes.
These photographs of famous European theater auditoriums taken from the stage are breathtaking. Hat tip to Klaus Frahm, the photographer.
Roland Fischer’s up-close photos of buildings around the globe are making my graphic designer heart sing!
Format just launched a beautiful new film series called InFrame in collaboration with crazy talented Bas Berkhout. The first film of the series (above) offers a beautiful glimpse into the life of Brooklyn based photographer Jessica Lehrman.
Makes me so happy when good people collaborate. Check out InFrame.
This rainbow photograph by Sarah Illenberger made me chuckle. Would make for a good wall piece in any kitchen…
Pizza in the wild by Los Angeles based photographer Jonpaul Douglass. Made me smile.
This photo series by fellow Swiss Clarina Bezzola is hitting a cord with me. It’s titled Not seeing the World and depicts an individual who is constantly absorbed in the dialogues with her inner voices and misses the beautiful world around.
This won the internet today.
Kodak has prioritized its patent portfolio and the Eastman Business Park since it declared bankruptcy in 2012. Despite some success, the company might never live up to the legacy of its own past. After the Kodak Moment.
Made me look: Cars and Bodies by photographer Yann Rabanier, architect Thomas Cestia and videographer/director Romain Dussaulx.
Photographer Angela Kelly beautifully documents bubbles her son blows in freezing temperatures. Stunning.
Stunning photography of dancers by Jeffrey Vanhoutte.
Stunning macro snowflake photographs by Buffalo based photographer Douglas Levere. (You can buy them as a print!)
Photography that made me look by Jean Baptiste Courtier, titled ‘Escrime’ (‘Fencing’). Excellent find via IGNANT.
Legacybox is just what the doctor ordered: I have boxes of non-digitized photos and dozens of old VHS tapes that I have been meaning to convert to digital. Legacybox is a mail-in services that will digitize everything for you. Anyone tried this yet? Or a similar service?