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Photography

Todd McLellan: Deconstructed

February 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

It seems like just last week I posted the deconstructed objects of Adam Vorhees, and now here’s the work of Todd McClellan who carefully dissects, organizes, and photographs the nostalgic objects of yesterday. Don’t miss the time-lapse video on his site. (via lustik, flavorwire)

 

 



Design Photography

Infographics in Context

February 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

As part of a degree project for the Danish Design School, graphic designer Peter Ørntoft turned people and physical spaces into into contextual infographics.

The project deals with data from a list of the social related interests of the Danish people. The list is the result of an opinion poll from a major consultancy company in Denmark. I have used the context of specific opinion polls within each interest to shape and design diagrams. By doing so the receiver understands more layers of information about the data.

What a great and extremely successful solution. (via laughing squid)

 

 



Photography

Anthony Goicolea

February 8, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Digitally composed images by photographer Anthony Goicolea. (via 500 photographers)

 

 



Photography

Window Seats by Matt Low

February 6, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Brooklyn-based photographer Matt Low has captured some great shots of people gazing out of airplane windows. (via behance)

 

 



Design Photography

Jack Crossing

February 5, 2011

Christopher Jobson

My dad has a phrase for this kind of graphic design. That phrase is “hot sh*t.” The graphic design of London-based Jack Crossing. And his Flickr. (via bodega)

 

 



Art Photography

Photocopied Walls

February 5, 2011

Christopher Jobson

An installation by Andrea Mastrovito using 3,307 individual black and white photocopies that were pieced together to create the view outside the gallery walls. Incredible. (thnx, chelsea!)

 

 



Design Photography

Film Lamp by Davide Groppi

February 3, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Love the concept of this modular LED film light by Davide Groppi. Each individual unit containing 10 slides can be attached to another for a potentially unlimited stream of photos or colors. (via mocoloco)