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Photography

Steven Brahms: The Survival Project, Evasion Studies

November 24, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Awesome, awesome, a thousand times awesome. Loving these images by NY photographer Steven Brahms. What you see above is just a smattering of his series The Survival Project that depicts people fleeing, hiding, evading, and fighting. Many more images on his site, and some of his work-in-progress over on similarprojects.com. (via beautiful decay)

 

 



Illustration Photography

Creepy Stuff from Celia Marais

November 24, 2010

Christopher Jobson

For her series titled Field Excursion artist Celia Marais constructed these other-worldly organisms out of actual meat and fish—I can almost see the slime dripping down my monitor. Some of the creepy crawly things were then modeled and animated for use on Amon Tobin’s web site (previously). Prints available via The Beholder.

 

 



History Photography

Seregey Larenkov: Berlin, Prague, Moscow 1945/2010

November 22, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov melds photos taken during World War II with photos he shoots himself from the same vantage point in locations around Berlin, Prague, Moscow and Vienna. The results are an extremely haunting juxtaposition of time and place. See full-size images via his blog. (via theo)

 

 



History Photography

My Parents Were Awesome Blog Becomes a Book

November 21, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Some recent submissions to My Parents Were Awesome, a great blog where people submit photos of their parents being awesome. Soon to be a book, My Parents Were Awesome: Before Fanny Packs and Minivans, They Were People Too.

 

 



Art Photography

Photographic Rearrangements from Lola Dupré

November 16, 2010

Christopher Jobson

New work from Lola Dupré. Lola physically reconstructs new images from existing photographs using nothing but scissors, glue and more patience than you can shake a stick at.