Photography

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Design Photography

Arch1 iPhone Case

January 23, 2011

Christopher Jobson

A great case with photography by Kristopher Grunert available at Society6. (via mocoloco)

 

 



Photography

Su-Hyung Han

January 20, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Really love the use of color in these photos by photographer Su-Hyung Han based out of Cologne, Germany. (via designspiration)

 

 



Photography

Life Through a Marble

January 20, 2011

Christopher Jobson

This last August before a trip to Alaska a 16-year-old from New Jersey who goes by the Flickr name Cabe26 decided he wanted to pick up photography. The tiny worlds above, flipped, magnified and skewed through tiny glass marbles are among his very first photographs. Here’s a quote from an interview with Short List:

“I realised I could innovate the idea using a much smaller piece of glass and using new techniques, strategies and compostions,” he explained. “I realised I had hit on something when I took the first picture. Before even processing it I realised the idea worked out perfectly. The focus was superb, the composition was right on, and it was eye-catching.”

Cabe26, please don’t ever put that camera down. (via short list)

 

 



Design Illustration Photography

Tommy Cinquegrano

January 19, 2011

Christopher Jobson

New prints by NYC designer Tommy Cinquegrano. The top print Warehouse #1 is available now and looks like it will sell out by days end. The other two are available soon, though he has many more great prints in his shop. (via omg posters)

 

 



Photography

Waaaaaaaaaves!

January 19, 2011

Christopher Jobson

So over the last two weeks I sorted through a couple thousand images of waves. All photos are linked to their sources. I think this is my subconscious telling me I need a vacation.

Update: Just added one more to the end. Cheers.

 

 



Art Photography

Yang Yongliang

January 15, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Chinese photographer Yang Yongliang is mostly known for his photographic recreation of Chinese Shanshui paintings, however it was this installation entitled Cigarette Ash Landscape that really got my attention. (via the very fine 500 Photographers)

 

 



Photography

Josh Sommers: Stereographic Projections

January 13, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Generally when I encounter stereographic photos they all tend to look the same to me, or it seems like an overused effect applied at will to any image simply to make it “cool”. I genuinely feel that way about tilt-shift photos lately. However when I saw Josh Sommer‘s work today I knew immediately this was something different, something better. There’s a crispness and intensity to these photos, in that they appear to have been planned from the beginning instead of having an effect slapped on afterward. Much, much more over on his Flickr, including some stereographic animations and equirectangular panoramas. (via design boom)