Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Cent by Non-Format

October 23, 2008


Endless Endless

Cent Magazine

Fashion story
Photography by
Jake Walters
Art direction by Non-Format
Fashion editor:
Chloe Beeney
Lok Lau
Make up:
Liz Daxauer
Models: Kate Ellery at Select and Johan at Premier


via greyscalegorilla

Illegal stuff / schtock

October 6, 2008

Amazing collages!


Georges Rousse & the Durham Project

October 3, 2008

Although french artist Georges Rousse is a photographer, his work contains a lot of painting. His works are photographs of paintings done on buildings which are made to look like overlays of colour. From the single point perspective of rousse’s camera, his paintings are made to appear 2-dimensional. In reality you would see that the paintings are strategically done in 3 dimensions. This illusion is what makes rousse’s work so intriguing. His ‘durham’ project is currently the subject of the documentary “bending space”, a fitting tile to describe rousse’s work.

Georges Rousse

via designboom (+ text)


October 2, 2008

Mezzetty was established in 1999 by Martin Donnelly. Mezza V4 showcases simple Photography combined with Graphik Design and Typography.


Levi Van Veluw – Ballpoints

August 14, 2008

Levi van Veluw´s photo series are all self-portraits, drawn and photographed by himself: a one-man-process. His works constitute elemental transfers – modifying the face as object – combining it with other stylistic elements to create a third visual object with a large visual impact. The work you see therefore is not a portrait, but an information-rich image of colour, form, texture, and content.
The image contains the history of a short creative process, with the artist shifting between the entities of subject and object. Giving familiar elements such as a ballpoint-line a new context results in a confusing conflict between the objects normal associations and the new values given it in this new context. The author and object of these elemental transfers , Levi van Veluw explains his method:
“I sit in front of a mirror with several objects and ideas. That day, the process takes shape, and slowly I create a new object I find interesting.”

Levi Van Veluw

Jonathan Lewis – WalmArt

July 13, 2008

Jonathan Lewis