June 30, 2009

the entrance

June 29, 2009

Through The Eyes Of The Astronauts

Full size here.

Full size here.

I really recommend you view these at actual size, amazing.

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Jolijn Snijders

Photograghs by Jolijn Snijders.

Stephen Tamiesie

Photos by Stephen Tamiesie. These are also quite geometric.

June 28, 2009

Haha....This Is Awesome

American Beauty, I Have You Now, Cold and heat.. Lego photos by Balakov.

like cool

Ben Thomas

The City Shrinker series is the latest project for photographer Ben Thomas. Ben is constantly experimenting with the imperfections in various styles of photography to change peoples perception, presenting the world in a whole different way. His current focus is on giving the impression of a diorama to his work. Having absolute control over depth of field and color through Photoshop is essential to take what was once large and shrink it down to model size.

June 26, 2009

RIP MJ - Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough

If you grew up in the 80’s, you have to respect how huge this man was during the height of the album that eventually went on to sell more than 50 million albums. Yes, he was popular in the 90’s and also as a child star and member of the , but in the 80’s he reached a level of celebrity the Jonas Brothers will never touch. It is a sad day not only because he passed away at the age of 50 but that his life has been a joke for more than two decades. In honor and remembrance of the guy who gave us all chills when he did the moonwalk on national tv for the first time, turn up the speakers.off-the-wall

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June 25, 2009

Amanda Lim

Amanda Lim is a Sydney based photographer who definitely has a portfolio worth bookmarking.

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June 24, 2009

Anna Morosini

Photos by Anna Morosini.

June 23, 2009


Very favorite for splendid work and the rich person gallery of Turned pink Hardy. Images full with direction and especially a strange atmosphere, between the ultra-symbolism and fairy tales. Several examples to be discovered in the continuation.

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June 22, 2009

Mathew Scott

Mathew Scott is an American photographer who sheds light on the paradoxical tensions existing just under the surface of everyday life. His photographs show two America’s… a rural and an urban one. In the end, they each exist because of the other, as a struggle of dualities… Yin. Yang.