Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bill Travis

Bill Travis is an interesting photographer I found who deals with the male nude using photo transfers on gilt boards and mixed media in his work. Originally trained as a medievalist, his work often uses the icon which was common … Continue reading

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Blood Wallpaper

A thank you to Therese Buchmiller who suggested I look at artist Laura Splan. I have added two of her bodies of work. The first three images deal with her blood wallpaper piece titled Wallpaper/Samples. Wallpaper/Samples Info: 2003 blood on … Continue reading

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Flavor Paper

Flavor Paper is based in Brooklyn. They make handmade, screen-printed wallpapers. I could not be more in love. Check them out at their web site:

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The New Yorker : In Focus : Masks

Being that Halloween is tomorrow, thought I might post a holiday-related post. The New Yorker posted a small slideshow of photos of masks. The initial photo (posted above) of Tierney Gearon’s “Untitled” from “The Mother Project”, published in “Daddy, Where … Continue reading

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Small Worlds- The Big Picture

Ok, seriously, you have to check this out. photographs through a light microscope = awesomeness

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The future called…

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The 600 Years

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Kayne West Runaway Full length film

VIDEO Around minute 16 the ballet dancers are pretty amazing.

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Ansel Adams : Street Photographer?

Back to back posts from me! Sorry, I spend too much time on the computer. I just came across Ansel Adams’ work in street photography. Check it out! (click to view the photographs at full screen)

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For those of you who love Bill Murray & Wes Anderson films…

Painting by Casey Weldon

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