Saturday, February 11, 2012

Francesco Franchi

Francesco Franchi is one of the most talented people in visual journalism. Watch the video and you will see what this guy can do.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Photo Art Of Leslie Ann O’Dell


Google doodle by Mike Dutton

Last Feb 7, Google celebrated Charles Dickens 200th birthday with its Google Doodle. Mike Dutton made a really nice one. When i checked his blog i was even more engaged with his wide range of works and styles. Check him out here.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Laura Lain fashion Illustrations

John & John Crisps Packaging

I am one of those people who buy products because it is very well packaged and designed. Just look at these chips, they look nothing like the usual packaging you see of this kind, rather it's more typographically designed which makes it really interesting!

Friday, November 25, 2011

Gabriel Lumazark Illustrations

Lovin the works of Sao Paulo based illustrator Gabriel Lumazark. 

Aerochrome photographs of Richard Mosse

 The actual situation that I discovered in Congo became folded into the initial idea, and I began to find ways to interpret what I encountered on my journey through this conceptual, logistical, and technical precariousness. Over time, these failures became synthesized into a kind of epiphany. I had privately reached a kind of messianic state where I could no longer perceive the absurdity of my task. So the research and theory adhere to, and become ramified by, an initial driving intuition.
Richard Mosse


This Aerochrome infrared film was developed by the US military in the 1940s to detect camouflage and to reveal part of the spectrum of light the human eye cannot see. But where this technology was invented to detect enemy positions in the underbrush, Mosse uses it to make us call into question pictures we thought we understood.