The duckt tape on the camper van reads “Just Divorced”.
Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category
A current fun side project I’m doing in my coffe breaks at work. I brought Detlef to work one day and one thing led to another. So now I present to you. The life of Detlef The Projekt Manager. Its a work in progress and more pictures to come.
Inspired by a project I did with Andreas originally, here.
A great photo set exploring the nature of consumption.
Love how sometimes banal details reveal more than the grandest statements.
“If we really are what we eat—then refrigerators are like windows into our souls. It’s that sentiment that’s at the heart of Mark Menjivar’s inventive exploration of hunger, “You Are What You Eat,” for which he photographed the contents of strangers’ refrigerators.”
From Good Magazine
Our neighbours from the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden have “posted” on their window two links: one for the official museum website, and another link to the Flickr group Show us your suburbia.
Show us your suburbia is a photographic competition. I really like the way they’re using Flickr to manage it.
A very nice and simple site for photographer Dag Knudsen. Made by technical gurus MixMaster and design by my buddy, mentor and Bruce Willis lookalike from Uni Karl Johan Palm. I am looking forward to working together with the MixMaster Guys over the next couple of weeks, and dip in to their vast knowledge on Adobe Air, Flex, AS3, Papervision and other exciting technologies!
Writing blog posts so you dont have to
I watcehd this video and then had a play with it. I was pretty blown away. I think it only works on PCs though, which is a shame. As you have to download a plugin to get it working. Since I work on a PC at the office (shame) I could play with it there. It’s still amazing just to watch the video. Someone at the office here was saying that this photosynth technology is possibly coming to Photoshop as a standard feature. Let’s hope so.
here is the link to the photosynth site:
OK so Exactitudes is awesome but this photo project is better. Cos it’s got dogs in it.
Balaktov (Mike Stimpson) is a very talented photographer, who have recriated some photography classics using LEGO® pieces.
As a LEGO® fan since… hummmm… a long time ago, I’ve really enjoyed this amazing selection of classics.