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Jen Brook: To write a Wong...

jenbrookmodel:

It was a bitterly cold Thursday with the start of the northern snow starting to fall. In a sub zero stockroom ironically unpacking 4 boxes of flip flops and beachwear, I was dreaming of a better place and pondering my not-so-rock-and-roll alternative lifestyle. Wrapped in four layers of extra body…


Mexique de Bernard Villaret, editions Silva, Zurich, 1962.

Mexique de Bernard Villaret, editions Silva, Zurich, 1962.

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Infrared Landscapes by Richard Mosse

Taken in the Eastern Congo, Richard’s candy-coated landscapes were created through a combination of an obsolete wooden field camera and a rare technique produced by Kodak Aerochrome, a product developed for military use in the detection of aerial bombing targets, but used stunningly here, drawing out the dark crimsons and blood-red corals of the hidden spectrum within. These pieces are currently showing at The Armory Show through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)

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staceythinx:

Just added to my bucket list: The Marble Caves of Patagonia, Chile.

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styleframesny:

Artist: Carlo De Agostini
Agency: CC-LAB
Client: SNOWBOMBING

Info from De Agostini: “Snowbombing is a popular week-long winter sports and music festival held annually in the spring at the Austrian ski resort of Mayrhofen. The British Channel 4 featured a music series showing the highlights from Snowbombing 2011 including performances from Mark Ronson and Fatboy Slim.

“I was asked by the agency to make an opening sequence that combined some live footage of the event and give them a more graphical look. I had only a day to make the style frames and choose the footage and 2 days for the final animation.”

(Source: styleframes.tv)

Tiger eyes

Tiger eyes

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photojojo:

Jan Wöllert and Jörg Miedza use everything from flash lights and bike lights to blinking LED lights for their light painting works! 

The art of light painting is a peculiar one behind the scenes, being that the majority of shooting is done in complete darkness, with only the occasional thread of light peeking through.  

Long Exposure Light Painting by Jan Wöllert and Jörg Miedza

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