Over the past two years, Timur Zhansultanov has been recording a photo diary of sorts. But unlike others, Timur positions his camera at eye level while leaving his arms in the frame.
The visual effect leaves you feeling like you’re a part of the picture itself.
via Huff. Post Arts
In his gigantic body of work, Arno Rafael Minkkinen uses the human body in a truly ingenious way. Instead of the person being the center of focus, Arno cleverly aligns parts of the human body seamlessly with the rest of the picture.
Cy Twombly - Scenes from an Ideal Marriage (1986) - Acrylic and pencil on paper
Sydney based textile designer Joanna Fowles uses shibori and screenprinting to create beautiful, timeless work that I am oh so inspired by.
This image captures the movement, transparency and drape of her scarves. It also provides a view at all the different mark making techniques she…
1. Remote Futures (2012)
2. Dolorosa (2013)
3. Split the Lark (2013)
4. Shadow from the Flowering (2007)
5. Umbria from the Flowering (2007)
6. Apocalyptic Study No. 1 (2006)
7. Tree of Sorrows (2013)
The video documents a night in my Los Angeles neighborhood during a half-year stay in 2008. Monitoring gang activity, police helicopters circled the neighborhood on a regular basis. On a particularly noisy night, I went out to capture some sound. Within minutes, I heard gunshots. Over a black screen, Noir captures these gunshots and conversations with several residents and passers-by who try to make sense of what they heard and didn’t hear, saw and didn’t see. The video is either shown in a screening or as a monitor installation in an exhibition space.