We love the creations of Telmo Miel, the street art duo of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, whose colourful and poetic work mixes images of children and animals into surreal urban compositions. Awesome stuff! 🙂
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A collaboration between Docubyte and INK which revisits all the data monsters that populated the early days of the computer industry, Guide to Computing is a minimalist series of digitally restored photographs honouring the vintage computers of yesteryear and their unexpected beauty. Awesome stuff! 🙂
We love these awesome photos of the iconic 1950s Greek cafés & milk bars of Australia that brought ‘exotic’ food and art deco glamour to our suburbs and country towns. Since the 1930s, Greek families had opened cafés & milk bars across Australia at all hours, seven days a week with some having American names like The Niagara, Astoria and The Paragon and decorated in glamorous art deco style while serving coffee, milkshakes, fancy sundaes, steak and eggs with chips. For hundreds of images and stories, check out the website for the new book Greek Cafés & Milk Bars of Australia, which documentary photographer Effy Alexakis and historian Leonard Janiszewski have spent 30 years researching, and as it turns out, were uniquely Australian. Just another reason to love this country! 🙂
We love this selection of architectural photographs by artist Dennis Ramos who captures the clean lines, geometric shapes and lights of an urban environment in dark imagery that plays with powerful contrasts. For more of Dennis’ amazing work, check out his Instagram account – it’s sensational stuff! Happy Friday, everyone 🙂
We love the work of photographer and graphic designer Tomba Lobos who has created an interesting set of portraits, disfiguring his models with a clever mix of flesh coloured play dough and digital retouching. A slightly unsettling yet original and unique series that explores the boundaries of classic photography and basic sculpting and digital versus analogue image manipulation.
Photographer Adrienne Salinger has documented the bedrooms of American teenagers in the 1990s, asking teens to pose surrounded by their personal possessions revealing the styles and trends that epitomised the era. Looking all too familiar really… 😉
Entitled ‘The Beauty is Inside’, American photographer Marc Lamey features a colourful and real insect coming out of the mouth of each model, combining macro photography and fashion photography, in striking compositions that explore the concept of inner beauty. Fantastic work! 🙂
Things Organized Neatly is a mesmerising series of photographs dedicated to the art of arranging and all the artists who enjoy creating perfect arrangements with everyday objects, true sources of visual satisfaction. Created by Austin Radcliffe as a Tumblr project before becoming a book, Things Organized Neatly: The Art of Arranging the Everyday is currently available for purchase from Amazon. These images feed into the hint of OCD within us all – a need to create order and simplicity from an otherwise complicated and messy world.
We love this selection of analogue photomontages by artist Thomas Barbèy who creates a surreal world without any form of digital editing, manipulation or retouching. Using photographs taken throughout the past 20 years, Thomas Barbèy skillfully combines the negatives of his images before enlarging them in a darkroom. Very impressive work! 🙂