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Archive for November 2008

web200rigami

Nice set of Web 2.0 icons recreated in origami style. Designed by Paddy Donnelly

Bruce Lee playing ping pong with his nunchucks. Cool advertisement done for Nokia

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This set of illustrated Visual Movie Reviews by Danai Fuengshunut is just absolutely amazing. Love the reintepretation of the movie posters made into a short but concise movie review. Check out his other works on The Daily Danai too.

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rock-n-rolla

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“Air Lines is an art project showing worldwide airliner routes. Every single scheduled flight on any given day is reresented by a fine line from it’s point of origin to it’s port of destination. Thereby forming a net of thousands of lines. Hubs like JFK, FRA or DXB turn into dark knots where lines meet, lesser served local services are only are a subtle hint.”

Yes, literally air lines and if you really like this you can get a piece for $38.

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Creepy but fascinating illustration/artworks by Alexandros Vasmoulakis. The amazing thing about his works is that he paints anything from woodpieces to the entire sidewall of buildings.

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heroesandvillainsvol1

A new photobook featuring potraitures and biographies of some of the hottest contemporary artistes ranging from Shepard Fairey, Mark Ryden, Audrey Kawasaki, Ron English, David Choe, Saber, Gary Baseman, Kozyndan, Anders Nilsen and Karen Knighton. Photographed by photographers Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho and just released at A Paper Tiger. Oh, and by the way this is just Volume 1.


RSS Alfie Goodrich

  • Travel photography in Japan: lady in kimono shoots a photo at Asakusa temple August 7, 2017
    Travel photography in Japan: lady in kimono shoots a photo at Asakusa temple I shot one or two frames back in May on a day when I was out shooting with someone in town for a few days and taking … Continue reading → The post Travel photography in Japan: lady in kimono shoots a photo at Asakusa temple appeared first on Photographer in Tokyo, Japan.

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RSS Jeff Staple

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RSS The Hundreds

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