Thursday, 29 September 2011

It's just beautiful.



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Sunday, 25 September 2011

A World Captured by the camera : Sid Black.






I very much adore photo diaries, they show a beautiful collection of photo's, digital or not, and memories are best stored and shared in photo form. Film Camera's are beautiful, and the film photo's are beautiful, especially if they are captured well, and this photographer, has become the Master of Film, his photo's are incredibly dreamy, film photo's never looked so good. When ever I view his photo stream I feel like he has travelled everywhere and his photo's are an insight on all his adventures, and I am made to feel like I am seeing all he has saw. None of his work is specific like, portraits, buildings or sunsets, he captures everything, everything looks amazing, and it makes you feel like the color's will seep of the photo. Also, it's just how Sid captures everything that he sees and then photographs it so well.I really adore how he has captured colour's and flares, many photographer's I've looked at, blogged about have been amazing but Sid, has a real rare talent for photography, he is so in balance with his camera. Light, tones, flares, angles have never been captured so beautifully, and all of his photo's look so cinematic, like every shot is a still from a beautiful film. I love of all Sid's photo's.

To View More Of Sid's photo's : http://www.flickr.com/photos/sid_black/

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A world captured by the camera : James Mollison.








James Mollison is Kenyan born artist who grew up in England. His new work, entitled Where Children Sleep, is an introspective look at the lives and culture of children from around the world as told through a series of portraits of each child and a photograph of their bedroom. The artist says: ‘I found myself thinking about my bedroom, how significant it was during my childhood, and how it reflected what I had and who I was’. I personally love this idea, it's brilliant, and I think that it is a brillant idea for a collection of photographs. I absoulety love this idea!

To view the other children :
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/photography/8063624/Where-children-sleep.html?image=1

D.

Saturday, 24 September 2011

I love my watches, like a dog loves a bone.




I am in love with Swatch's eye watch collection, it is stunning. I want to buy all of them, they are awesome and beyond, it's so cool, my personal style has been improved. Eyes, I have an obsession with eyes, if they look nice like deep green with orange flecks or really dark or really light blue eyes, they are just so pretty. Famed British fashion photographer Rankin has created eight new watches in the classic Gent Original format to enrich the SWATCH & ART COLLECTION.


http://eu-shop.swatch.com/gb/en/SubMenus/Watches/Art/Rankin-844.html

Friday, 23 September 2011

Thursday, 22 September 2011

The Thoughts Of The Young.

I'm tired. I'm bored. I'm fed up. I don't care. I never cared. I'm a tad bit sleepy. I like photo's. Imagine if i could fly, and like have my own pair of wings. I better pass Art. I need a coffee.

The Power of the pen & the pencil : Violeta Hernández.






One thing you have to admire about Hernandez is how she capture’s the detail, the detail is not all there but what she capture’s of it, really gives the object character, and in a funny sort of way the simplicity is wonderful. I really adore the strong use of color, how deep the colours are, espically how eye's are not ever visible, normally some people think the eyes are the window into the soul, but these illustrations don't have eyes, but they have much more.


D.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

A world captured by the camera: Hannah Davis.





Pictures are important. Pictures hold memories, stories, personal experience's. Some photo's are just so amazing, that you wish that you had captured them. This photographer, is just incredible with her camera, all her photo's are breathtaking, the photo's have such life and subtle beauty, when I view Davis's photo's I find it hard to take my eyes of the photo's, in a weird way it is surreal, I like photographer's that capture clean photo's that just capture the moment and then add their own magical creativity to it. I like sunset's, they look beautiful, I adore Davis's sunset's they are just so amazing, anyone can take pictures of sunset's it's not hard, but what is, is to capture the sunset and then soak it with your personal creativity and magic. I just have fallen for her photo's, the way she capture's light in her photo's are just make me go whoa, especially the colours they are just so strong, take a look :

Take a look at Hannah's photo stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannahdavis/

If you want to purchase any of her photo's visit : www.wolfandmoon.bigcartel.com

Tim Walker.



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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

The Works Of: Matja Tani.

Matja Tani is a Slovenian photographer known for pioneering the concept of 3D in fashion photography. I personally find his photo's to be ssinf and I love his underwater shots, they are the most beautiful photographs.

D.

Sunday, 18 September 2011

A world captured by the camera: Graham Blackall.

...Snow at the Cemetery

The best photo's are the one's that have great memories behind them, or which completely take your breath away. This photographer has an amazing , unique quality to his pictures. All of his pictures have that cinematography look, many photographers struggle with trying to capture that, but this photographer has knocked that nail on the head, when viewing his photo's I feel like if I wait long enough the photo's will come to life, it's a rare quality to have. Another thing I really love about his photography is that the colours are really strong, and the photo makes you feel like you are in the moment of when it was captured. They are just really beautiful photos of beautiful things.

Take a look at Graham's photo stream : http://www.flickr.com/photos/grahamblackall/
D.

Saturday, 17 September 2011

News. (whoa).



Llullaillaco Maiden

A 15 year old girl sacrificed during the Inca Empire for both purposes of religious rite and social control. She was chosen a year prior to her death, fed a ritualistic diet for an approximate twelve months to make her gain weight, then was drugged and left on the shrine at Volcano Llullaillaco, where she was left to die of exposure. For five hundred years, her body had been preserved at 82 ft. She is considered to be the best preserved Andean mummy ever uncovered.

D.

Friday, 16 September 2011

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Kitten - "Chinatown" from Bryan Schlam on Vimeo.



it's good though right?!

D.

Music for the soul and the ears, of course.



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Apparently, these are painting's, I don't think they are, of course they are paintings, but they look too realistic and just amazing, I think every painter's dream is to make their painting as close as possible to reality. I like crystal's they look so pretty, especially when light is streaming through it, these are so pretty, and think Waito, has an incredible talent, that should be advertised everywhere. I have fallen in love with this, they are so pretty, and the white background has made everything so beautiful. It's not even realistic, it's brutally realistic, many people find it hard to believe that these's are painting's, these are stunning and personally I think the most pretties thing about them is that , they have light reflecting of their surfaces. The blue one no.1 is just so deep blue, it's like the sky before it get's ready for a sunset. no.3 is just like whoa factor it is so stunning, how many crystal's are together. no.4 is just beautiful it looks like a photograph of someone's ring. I love this little collection.

D.






Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Short & Tres Beau Films: Live The Language - Sydney.

EF - Live The Language - Sydney from Gustav Johansson on Vimeo.



Thought it was beautiful, thought I'd share it with you.

D.

Those Canvas Lovers: Linnea Strid.

Tear me apartThe night and the rainCry you a riverAnd as the foam of the sea I shall be driven about

I'm a photography girl, I love photo's, to me photo's are just so stunning, that's the only thing I can do, don't get me wrong I love art, but painting is just not my forte, I can paint but, it doesn't come naturally too me, and it's just hard for me. That's why I have such love for painters who have painting in their genes and can paint incredible pictures. Painting,for Stockholm genius, is just comes naturally. I looked at one of her painting's and I couldn't stop staring at it, I was just really amazed, the painting looks life- like, and how Strid, has captured the detail's just scare me, because they look so astounding. I couldn't believe that they were paintings, and think that the way she has painted the water in her paintings, has her put on the map of great painters for me. In photography, water looks stunning with the water, but in paintings they look totally unreal, and I think you should be more mesmerized.
Take a look at her photo stream:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/linneastrid/

D.

The Power of the pen & the pencil : Raphael Vicenzi

Vicenzi, is a self taught illustrator from Brussels, who has taught himself well, very well indeed, his illustrations are filled with colors, life, and originality, the colours on the page are amazing, and I love how typography in his pieces, also the paint that drips down in the pieces look like graffiti, the surreal feeling it causes is lovely, it’s amazing how the subject always has eye contact with the viewer it’s slightly creepy. Either way I adore his work, it's incredibly messy like spirals and colorful balls, it's chaotic and at the same time quite calm. His work should be refereed to The Chaotic and The Calm. All of his work is just so interesting to look at, one of the few artist who can hypnotize me with his amazing work.

D.




Monday, 12 September 2011

Watch, Smile, Watch Again.

These video's will make you smile, and if you are cool, you will watch it again, they are just amazing, I've always been a little bit "wowed" by stop motion it just looks incredibly cool, yes, there is also amazing other but right now at this particular moment this is what I wanted you guys to see, you can spend time, looking at the other amazing videos.






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A world captured by the camera : Clemens Fantur.





There's those moments you wish you could keep locked away in a photo forever, and every once in a while glance back at it, remembering the same emotions, and the situations comes flooding back, those moments are beautiful, you or a group of other people find special. The one thing this photographer has done really well, is that his has taken photo's of ordinary things, but the way he has captured it, has just made the photo extraordinary, he makes ordinary things, that we come come across everyday,he makes them something really special. The images have something I like to call subtle beauty, and I'm sure you would fall in love with them too. To take a look at his photo stream : http://www.flickr.com/photos/48316147@N06/

D.

The Thoughts of the Young.

This year for me is just getting my GCSE's all my A's, and then i will be finished with school until sixth form. My school's not that bad, but I'd rather me at home, sleeping. Aha. I've got till March until i get to rest at home for like ages. I plan to get a job, hard work, scares me, because I like have to be somewhere, everyday, pretending to smile, and act like I enjoying working, dealing with awkward situations with work mates and so forth. But hey, If I'm getting paid I'm not gonna complain. It's sunny in Britain,and it's still September, I'm so happy eeekk.

D.

Sunday, 11 September 2011

My Prayers go out to the USA.

I just want to offer my condolences to all the Families, who are remembering and mourning the tragedy that took place on 9/11 to the Twin Towers, you are in my prayers.

The Power of the pen & the pencil : So Yoon Lym.

Stamped in Originality. I personally find this artist amazing, I just love how she has painted these incredible pictures, plait's in hair, is an art in itself, and for to be painted and recognised as something beautiful is just stunning, the detail she has captured is just amazing, it looks so real, and I find myself just wanting to touch it, and painting, to me, is hard for me, but she has executed it so well. How So, has just captured it in black and white just gives it that extra magic, and it makes her art extra beautiful.
Take a look at her website: http://www.soyoonlym.com/ .
D.