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Clay Stang
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    From the series Colorful World

    Musician and photographer Nicola Kuperus constructs beautiful, unsettling images with her hometown of Detroit, Michigan as her backdrop. One half of the eletronic band ADULT., Kuperus’ early videos and performances for the band are haunted with the same macabre, Hitchcock-esque imagery. In her series Dark, Colorful World, Kuperus further plays on dislocation and suspected violence as she poses her models in cropped, stiff, and awkward positions. With the buildings and green suburbs of Detroit present but never obvious, the staged images evoke a feeling of discomfort and unknown. 

    1.  Flat
    2. .TBird
    3. GTO
    4. Car
    5. FUNRUN
    6. .Impala
    7. Karmann- Ghia
    8. T-Tops

    (via asylum-art)

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    Malika Favre is a french illustrator/art director based in East London.
    Favre is genial creating a great power communication with such a few contour lines.
    In her works she uses clean curved lines, waves of light and games of primary colours.
    She’s worked on a variety of projects: spanning editorial, advertising and publishing for clients such as Vogue, The New Yorker, Penguin Books, Volcom and Gucci.

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    mikelernerphotography:

    ALL OF YOU PHOTOGRAPHERS THIS IS OH SO IMPORTANT

    Gregory Heisler on working as a photographer today. 

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    tylerknott:

Typewriter Series #837 by Tyler Knott Gregson
*Pre-Order my book, Chasers of the Light, and donate $1 to @TWLOHA and get a free book plate signed by me :)  Click the link in my bio, or go here:  tylerknott.com/chasers*

So excited to finally see his work in book form!

    tylerknott:

    Typewriter Series #837 by Tyler Knott Gregson

    *Pre-Order my book, Chasers of the Light, and donate $1 to @TWLOHA and get a free book plate signed by me :)  Click the link in my bio, or go here:  tylerknott.com/chasers*

    So excited to finally see his work in book form!

  6. theacademy:

    "I am (and I have always been) a weird guy. And my mind doesn’t function completely in the real world. I have to have, every day, abstract myself into a language of fable and monsters to try to manage and understand - at the world means. I interpret the good and the bad in our lives through monsters and parables that I find help me grasp who we are, or how we can make sense of this life we have. And to compliment that, my office, every morning I leave my family home and I go to my office, which consists largely of 11,000 square feet of books and weird objects of art, and I am constantly inspired by the paintings surrounding me, the objects surrounding me, or the books I have read or read every day. It’s fun. And to finalize it, I would say, the final part of this is I think that in order to create movies, you should not solely be inspired by movies. It is important to enrich your storytelling language with every form of storytelling media that resonates with you. It can be a fairy tale, a classic book, or a video game, or a painting in a museum, it makes no difference, as long as it stimulates your storytelling drive.” - Guillermo del Toro from his Reddit AMA today.

    Love this. I relate so much.

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From the artist formerly known as Hannah Devaney, comes a blog of epic proportions! Armed with a license to shoot and a killer Macbook, the world will not know what hit them--the PHOTO NINJA! (If you are standing there with your jaw hanging open in mixed horror and awe at this predicted event, DO NOT FEAR! Of course the world won't know what hit them--a good ninja is NEVER seen!!!!) So, Live like there is no tomorrow. Laugh like milk is meant to shoot out of your nose (it is just another form of semi-harmless shooting...). And savor the sound of the shutter! Over and out.

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