Artist Jon Rafman curates the strange and the beautiful in his ongoing project 9 Eyes. Utilising the omnipotence of Google Street View’s all-seeing 9 cameras he scours, selects and posts unexpected moments captured during the mapping process. Seemingly drawn to … Continue reading
People vs Places is a collaborative double exposure project by photographers Timothy Burkhart and Stephanie Bassos. Sharing a roll of film within the same camera (Stephanie shoots the people, Timothy the places) they create chance compositions between human and environment. … Continue reading
As far as camera designs go the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera designed by Jonas Pfeil is one of the most innovative and fun I’ve seen. Created for his MSc thesis, 32 mobile phone cameras have been integrated into a ball … Continue reading
Following on from my post about Sara Galbiati’s photos, I made it down to Lucha Future at the Dome last weekend and a muy buena noche was had by all!
Danish photographer Sara Galbiati has captured the violent spectacle of Lucha Libre (“Free Fighting”) in all of it’s theatrical glory. The heroic luchador is documented in action, at rest and in pose in a series of brilliant colour images. Popular … Continue reading
Francesco Capponi has created the Pinhegg, a pinhole camera crafted from an egg. It’s inherent fragility made for many frustrations along the way, but the results are amazing photographic objects. Read more and find a step-by-step guide to making one … Continue reading
I got a sneaky peak at a rather exciting looking book on the Thames & Hudson stand at the London Book Fair this week. Magnum Contact Sheets will showcase the workings of the agency’s legends including Henri Cartier-Bresson and Elliot … Continue reading