the panopticon

I have always felt uncomfortable with the idea of taking pictures of people, without asking their permission.  But how would you feel, if you were experiencing one of the worst days of your life, your house has literally collapsed around your ears and you’re wandering through the ruins of what was once your town only [...]



one hundred metres

The above work is from a series called Faces of New York, in which New York residents talk about the way they look.  Its been created by Copenhagen photographer Simon Hogsberg, who has an excellent portfolio here.  And though its an interesting stroll through the minds of that whacky city, its not the real reason [...]

Holger Pooten

Lots of commercial work, but some interesting personal stuff here from Holger Pooten

Hitler on the new Nikon D3

There’s been a few of these Downfall hacks recently, but for some reason I found this the funniest, perhaps because I, too, am looking for a new digital camera.


I love these photos of sad male models, from best week ever

color coding

I love this photographic series from JeongMee Yoon.  You can see from the pics whats going on. Pink for girls, boy for blues. But, these are parents haven’t been half hearted in their determination to color code gender. More here

touching strangers

This is a fantastic photographic project by photographer  Richard Renaldi .  The idea is pretty straightforward, but I think you’ll agree effective.  Richard asked total strangers on the streets of New York, to pose together, touching each other.  The result is Touching Strangers .  The photographs all have a strange, awkward tenderness that is quite [...]

happy snaps

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