Posts tagged photography

Check out these beautiful composite images shot and created by a friend of a friend: Tyler Matthew Coray from Seattle 
http://www.tcoray.com/human-nature

Food & Stuff

-Photo by Lincoln Barbour (an amazing, local Portland photographer portfolio here

It seems that lately, I’ve been surrounded by food, & the concept of food.  I watched an incredible eye-opening documentary the other day; called FOODMATTERS.  The issues that they discuss hit everyone close to home. Cancer, Depression, Happiness, The Current Health System & More. I feel like our culture is incredibly backward in so many ways, and it’s up to us to change our lives and help those around us.

Clip from FOODMATTERS: Natural Treatment for Depression  
And HighonHealth.org talking about the documentary

-I’m also helping a friend design & open a food cart, Carte Blanche, but more on that later. 

too pretty.

too pretty.

Okay, so I’ve been super into transparencies and and layer recently.  This image is a beautiful example of just that. Pulled from ffffound.com, boffo, NY fashion. - I’ve been a little behind lately, I need to keep up on the inspiration front. 

Okay, so I’ve been super into transparencies and and layer recently.  
This image is a beautiful example of just that. 

Pulled from ffffound.com, boffo, NY fashion. 

- I’ve been a little behind lately, I need to keep up on the inspiration front. 

If this is what Italians look like, then let’s go to Milan.  So happy, + so beautiful. 

Photo Courtesy of :The Sartorialist

I don’t fully understand why I never learned about this in Art History, but somehow it slipped through the cracks.  The above photo is from 1911, no joke.  Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii developed an incredible system of capturing 3 instances of the same scene on a glass plate with each instance shot through a red, green or blue filter.  http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/empire/making.html
It’s almost as if I took this image yesterday with my digital camera. Makes history feel a little bit closer doesn’t it? 

I don’t fully understand why I never learned about this in Art History, but somehow it slipped through the cracks.  The above photo is from 1911, no joke.  
Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii developed an incredible system of capturing 3 instances of the same scene on a glass plate with each instance shot through a red, green or blue filter.  http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/empire/making.html

It’s almost as if I took this image yesterday with my digital camera. Makes history feel a little bit closer doesn’t it? 

Here I am blogging about a blog, so original.  But this blog is an interesting source of gathered photos in every post. I’m not sure if they are categorized in a definable way; but some of them are quite interesting.  (oh and there are some naked ladies, but that seems to show up on designer blogs no matter what)  "The Day After You Die" via blogger (Thanks ffffound). *Jessica if you’re reading this I especially think you would like some of these photos.  

Here I am blogging about a blog, so original.  But this blog is an interesting source of gathered photos in every post. I’m not sure if they are categorized in a definable way; but some of them are quite interesting.  (oh and there are some naked ladies, but that seems to show up on designer blogs no matter what)  "The Day After You Die" via blogger (Thanks ffffound). 
*Jessica if you’re reading this I especially think you would like some of these photos.  

I came across this book this morning at Together Gallery on Alberta.  It’s captivating. From Moonmilk, photos by Ryan McGinley: http://www.ryanmcginley.com/moonmilk

I came across this book this morning at Together Gallery on Alberta.  It’s captivating.
From Moonmilk, photos by Ryan McGinley: http://www.ryanmcginley.com/moonmilk

I’ve been cabin fevered this weekend.  So ready to get out and see the city again.  Portland, are you still out there? 
images courtesy of ffffound.

MASH_ Bizarre Photos and Wine Labels

MASH_purveyors of the fine…

Australian firm, with such a wild and blinky website, but some beautiful work.  Quite inspirational.

The FUNNIEST French Boys

Go TO This Link: http://p-et-p.blogspot.com/

These boys make fun of french fashion blogs, in the best and funniest ways possible.  Oh my god, it’s too good. You have to visit the original blogs, and then look at what they’d done to impersonate them. 

GET BACk in Your BOOkby Lissy  Laricchia, is series of photos where different fairy tale  characters getting sucked into their respective  titles.I always admire when people mess with gravity in photographs.

GET BACk in Your BOOk
by Lissy Laricchia, is series of photos where different fairy tale characters getting sucked into their respective titles.
I always admire when people mess with gravity in photographs.

HAUTE DESIGN_ Sarah Klassen
Such perfect lighting.  Happy Weekend.