New York-based artist Danny Evans decided to retouched celebrity pictures to make them look like ordinary people.
The series of dioramas from 354 Photographers aren’t for everyone. But Maxime Delvaux and Kevin Laloux, responsible for creating the Box sequence of images, likely knew that would be the case going in. Based within dollhouse-sized cardboard set pieces, the stills portray a wide variety of dark, often disturbing scenes. One example puts the viewer in the home of a child who’s just murdered Santa Claus — or perhaps a parent dressed as the holiday icon. Another depicts a housewife indulging in a cigarette after a car has crashed through her kitchen. Others are less morbid, like the image that finds us looking upon a child wandering the city streets.
Today an interesting choice of short clips that I liked, from the web, when you have enough bandwidth watch them in HD.
The Stop Motion Animation “I LOOK & MOVE” about all those people who were able to turn this world, to change something, build something, create something and do something that tracks on our planet. By Constantine Konovalov
A couple of great Car commercials.
Choros by Michael Langan and Terah Maher, is a beautiful experimental film by Michael Langan and dancer Terah Maher. It features a single dancer layered 32 times, which each layer slightly offset in time from the previous one.
And now one that I love, Where the hell is Matt, have a look at his site, to read the story.
Time-lapse photographer Samuel Orr has completed a beautiful short film of New York City that shows the passing of a day in the Big Apple in a beautiful way.
Some foods have significantly more Calories than others but what does the difference actually look like. Each of the photographs below represents 200 Calories of the particular type of food; the images are sorted from low to high calorie density. When you consider that an entire plate of broccoli contains the same number of Calories as a small spoonful of peanut butter, you might think twice the next time you decide what to eat. via wiseGEEK.
It’s generally considered a good idea to wait until the 3 month scan before telling people you’re going to have a baby, just to make sure everything is ok. I’m terrible at keeping secrets, so after only a few weeks I told my boss at work that I was going to be a dad and his reaction was so priceless I instantly knew I had to capture the reactions of my close friends and family. We hadn’t been trying for a baby and I was 29, which for London is fairly young to have a child, so I knew I’d get some good reactions. Tom Robinson
Here some other pictures.
Magnus Muhr is a Swedish photographer who presents a funny and creative gallery containing collected dead flies. A few strokes of a pencil brought the dead insects back to life.
Photographer Kerry Skarbakka captures himself in the process of falling from trees, slipping in the shower and tumbling down the stairs. In this statement he describes his photographs in the light of Martin Heideggers description of Dasein: human existence as a process of perpetual falling, and the responsibility of each individual to catch ourselves from our own uncertainty.