Posts Tagged ‘Photographs’

Turn Your Instagram Photographs Into A Tear-Off Calendar

Turn Your Instagram Photographs Into A Tear-Off Calendar

Last year we featured Poladarium–every day this calendar revealed a new Polaroid photo, each with its own little story. Now you can turn your Instagram photographs into a Tear-Off Calendar ($40) with Prinstagram. The calendar reveals a new photo each day. Tear off photos one-by-one and decorate your walls, use them as notecards, or give …

Slide Light - Customize The Mood Of Your Room With Slide Photos

Slide Light – Customize The Mood Of Your Room With Slide Photos

The Slide Light ($185) is a wall light designed by SUCK UK and may be hung horizontally or vertically to provide low level background room lighting. Use slides of your own photographs to create a mood that's unique to you - just slot your images into place for a constantly changeable look. You can use …


Instamatics By Antonio Lopez

Instamatics By Antonio Lopez

Instamatics (Twin Palms Publishers, ISBN: 978-1-931885-94-2 , $79) collects some of the best photographs from renowned fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez. The compendium includes the most creative and innovative of those images, spanning the 1970’s. Lopez began shooting with a Kodak Instamatic, the simplest and cheapest model he could find, cataloguing his life and his finds of …

Fred Herzog - A Pictorial History Of A Time And Place That No Longer Exist

Fred Herzog – A Pictorial History Of A Time And Place That No Longer Exist

Fred Herzog–born in 1930 in Germany and moved to Vancouver in 1953–is considered a pioneer of color photography. Herzog’s bold use of colour in the 1950s and 60s set him apart at a time when the only art photography taken seriously was in black and white. His early use of color make him a forerunner …

Topsy-Turvy Photography by Sherif Elhage

Topsy-Turvy Photography by Sherif Elhage

In the past I have seen several Upside Down series. Recently autodidacted photographer Sherif Elhage updated his website and I came across of one of  his nine new series entitled Topsy-Turvy. Sherif seeks to play with the human eye rather than address traditional methods of iconography; his photographs break scenographic conjunctions through optical trickery and …