Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Merry Christmas Batman

Oh man, too funny. This one is thanks to Digg.com.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Phillipe Gerlach

There's some really cool work to be found on Phillipe Gerlach's page phillipegerlach.com. Check it out. Here are some of my favorites.

William Greiner

I like this shot from William Greiner. Kill your tv, you can steal it all online anyway. See more of his work here.

Jamie-James Medina

Fun with dicks. Check out Jamie-James Medina's non-dick related material here.

Maxim Ryazansky

Some interesting middle-America shots from Maxim Ryazansky. There's more good ones to be found here.

Dan Siney

Here's cool shot from Dan Siney, the person standing on that roof makes it. Otherwise it would be a rather mediocre nighttime cityscape. More from Dan Siney here.

Dash Snow

More from Dash Snow can be found on the tinyvices.com website, here. His posted work appears to be exclusively polaroids.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen combines art with an obsession with American government black-ops. The photograph below is from a series called "The Other Night Sky" featuring satellites that officially do not exist, spy satellites. He also shoots covert CIA prisons abroad and restricted bases on American soil. Very cool stuff. Better yet, he's coming to Oberlin to speak on Monday, December 8th at 12:00 noon at the Cat in the Cream. Come hear him speak and check out his site at paglen.com.

This one is from a series featuring military patches and insignia from black ops operations. I thought it was funny for its straight-forwardness.

Finally, how scary is this...

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

David Levinthal

Here are some great photographs of miniatures by David Levinthal, he's the best in that field in my opinion. There are striking similarities between these and my recent Army Man photographs. Check out more of his impressive collection at davidlevinthal.com. Above each image I have listed the name of the series it is a part of.

Hitler Moves East

Mein Kampf

Modern Romance

Monday, November 24, 2008

Yvonne Lacet

These are from two series by Yvonne Lacet. The first three are from "template of a sleeping city" and the last is from "incognito". You can find the full series and more at yvonnelacet.nl. Thanks goes out to i heart photograph for this reference.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Michael Pierazzi

Night photographs from The Nocturnes' website. You can find more about Michael Pierazzi here on their site, not many more of his images though.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Lost America

Here are some photographs from Troy Paiva's site lostamerica.com. Again, not really urban photography, I think I jumped the gun on declaring a theme for myself. Anyway, gotta represent the night photographs, so enjoy. Too much light painting on the site in my opinion, but I don't usually like colored light painting anyhow.

Didier Massard

I have to interrupt the just-announced urban theme to introduce some of Didier Massard's truly epic photographs of miniatures. Take a look for yourself at didiermassard.net. Great stuff.

Sleepy City

These photographs are published on sleepcity.net by an anonymous photographer. I think this will be the first in a series of posts covering urban photography and urban exploration.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Jonathan Lewis does The Beatles

Jonathan Lewis has produced some of the best pixel-centric work I have ever seen. These are from a series he did of nearly all of The Beatles' album covers. I didn't see the white album represented though. You can check out the rest Lewis' work here. Highly recommended.

Sgt. Pepper's

Abbey Road

Magical Mystery Tour

Yellow Submarine

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Thursday, November 6, 2008


I found this image on a Russian blog, gustaff.ru. It was also unreferenced.

If Walls Could Speak

This is a neat series of photographs entitled "If Walls Could Speak: lots of things can go on in a room". I tried to find out who the photographer was, but all the posts of this work are unreferenced. This is most of the series, but if you want to see the few that I left out, you can find them here.