that’s how they do it.
This is probably my favourite photo book from the last year. Respect.
Our never ending search for authentic expression leads to real gems every now and then. Here is how David Emitt Adams describes his process:
“For this body of work, I manipulate these found objects through a labor-intensive 19th century photographic process known as wet-plate collodion. I create images on their surfaces that speak to human involvement with this landscape.”
I need some ME time on the shore badly. Like now.
great photos here
Mixed media and painting on photos is huge now, but there is something special about the work of Du Yanfang.
The first time I watched this movie I was in class in the university. It changed the way I look at the story telling. What a trip it is.
if this is not a pure zen, I don’t know what it is
Poemotion by Takahiro Kurashima