Friday, 31 July 2009

Laura Plansker

"Growing up between Detroit, Los Angeles, and New York, Laura Plansker got her start in photography as a child, taking pictures of dolls having tea parties and stuffed animals hanging from trees in her backyard. She continued her passion for photography through college receiving a BFA from The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit Michigan. She spent her fourth year studying in New York through the Alliance of Independent Colleges of Art Studio Program and interning at The Polaroid 20x24 Studio. In conjunction with photography she has spent many years set decorating and constructing miniatures for both film and commercials. It is through this combination of fields that her work has developed into the detailed world of photo-dioramas. Her overwhelming desire to jump the boats at Disney Land rides and live among the animatronic puppets or to climb inside the TV set to explore the worlds of Rankin and Bass' holiday films has been a great influence for creating her own magical worlds. Laura currently lives in Los Angeles and continues trying to create a photo-diorama that one day she might crawl into and never return." ~Laura Plansker

Source: Laura Plansker

Monday, 27 July 2009

Michael Laughead

His illustrations make me smile*^_^*

Source: Michael Laughead, Blog

Saturday, 25 July 2009

Stephen Wiltshire

Stephen Wiltshire draws and paints cityscape such as Tokyo from memory. Yes, drawing "accurate representations of cities" only from his memory, "sometimes after having only observed them briefly." He must be a genius...

Source: Stephen Wiltshire

Picture is Unrelated

WTF pictures...

Condom dresses are so vogue right now…

It just isn’t safe to walk the streets anymore…

The answer is yes, you will be a great mother!

The strongest bond between a father and son is the Force

We’ve switched her pig with a child. Let’s see if she notices…

OMG I loooooove little bears in wagons!!!!!

Welcome home Your Majesty!

I have been programmed to rock and roll all night!

Please come swimming! I promise to behave…

How did I get here?

I like dolls. Do you like dolls?

Source/More pictures at: Picture is Unrelated

It's Nannerpuss!

It haunts me in my dreams.

Monday, 20 July 2009

Andrew Chase

"Andew Chase is a photographer who creates mechanical sculptures of animals and photographs them in different poses. This cheetah is his latest creation in preparation for his photo book Trionic Morphatractable Engineer." ~neatorama

Source: Andrew Chase, LikeCOOL, Luxurylaunches

The Adventures of Augie March

Source: Maddy.'s at flickr

Movie Album Food

"What to see
What to hear
What to eat
At the same time...

A modest attempt to
join our three favorite things in the world:
film, music and eating; forcing them to live
on a single space." ~Movie Album Food

Source: Movie Album Food

Saturday, 18 July 2009

Eric Zener

'"Looking through artist Eric Zener's underwater paintings, you start to immediately remember what it feels like to be immersed in cool, clear water. That moment when the world's worries wash away and a sense of calmness overtakes your body. Zener calls that shared feeling our "quest for refuge and peace beneath the chaos of life."

What was his inspiration?

Zener watched his wife give birth to two children. He nearly drowned on the Rogue River in Oregon. He has watched friends and family battle illness. "Where do I put my energy? It shows up in my work," Zener said. "I paint these images as a cathartic relief for myself. And hopefully, the viewing of the paintings is cathartic for other people."

"My work is about psychological turning points and transformations and risk, taking that proverbial leap of faith, balanced with that quest for finding refuge, finding quietness and stillness and escapism," he said. "Some [paintings] are very, very introspective escapism. Some are just the joy, the pool full of people in this temporary oasis. The 10 minutes when you hit the water for the first time and the smell of sun tan lotion hits your nose. You really don't think about anything for those first few minutes."' ~My Modern Met

Source: Eric Zener, Article at BNET, My Modern Met

Ce soir

"'Ce soir' is Montreal based band Monogrenade's first music video. Directed by Christophe Collette, the video is entirely made in stop-motion."

Adam Hughes

Source: Adam Hughes

Ctrl + Alt + Del (Sillies)

Source: Ctrl + Alt + Del (Latest Sillies)


"The latest short film from Directing-duo, Terri Timely (Ian Kibbey and Corey Creasey), is a portrait of two brother’s and their surreal experiences as they explore their Synesthesia."

Photos of People Taking Photos of My Dog

"People love to take photos of my dog Homer. Homer spends most of his days sleeping and playing serving as the mascot of 360SEE gallery in the Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago at 1924 N. Damen Avenue. Come and take a photo of Homer -- but don't be surprised if we take a photo of you in return." ~Photos of People Taking Photos of My Dog Blog

Source: Photos of People Taking Photos of My Dog Blog