Running the play button on my Oracle Colorshift Halos.
She sounds damn good.
Polish photographer Michał Karcz has used a combination of photography and digital manipulation techniques to create a series of breathtaking landscapes pulled straight out of his “dreams, desire, imagination and fears”.
Old top/new top. And it only took three days!
Things come apart
Toronto-based photographer todd mclellan, explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in our everyday lives. displayed within the exhibition, every piece of various household items - a phone, lawnmower and typewriter - are meticulously taken apart, and arranged in an organized composition. in another take on a childhood fantasy, mclellan photographs the disassembled pieces as he ejects them into mid-air, allowing pieces to rain down in an explosion-like fashion - offering a commentary on obsolete technologies from the past.
Reconstructing the View
Photographers Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe have collaborated on a reconstructive photography project, where old postcards and pictures are layered over modern day pictures to create intriguing new images.
1933 Shanghai Slaughterhouse - photos by Evan Chakroff
Located in the historic Hongkou District, 1933 Shanghai (上海1933老场坊) was built amidst the vibrant urban landscape of pre-communist Shanghai. Designed originally by British architects, and built in 1933 by Chinese developers, the building was originally intended for use as a slaughterhouse but served a number of purposes over the years from medicine factory, cold storage facility, to its current incarnation as a ‘commercial hub for creative industries’. And this is the last one left such built out of 3, one in London and one in US, but they are demolished by now.