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The Ones2Watch » Story » Academy of the Frozen
something about this appeals to me... although hasn't the medieval look already been done?
fashion  ceramics  menswear  photography 
august 2010 by johnsnavely
nice photos with a flair for scifi
art  photography  war  scifi  images 
may 2010 by johnsnavely
| MECHA fushigi | mechanism of MAKA fushigi
"MAKA FUSHIGI" is a Japanese term often used to describe mysterious occurrences. It comes from a Sanskrit term "MAHA" meaning highness and "MAKA FUSHIGI" was originally used to express impressive phenomena in the nature that are beyond human understandings.
via:graziano  photography  art  science 
january 2010 by johnsnavely
thought I already had this one bookmarked. note to delicious: write an app to clean up my dead links... suggest replacements
photography  magazine  art  culture 
november 2009 by johnsnavely
a lot of nice type by POGO in here.
fashion  photography  typography  magazine 
september 2009 by johnsnavely
Revealed: The ghost fleet of the recession | Mail Online
The biggest and most secretive gathering of ships in maritime history lies at anchor east of Singapore. Never before photographed, it is bigger than the U.S. and British navies combined but has no crew, no cargo and no destination - and is why your Christmas stocking may be on the light side this year
via:bryan  photography  economics  shipping  business  finance 
september 2009 by johnsnavely
YouTube - Internet 2 - El arco de San Martín
the creepiness of those ann gedess images is exploited well here.
babies  music  photography  food  creepy  classical 
september 2009 by johnsnavely
What will my baby look like? Morph Faces and Celebrities Online For Free -
someone needs to make an iphone app of this. Where you take two pictures of people and it morphs them for you. It's $.
photos  morphing  tools  photography  humor  idea  iphone 
august 2009 by johnsnavely
Last Suppers : James Reynolds
I can't look away.

"A series of photographs documenting former Death Row prisoners' requests for their last meal before execution."
via:swissmiss  morbid  photography  food  meal  deathrow  prison 
august 2009 by johnsnavely
Building Rome in a Day
Entering the search term Rome on Flickr returns more than two million photographs. This collection represents an increasingly complete photographic record of the city, capturing every popular site, facade, interior, fountain, sculpture, painting, cafe, and so forth. It also offers us an unprecedented opportunity to richly capture, explore and study the three dimensional shape of the city.
snavely  via:arthegall  photography  flickr  modeling  architecture  city  microsoft  photosynth 
july 2009 by johnsnavely
Oh Snap! Our Step-By-Step Guide To Getting Shot By The Sartorialist -Refinery29 Pipeline-
You know him. You love him. We do, too. But lest you think it's a snap getting expert Street Style lensman Scott Schuman of Sartorialist fame to spot you on the street, shoot you, AND post your pic on his site…well, think again. In fact, after perusing the past few months' worth of amazing street specimens preening for his expensive camera, we did pick up some interesting sartorial patterns at play. So, want a better shot at, well, getting shot by Scott? Here's our step-by-step guide to increasing the odds...and looking good doing it.
fashion  photography  infographics  style  visualization  humor 
july 2009 by johnsnavely
Readers’ Photos: Call Forwarding - Lens Blog -
Mr. Plewe, who is 31 and has recently moved to Manhattan, noted that he was born at “a high time for 1970s photography” and said he frankly missed the look of his father’s family snapshots. “Our childhood photos all have a brownish-yellowish tint and glow,” he said, “and a contrast lower than what we’re used to these days.” He submitted an iPhone picture taken on the “1962″ setting, described by Nevercenter as imparting “dynamic black and whites from the photojournalists of a bygone era.”
friend  photography  nytimes  newspaper  photo  tomplewe 
july 2009 by johnsnavely
pretty extreme but a few shots are awesome.
photography  art  fashion  nsfw  extreme  s&m  masks 
july 2009 by johnsnavely
BLDGBLOG: Saddam's Palaces: An Interview with Richard Mosse
These extraordinary images—published here for the first time—show the imperial palaces of Saddam Hussein converted into temporary housing for the U.S military. Vast, self-indulgent halls of columned marble and extravagant chandeliers, surrounded by pools, walls, moats, and, beyond that, empty desert, suddenly look more like college dormitories. Weight sets, flags, partition walls, sofas, basketball hoops, and even posters of bikini'd women have been imported to fill Saddam's spatial residuum. The effect is oddly decorative, as if someone has simply moved in for a long weekend, unpacking an assortment of mundane possessions.
The effect is like an ironic form of camouflage, making the perilously foreign seem all the more familiar and habitable—a kind of military twist on postmodern interior design.
interior  pomo  ornament  military  architecture  photography 
june 2009 by johnsnavely
Scans of sandwiches for education and delight.
food  photography 
april 2009 by johnsnavely
Stacked cans
Great photo.
(Also props for naming this post "Stacked Cans")
photography  architecture  via:kottke  economy  urbanism  export 
february 2009 by johnsnavely
zoom interface :: hyperexperience
great idea. kept super simple. single Touch / Deep zoom
"The limits of human perception are often issues of scale: it is difficult for us to appreciate that which is inordinately larger or smaller than ourselves. The history of humanity is filled with tools and theories to help us calibrate our observations and understand other proportions in nature. This installation attempts to make visceral the microscopic in our daily lives. Because these insects are exceedingly small, we tend to co-exist without any sense of their existence. By re-proportioning them to the scale of a human body, they start to make their extraordinary presences felt. To make vivid the presence of these microscopic beings, this piece makes full use of the latest digital image processing technology, and has even developed new photographic techniques for achieving focal depth on each region of their bodies."
design  photography  interface  museum  simple 
february 2009 by johnsnavely
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