That moment an older lady in the pool stops you to say you’re not in the right lane and you deeply regret waterproof bazookas are expensive
Originally posted on Visual Research - Eleonore Bonnet:
John Baldessari is an American conceptual artist born in 1931. In this work, he uses existing imagery and places dots of different colours on people’s faces. By doing so, he manages to erase individuality and forces the viewer to look elsewhere on the photo. His coloured dots also refer to codes he stated: red/dangerous, green/ safe, blue/ platonic, and yellow/ crazy.
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Picture : Marc Bestgen
Just a cursory glance at a few storm photos by Mike Hollingshead and it’s clear this guy has probably seen it all, and probably put his life at risk to do so. The intrepid storm chaser has been enduring foul weather since the late …
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You might not come out on top if you weigh the pros and cons of storm chasing, but there are definitely pros beyond feeling like a bada** and a deep fulfil.
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Weekly Photography Challenge – Night Photography.
If you are an arts fan, you probably are not a stranger of the art of Darwinist Ernst Haeckel, therefore you will find this light sculpture we intend to share with you today quite familiar. Using the intense light in the center of the …
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17 Mar (London), 12-13 Apr (Cardiff), 17-18 Apr (Coventry), FREE Entry. An unusual performance of dance and pinhole photography will be on soon in London, Cardiff and Coventry. Created by Fevered Sleep…
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