Category: Photography

Ali Bosworth

Ali Bosworth is a Canadian photographer from Victoria, BC. A prolific shooter, Bosworth’s photograph’s tend to focus on the suburban landscape. Throughout almost all of his series of pictures, there also appears a red-headed muse – a girlfriend I assume – that accompanies him on his photo-finding adventures. I went through his most recent group [...]

May 14 / 2012
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Simon Harsnet

The title of Simon Harnet’s project, Melt: Portrait of an Iceberg, can be a little misleading. While it is certainly a descriptive title, it might also project global warming as the primary cause. Icebergs are certainly the first thing we think of whenever global warming is the topic, however, it is impossible to know if [...]

May 01 / 2012
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Aaron Ruell

Take a look at these spectacular portraits by Aaron Ruell. You might know him as Kip from Napolean Dynamite, but Ruell is also an accomplished commercial director and photographer. Remember the opening sequence on Napolean Dynamite with the ketchup typography? He did that. His work has also been shown in galleries Paris, Milan, and Buenos [...]

April 10 / 2012
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Brand Spirit

SVA Grad student Andrew Miller promises to paint one branded object white everyday for 100 days, and so far he has made good on his promise: brandspirit.tumblr.com. His only self-imposed rules are, “I can purchase each object for less than $10, it can be something I own, something another person gives me, or something I [...]

April 02 / 2012
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Patrik Lindell

Color, shape, line, form – all basic elements that graphic designers have to work with in developing effective communications. So too does Swedish photographer Patrik Lindell. His personal work, very similar to some of his commissioned work, is about seeing big bold shapes. And it’s about arranging those shapes in a rectangle, creating compositions that [...]

April 01 / 2012
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Brad McMurray

One thing that separates good photographers from clever photographers is the use of situational irony. It takes an acute sense of awareness to notice and capture a scenic double entendre, and photographer Brad McMurray certainly has a knack of doing so. A mesh net acting as a metaphorical wall, a mosaic landscape made out of [...]

March 25 / 2012
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