That’s no paperweight, that’s a cake

Monday, 23 May, 2016

Photo by Olga Noskova

I’m not a food blogger, but I couldn’t passed the Instagram page of Olga Noskova, and the photos of the cakes she posts. What are the chances of thinking these are ornaments, or something, rather than cakes, if you were to see one sitting on a table?

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Wedding photos by my drone, the art director

Wednesday, 18 May, 2016

There are good wedding photos, then there are wedding photos that are just a tad too… art directed. These images, taken by Tahiti based photographer Helene Havard, with the help of a drone, of recent nuptials that took place in French Polynesia, are clearly art directed, but without making the subjects look like they are part of a tableau, or something.

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Photos of video games, or photos that look like video games?

Tuesday, 17 May, 2016

Photo by Liam Wong

A few months ago I pointed to a collection of Masashi Wakui’s cinematically styled photos of Tokyo. Liam Wong, a video games visual identity art director, who is also based in Tokyo, takes photos in a similar sort of style, except here his work is intended to more resemble the look of a video game.

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The symmetry of railway station platforms, by Zsolt Hlinka

Tuesday, 17 May, 2016

Photo by Zsolt Hlinka

Station is an alluring collection of photos by Budapest based photographer Zsolt Hlinka, that draws attention to the symmetry of railway station platforms.

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Unreal projections in the real world

Friday, 13 May, 2016

Photos of mock, or model, or drill, objects and situations, that once existed, might do at some point in the future, or are much closer at hand than we realise. Human like robots, for instance, are but one case in point.

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Yoshinori Mizutani’s photo of Tokyo pedestrians in the rain

Monday, 9 May, 2016

A surprisingly intriguing set of photos by Japanese photographer Yoshinori Mizutani, of commuters in Tokyo on pedestrian crossings, during rain storms.

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Postcards from Google Earth… is that really Earth?

Thursday, 5 May, 2016

Having a great time, wish you were here. There are sure some interesting places to visit on good old planet Earth, as this set of… postcards, goes to show.

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Red Lights, photos of the cafes of Paris by Blaise Arnold

Monday, 2 May, 2016

Photo by Blaise Arnold

Red Lights, a collection of photos taken by Blaise Arnold, of cafes in and around Paris. Is it just me, or do some of these coffee houses look familiar? I’m sure I’ve seen a few of these places in films set in Paris.

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Aerial photography most striking by Bernhard Edmaier

Thursday, 28 April, 2016

A stunning collection of aerial photos of the Earth’s surface, taken by German geologist turned photographer, Bernhard Edmaier.

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Why not take a gamble on the d120, a die with 120 sides?

Thursday, 28 April, 2016

d120 dice

A die with one hundred and twenty sides, called d120, by Robert Fathauer and Henry Segerman, handy I guess when you need the odds to be as long as possible when playing with dice.

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