Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

How the west was won

August 19, 2010

Captured is an incredible collection of beautiful photographs taken in small towns in America around the early 40s to document the effects of the Depression. Incredible stuff here.


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Nuit Blanche

February 22, 2010

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Superb short film, that tells a simple narrative through complex animation and intriguing CG visuals. Nice work from Arev Manoukin. The only thing thta’s better than this short is the making of, found here.

Super hero history

February 21, 2010

One of the best Flickr set’s I’ve seen in ages. Superheroes comped into historical moments. More history fun here.

That was the week that was

February 1, 2010

Sorry I didn’t post much last week, but the last seven days have been the most hectic and the most fun at work.

We started out by launching the world’s first Augmented Reality clothing range for kids label BrightsandStripes. A huge technical and logistical achievement which we turned around in two months.  Phew.

We were also involved in putting together all the advertising for the world’s first 3d football match. Pretty amazing to say I was one of the first people on the planet to have seen the event.

And then we had to launch the new and final series of Lost, which we did by hiring the Reduced Shakespeare Company. Who condensed all 5 series and over 100 hours of tv viewing into just a ten minute theatrical show. Very funny stuff.

Video to follow soon.

Picture this

November 1, 2009


Benedict Redgrove is a fantastic car and architectural photographer, who creates beautifully composed shots of car factories and buildings (funny that). Check out the pages and pages of his work here.

My parents were rubbish

November 1, 2009


These aren’t my parents, my parents are brilliant (just in case my mum ever reads my blog). The couple pictured above are actually the proud parents of Rob a poster onto the website “My parents are awesome”. As the website says, before the fanny packs and Andrea Bocelli concerts, your parents (and grandparents) were once free-wheeling, fashion-forward, and super awesome. Thumb’s up family fun here.

Plane stupid

October 25, 2009


Josef Hoflehner is a fab photographer with a mountain of black and white work on his website. His jetliner series caught my eye. There is a whole number of pic’s of the ridiculous holiday destination St Maarten island, which has a landing strip right behind the main beach. Nice work here.

Eyes wide shut

October 15, 2009

columbia road

Seamus Ryan is a photographer with a studio in Columbia Road, London. For those who don’t know, every sunday Columbia Road hosts a fantastic flower market, where you can buy all manner of plants and foliage at rock bottom prices. The result is mass of people from all walks of life and fragrant flowery scents from all around the world.

Not to miss out on this hive of activity every Sunday Seamus throws open the doors of his studio and invites the flower mad public to pose for a portrait. . This Sunday as a part of his Sunday shoots series he will be taking pics of the public with there eyes shut in aid of RNIB. Fab.

Hit me baby one more time

October 15, 2009

3d work

Some fantastic 3d work here. Dutch motion designers One Size have created a fabulous piece of work with the help of Jasper Faber.

Don’t stare it’s Ruud

October 14, 2009

ruud bann

Ruud Bann is a Dutch based photographer who has a great body of work on his site. He creates and captures fantastic portraits of people. He’s sort of like a Dutch La Chapelle without the hi-gloss. Nice work here.