15.04.14 by Jeff

Petros Kok

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Photos by Petros Kok. Athens, Greece.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

Classic Album Covers in Google Street View

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Last week I posted the fantastic “Dark Side of the Covers” project, where an artist imagined the flip side to iconic album covers. I just came across this equally cool blog post by Reddit user Shystone (Halley Docherty), who is now a “Google Street View specialist” at The Guardian.

Docherty has taken classic album covers and placed them into their precise locations using Google Streetview. Above is Beastie Boys “Paul’s Boutique” album cover in New York’s Lower East Side on the corner of Ludlow and Rivington.

See lots more below.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

Tom Hoying

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“I almost drowned in the Blue River”, a photo series by photographer Tom Hoying. Found via the April Submissions.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

Anna Conway

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Paintings by Anna Conway. More below.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

Jovan Todorovic

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Photos by Jovan Todorovic. More below.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

“Aquarium” by Kin Chan

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“Aquarium” is a photo series by photographer Kin Chan, shot over a two-year period. I love the sense of wonder that is captured in these little faces. More photos below.

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14.04.14 by Jeff

Aakash Nihalani

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Some new works by Aakash Nihalani, from “Vantage”, his solo exhibition at Wunderkammern. More below.

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13.04.14 by Jeff

Giveaway: Cecilia Camera Straps

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This week I’m giving away four camera straps courtesy of Cecilia. A little bit about the straps:

“The full-grain leather is selected from premium Argentinian cowhides. The hides are finished in the USA with surface treatments that give the leather its durability. The alpaca textiles are handwoven by weavers in the Peruvian highlands. The backstrap loom weaving techniques and traditional patterns are a heritage of Andean culture. Sourced from mills in the USA, the reinforced webbing runs through the ends of the straps to ensure strength and reliability. The straps are assembled in León, Mexico. We work with some of the most experienced artisans of leather goods to craft a product of The Americas.”

If you’d like to snag one of these camera straps, leave a comment below and upload a photo you have taken recently. I’ll let the folks at Cecilia pick their four favourite images in two weeks (4 different winners).

 

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