04.04.12 by Jeff

Concrete Mask

Concrete Mask video by artist Boris Hoppek
“Concrete Mask” by Boris Hoppek. Love this!

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04.04.12 by Jeff

Fong Qi Wei

Exploded Flowers by photographer Fong Qi Wei
“Exploded Flowers”, photos by Fong Qi Wei. Singapore.

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04.04.12 by Jeff

Daniel Clowes

The Cartoonist's Goal a conversation with Daniel Clowes
I’ve said this many times, I love watching people draw while they’re interviewed. Graphic novelist Daniel Clowes draws and talks.

Watch the video below!

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04.04.12 by Jeff

Plog Magazine

Plog Magazine
Plog Magazine is run by a group of students and graduates and features only student and graduate artwork.

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03.04.12 by Jeff

Robert Canali

Photographer Robert Canali
Photos by Robert Canali. Toronto, Ontario.

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03.04.12 by Jeff

Bette Burgoyne

Drawings by artist Bette Burgoyne
Drawings by Bette Burgoyne.

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03.04.12 by Jeff

Silver & Light

Silver & Light a wet plate collodion project by photographer Ian Ruhter
This is pure inspiration. Photographer Ian Ruhter took his life savings and converted a delivery truck into a giant camera. Not just any camera, one that could produce giant images with silver and light using an old photographic technique called a wet plate collodion process.

So what’s that? The collodion process was invented in the 1800s and is extremely tricky. It requires a plate to be coated in silver nitrate, and then sensitized, exposed, and developed before the plate dries (less than 15 minutes, according to Wikipedia).

Now some perspective for those of you who are shooting film and finding it a bit expensive, it costs Ian $500 to produce a single image!

Ian is currently driving his camera/darkroom/truck all over america looking for people and places to shoot. Want to be a part of it?

Watch the inspiring video below!

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02.04.12 by Jeff

Casper Kang

Artist painter Casper Kang
“Wilderness”, paintings by Seoul-based Canadian-born Casper Kang.

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