03.11.08 by Jeff

Robin Soulier

In honour of the torrential rain I drove home in, I present the photography of Robin Soulier. Puddles in New York and Paris never looked so good – love the framing on these shots.

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30.10.08 by Jeff

Jess Hutchison

I could use a little more knitted mohair and wool in my life. This little guy’s name is Squarey and he was designed by Jess Hutchison. Dude is just chillin, haha I love it.

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29.10.08 by Jeff

Jason Lazarus

Some startlingly poetic photography from Chicago-based, Jason Lazarus. He was a photography instructor at Columbia College and I believe he still teaches/lectures at various places. The cool thing about his site is that along side his work he includes a teaching section.

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28.10.08 by Jeff

Steve Schofield

Land of the Free. A great series of portraits by Steve Schofield. I never really got into Star Wars but I did secretly watch Star Trek: The Next Generation quite a bit (You did too, YOU LIAR!). These days I’m not into Sci-Fi all that much, but I do love finding photography and other documentation of people that are totally emersed in very specific sub-cultures!

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28.10.08 by Jeff

Mike Stilkey

Ink. Acrylic paint. Colored pencils. Old books. The wonderful work of Mike Stilkey. Found this over at Mint – go pay Ellie a visit, her blog is one of my favourites.

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24.10.08 by Jeff

One Dollar Origami!

Came across some great origami on Deviantart. This little camera was folded out of a single dollar bill! Also really dig the spider and the coi fish!

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23.10.08 by Jeff

Michael Kenna

Photography by Michael Kenna. I have become a bit obsessed with this kind of dead silent, meditative, photography lately. I can’t remember where I first saw Kenna’s work but something about it felt very Japanese, like reading a haiku. Later I found out that most of the images I was looking at, had actually been shot in Japan.

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22.10.08 by Jeff

Jemapur – Maledict Car

Japan’s Jemapur have a fantastic video for their song Maledict Car, directed by Kosai Sekine. To say this music video is a stunning exploitation of the kaleidoscope effect would be an understatement.

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