Grogally (do not think that is a word, which should speak to my state) strolling down Bond street in NYC this
afternoon, I stumbled upon a gem of a bookstore. Dashwood books is an independant bookstore which sells
new, used and rare books just on photography. I spent the entire afternoon in this subterrainian wellspring of
inspiration and beauty.
Have a look.
Keeping with my theme of stuff made out of everyday stuff I’ve been on the past week or so, check out the
sculptures of Jennifer Maestre. They are all made out of pencils.
David Vegezzi makes stunning films.
Take a work break and be inspired
The collagues of C.K. Wilde are made out of real global cash-ish.
Using household items such as syrafoam cups, straws, and fishing line, Tara Donovan creates some visceral
See the work at Ace gallery in NYC
Amazingly fresh site from Kleber.
Eugenio Recuenco is a self proclaimed “pain in the ass” photographer from Spain. With a portfolio as unique
and diverse as his, he can get away with it.
Absolutely brilliant work
Cruising through my bookmarks, I found an updated version of Troyt Coburn’s portfolio. Unreal photography
wrapped in an intuitive, slick flash site that speaks to the quality of the photos without taking the focus away.
Have a looksee.
Hamburg portrait photographer, Bart E. Streefkerk, has not only an amazing portfolio, but also an amazing
website that houses said portfolio.
Browse the pics.
Very unique and attractive chadelier by en Pieza. This is just good design all around.
Check out the chadelier.
en Pieza website.