Thursday, January 31, 2013

Flying Houses by Laurent Chéhère

The residential buildings of Paris appear to be sailing through the sky like kites in these dream-like images created by French photographer Laurent Chéhère.
[Previously on... houses at Unscathed Corpse]

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Mecuro B Cotto Photography

Mecuro B Cotto a moscow based fashion photographer with a personal point of view about nude and erotic photography. On Flickr must login to see the photostream!

Monday, January 28, 2013

James Jean Art

James Jean born in Taipei, lives and works in Los Angeles. James Jean is at Tilton Gallery (New York) till february 16.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Lost RPG Game

"Lost RPG" is a humorous new video shows-off a fake 16-bit RPG 'LOST' game.
[Previously on... LOST at Unscathed Corpse]

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Pablo Franco Updated

Buenos Aires based photographer Pablo Franco is one of my favourites photographers. As usual, don't mis the blog.
[Previously: Pablo Franco Photography]

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Rooftopping by Tom Ryaboi

Thrill-seeking photographer Tom Ryaboi is one of the pioneers of rooftopping, the practice of climbing to the tops of skyscrapers and shooting pictures off the edge.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Petter Hegre In Tokyo

The Hegre-Art adventure has taken Petter to exotic and unique locations around the world, from Buenos Aires to Prague, Cape Town to New York City. But even for a world traveller like him, this proved to be a unique and difficult challenge. The culture shock was surprisingly difficult to adjust to. It was late November 2010 when he left for the Far East - the land of the rising sun and exotically beautiful women, in a collaborative adventure with Extremo Magazine, Mexico
(via Violet Blue)

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Presidents with Boob Faces

Presidents with Boob Faces by Emily Deutchman, takes the tradition of presidential portraits and, with wry humor, subverts the solemnity of these iconic figures by transforming their faces with schoolboy “boob doodle.”

Friday, January 18, 2013

Dennis Ziliotto Photography

Dennis Ziliotto is a freelance photographer based in Monselice (Padova) in the North of Italy.
quote [What really makes the difference is what we perceive: photography can gently whisper a story or irreverently scream it. And so the eyes of who's looking or the ears of who's listening become important].

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Ijsselina fetish model and photographer

Ijsselina is a fetish model from Bordeaux, France and a muse both for photographers and illustrators, don't miss her art page. But what fascinated me most was to discover she's also a well know photographer and you'll find great art photography at V. Vanbavinckhove (aka V. Ijsselina)
[Thumbnail photo by T. Szekely]

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Scotch Tape Series by Wes Naman

Albuquerque photographer Wes Naman uses Scotch tape on faces to capture wildly expressive portrait series. Scotch Tape Series includes 33 photos of men and women with Scotch tape wrapped around different parts of their faces.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Philippe Shangti Photography

Living art, photography and esthetic as a passion since the age of 14 years, Philippe Shangti starts by being a top model and participates in many parades and events in fashion. At that time, he begins to be offered various cameras and he takes his first pictures with many enthousiam.
His first « subjects » are objects, landscapes and his family of course. Lots of his photographs’ topics are rather « provocative », but at the end it leads us to react and give another look at the reality of our lives.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Martine Johanna Art

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam.

From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough.

quote "When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams...".

Harold Perrineau cameo in Malcolm David Kelley's Music Video

Lost star Harold Perrineau (who played Michael) makes a special cameo (...around 1:34) in Misfit Kids and Total Outcasts' (A musical duo comprised of Malcolm David Kelley [who played Walt] and As the Bell Rings star Tony Oller) new music video "Thank You".
(via DarkUFO)

[Previously on... LOST at Unscathed Corpse]

There's plenty of other tidbits beyond Perrineau's cameo...
At 10 seconds: The shelf on the right has a picture frame with Vincent the Dog and Walt Lloyd's Gameboy. Under the Xbox 360 controller, there is what appears to be the Spanish comic book that Walt read back in season 1.
At 20 seconds: Next to the tv, a polar bear figurine can be spotted.
At 42 seconds: The chalkboard to the furthest right side of the class reads, "Welcome, Faraday physics", "If anything happens, Desmond Hume is my constant", "Dailyword Problem: A plane leaves Australia at ??? and crashes 1,000 miles ??? in the South Pacific, did Jacob cause it all?"
At 43 seconds: The the right side of the chalkboard to the front of the class reads, "AP Euro [I believe Ben's class in the Flashsideways] Room 23 Homework: Deus Ex Machina [Title of Season 1, Episode 17], read: Tom Sawyer, analyze Jack and the Beanstalk". The teacher's desk also holds the same red phone from the Kahana that Desmond used to call Penny in "The Constant".
At 45 seconds: A blurry Dharma Initiative logo can be made out on the chalkboard to the right.
At 51 seconds: To the furthest right of the first chalkboard (Mr. Graham's health class) to the right, (Right next to MDK) a blurry Blast Door Map can be made out.
At 52 seconds: Returning to the physics board (the one on the furthest right) written in small print at the very bottom, "What lies in the shadow of the statue?"
At 56 seconds: Most of the aforementioned references can be made out clearly on the AP Euro and Health boards. A box in the bottom-left of the health board appears to say something about a meeting or club with "Mr. Linus" (Right under the notice for cheerleaders).
At 1:02: MDK sprays the teacher with a can of black spray-paint. The spray-paint looks eerily similar to the Smoke Monster.
Throughout the scene, the boards have The Numbers written in Roman Numerals: IV, VIII, XV, XVI, XXIII, and XXXXII

Saturday, January 12, 2013

David Leslie Anthony Photography

David Leslie Anthony is a fashion & advertising photographer based in the United States.
[Previously: Factice Magazine: Sexyssue]

And a video from the Factice Magazine "Sexyssue":

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Velovixens at Bikes Move Us

Velovixens is a thread about "Babes... and bikes" at Bikes Move Us (Australian Cycling Forum/Community). [First page].

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Twitter Nano

Real time geolocalized tweets by Twitter Nano. Aim the crosshair by dragging the map and get realtime tweets from that location.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Carsten Witte Photography

Carsten Witte, born in 1964, is the venerable priest of beauty. Already as a little boy of three he slack-jadedly gazed after beauties that where passing by when he was walking at his mother’s hand. Many years later, after he had attended the Bielefeld school of photography, worked as assistant for renowned photographers and started his career as a freelancer with his own studio in 1989, he could finally dedicate himself exclusively to his perfect esthetics at taking shots of beautiful woman’s bodies, their eroticism and chasteness and the sensual play of shadow and light, whereas he has never betrayed the deference to the beautiful creature.Carsten Witte on Behance.