Photographer Daisuke Yokota was born in Saitama, Japan in 1983. His approach combines multiple rephotographing and printing, applying acid or flame to the end results, and making one-off prints and books from unexpected materials in staged public performances.
I will fear no evil
The Marble Effect
Carved Cover Art
Oldie but goodie
Guinevere Van Seenus by Drew Jarrett
Knitted Comfort Foods
Guinevere Van Seenus By Theo Wenner
The Last Of Summer
- From The Archives Of Prague Castle 261 views
- One Hundred & Fourteen Years Ago 49 views
- The King’s Library 26 views
- Carpets & Curtains 20 views
- The Harvard Club 20 views
- Stoya by Steven Klein 19 views
- Samantha Gradoville By Chas Ray Krider 17 views
- Kate Moss by Bruce Weber 12 views
- David Hamilton 12 views
- Hooray For Beach VolleyBall 12 views
- Biblioteca Vasconcelos 11 views
- Anja Rubik, Natasha Poly, et al by Luigi & Daniele + Iango 11 views
- Eres 10 views
- Karen Nuernberg by Renam Christofoletti 10 views
- Kate Moss by Ryan McGinley 10 views
Chemical experimentation in old photography techniques result in these stunning large-scale images by photographer Brittany Nelson.
‘Alternative Process’ is the result of various experimentations with historical photographic processes like Tintype, Daguerrotype, Mordancage, and Halochrome.
Do also watch the video of Brittany who talks about the concept behind her work.
Inspired by sixteenth-century engravings, such as those by Heinrich Aldegrever (1502–1558), the prototype for this Renaissance-style album cover was shown at the 1873 Weltausstellung in Vienna. Fourdinois joined his father’s well-known cabinetmaking firm in 1860 and introduced marquetry carved in relief that incorportated various woods and semi-precious stones.
This isn’t the sort of thing I usually post but I can’t deny that there’s something really satisfying about these knitted comfort foods.
Check out this beautiful wind-up hand-blown glass dildo by Bastiaan Buijs.
Body Of Art is an eagerly anticipated book from Phaidon celebrating ‘the beautiful and provocative ways artists have represented, scrutinized and utilized the body over centuries’:
Yeah, it’s Friday, I can post what I want… sort of.
Here is a magnificent advert for the ‘Squatty Potty’.
Well… someone likes a bit of foil.
Zinester is a not-for-profit social enterprise initiative whose goal is to give marginalised people a voice by teaching them to make and publish their stories.
‘What I Saw in the Water’, surrealist painting by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, 1938.