Alexey Bednij is a Russian photographer who manipulates photos of people and animals to capture this stunning shadow photography.
i love that just when you think it has all been done, someone proves you wrong.
winner of the dominant colour contest.
“wrestler” from sucheta das in india.
london photographed in puddles.
something to look forward to in my move there.
i love a good street style blog. i used to be a fan of lookbook until it was full of people who had clearly spent hours crafting their outfit and then another few hours photo shopping their images into trendy perfection.
coggles (which is an awesome online store i stumbled across through the asos website of all places) has their own street style blog. it’s refreshingly raw and understated. and yet apparently the uk’s largest street style blog.
my aim is to be one of these people. keep an eye out for me on the blog.
instruments from the inside. images used for a campaign with the berlin philharmonika. i love how grand and elegant the campaign feels.
barbie recreations of art classics.
incredible work from an aussie underwater photographer. what i like about his style is that he separates himself from all the other surf photographers, instead he focuses on people and their relationship to the water. powerful.
you’ve seen it a million times before - brands that do the photography comp thing. but the entries in ray ban’s photography awards actually have skills. so much so i couldnt pick two of my favs. so i made it eight.
log on here to vote for your fav: http://www.pedestrian.tv/ray-ban-photography-awards/
loving topshop’s tumblr.
tumblr is a great medium for brands to connect online and the brilliant part about this one, is that topshop are not just focusing on their own products. they’re photographing interesting fashion and people in london (at london fashion week at the moment) to inspire their followers and ultimately drive them to topshop for the latest trends.
i thought i was doing relatively ok with my career until i stumbled across nirrimi hakanson. a photographer from queensland, she starting shooting when she was 13. by 18 she’s already been commissioned to work on campaigns for brands such as diesel, billabong and commbank.
her work is ah-mazing - beautifully composed and a little bit vintage.
see for yourself
it’s raining and it’s dark and everyone is hungover, so my inspiration is a little moodier today.
frances bean cobain.
i dont know what it is about these photos but they’re kickass. they’re intense, wild and a bit haunting. but would we care as much if she weren’t kurt cobain’s daughter? probably not.