I did not see it right away … do you? Can you tell …? And now? Yes it is laundry! The LAUNDRY project took photographer Sivan Askayo to Madrid, Barcelona, London, Florence, Venice and Buenos Aires to snap the anonymously displayed drying clothing.
Entries Tagged as 'Photography'
February 20th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Fashion, Photography
The Sartorialist was one of the first (fashion) blogs I came across on the internet … this is a great little movie about the man behind that blog.
December 31st, 2010 · 1 Comment · Life, Photography
Dear friends and readers, as the year comes to an end and a new one begins… I like to thank every one of you for reading The Latest Story, for all of your comments, participation and support this year. Thanks! I wish you a happy, loving and peaceful 2011! Photo by A.K.
October 22nd, 2010 · 1 Comment · Photography
It’s been a while since I showed a photographer on this blog, so it’s about time! Dutch photographer Ellen Kooi, lives and works in Haarlem, The Netherlands. She did her training at the Minerva Academy in Groningen and at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam. Ellen’s work is represented by galleries throughout the [...]
May 10th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Photography
Suzanne Jongmans (1978) makes serene portraits who have the ambience of the paintings by Vermeer in the 17th century. Like the famous painters she places her models against a neutral background. Clothing is carefully draped. The light accent falls on the face. The serene atmosphere is enhanced by the soft look of the photo. She [...]
February 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Art, Photography
Beautiful pictures of Norwegian photographer, Rune Guneriussen. His photos are mostly of everyday objects such as telephones, lamps or chairs situated in a natural landscape. In other words; artificial objects in comparison with nature. Photo’s of the Norwegian photographer Rune Guneriussen.
August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Art, Fashion, Handmade, Nature, Photography
Sometimes when you see a picture, you think…what in heavens name is this? One of those pictures is a photo out of the fabulous book “Shoe Fleur” A Footwear Fantasy. An inspiring book by award-winning photographer and artist Michel Tcherevkoff. The avant-garde concept behind this book is an imaginary collection of botanical shoes and handbags [...]
July 24th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Architecture, Photography
I am a fan of black and white photography. Especially black and white photos with nice modernist homes in them. Someone who made that type of photos was the famous architectural photographer Julius Shulman. He died last week, he was 98 years old. If you like to see the incredible photos he made, please go [...]