meninthistown:

Flanel. 

meninthistown:

Flanel. 

tigermlk:

neest:

The Keeper (par Radu Lungu)

that light.

tigermlk:

neest:

The Keeper (par Radu Lungu)

that light.

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Oleg Oprisco | on Tumblr (Ukraine)

Born in the small city of Lviv in western Ukraine, photographer Oleg Oprisсo worked as an operator at a photo lab from the age of 16. At age 18, he moved to Kiev, where he began his professional photography career. At age 23, he changed from digital capture to film.

Oprisсo is known for his beautiful and very inspired stagging: “Each of my photos is inspired by a scene from real life. That is the perfect source of inspiration for me as there is so much beauty to it. Perhaps today on your way to work, when you were observing the world around you, that was the scene to inspire my next photograph. Of course there are my own changes that I add to the reality, such as characters, props, location, and light… I am constantly involved in a search for inspiration and ideas.” (src. Seamless)

© All images courtesy of the artist

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annstreetstudio:

Absence makes the heart grow fonder…but it’s good to send reminders every now and then.

While I was away on a trip, I used Canon’s PIXMA MG7120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One Printer and its magical cloud capabilities to surprise Kevin with images from my travels…it was a way for us to feel connected even if miles apart…

thebricklanegallery:

Ivan Dokov (from Sofia, Bulgaria) is a photographer who has been studying in London for the last 5 years. After finishing a foundation course at Chelsea College of Art and Design he did a Psychology degree at Roehampton University, but half way into that degree he changed direction and transferred to a photography course at the same university. This diverse background has sparked an interest in the hidden. The worlds that exist around us, but fall behind our perception. Ivan explores these realms with his selected medium, experimenting with different cameras and techniques taking full advantage of digital and analogue methods. 

Ivan Dokov is exhibiting in PHOTOGRAPHY NOW at The Brick Lane Gallery - The Annexe from 20th - 31st August 2014. To find out more about PHOTOGRAPHY NOW or to exhibit in a future exhibition please email info@thebricklanegallery.com 

(Source: ivandokov.com)

mullitover:

JONATHAN CHERRY: What did you want to be growing up?

MICHAEL GEORGE: A veterinarian. Hands down. There was an animal clinic not too far from my house growing up and whenever we had to take my dog in for a checkup I would peek into the back room and watch the vets use all of the nonsensical scientific instruments with wide little eyes. I have a slightly absurd love for all animals and I know I will inevitably be that guy who treats his dog like a child.

JC: Who or what is inspiring you at the moment?

MG: I want to live in the color tones from the show Looking on HBO. The novel TransAtlantic by Colum McCann is helping me escape from my time on the subway. Visually I have recently been falling for Jamie Hawkesworth's portraits.

JC: What are you up to right now?

MG: Right now? Answering emails in my underwear. In a broader sense I am looking forward to translating my multimedia project Portrait of a Pilgrim into a printed book. My big goal for this year is to tackle my student loans and find work that is more in line with my personal photography.

JC: Have you had mentors along the way?

MG: Jake Stangel and Ryan Pfluger are both good friends and longtime idols. Without them I don’t think I would be anywhere near where I am today. Their talent shows no bounds and they’re so generous when it comes to keeping me from feeling lost in the industry.

JC: Where are you based right now and how is it shaping you?

MG: Brooklyn, New York and it is kicking my ass, but that’s why I live here. New York is the most beautiful mess and I find myself smothered with inspiration from theater, comedy, art shows, and fellow freelancers on a daily basis. However I live right next to Prospect Park and I make it a point to find a balance between retreating upstate for a hike, running in the park, and diving into the city. People don’t think it’s possible to live here as a creative and have a life that isn’t completely manic. I like to think I break that mold.

JC: One piece of advice to photography graduates?

MG: Lock every camera you have in a fire safe for a week. Travel for a few days, spend time with people you love, and try to find the most beautiful sunset in your city. If you spend half that time feeling tortured and in pain like you might explode if you experience anymore splendor without a camera, then go to that fire safe, take everything out, and proceed as normal. If you feel relieved and rather nonchalant then you should probably give up now because there are plenty of people who need to take photographs that will leave you in the dust.

JC: If all else fails - what is your plan B?

MG: I thrive on community, positivity, and activism. If I were to give up now it is likely I would head straight for a career working at a non-profit fighting for LGBT rights or arts education funding.

JC: Is it important to you to be a part of a creative community?

MG: It isn’t just important it is necessary. Being a freelancer is like living in a circle of people who are all pushing each other forward.

@mullitovercc

urbanoutfitters:

No pants are the best pants. (Photography by Devyn Galindo)

urbanoutfitters:

No pants are the best pants. (Photography by Devyn Galindo)

(Source: dig-image, via printalloverme)