Category: Photography

Daniel Blackman

Dan Blackman’s portfolio is filled with really amazing work, but I was particularly drawn to his ongoing rebrand of the Pointer Brand of clothing. I love pointers, but I really like his blend of sans serif and serif fonts, with a sprinkling of script here and there. It’s immediately Americana, which make perfect sense because [...]

Sean Fennessy

Some very American photography by Australian Sean Fennessy. By American, of course, I’m complimenting him — his body of work can easily be compared to the likes of Robert Frank, Robert Adams or other early photographers of the American West. It’s just stuff I’m easily attracted to, because it’s so damn good. See more at [...]

December 10 / 2012
Author John
Category Book, Photography, Website
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Camp and Furnace

Because I like hiking, mountain biking, fishing and the outdoors in general, it might come as no surprise that I really dig the art direction Liverpool-based design firm Smiling Wolf gave to Camp and Furnace, a unique multi-use space comprised of redeveloped warehouses. Studios, bars, and even a hotel make this somewhat of a hip [...]

November 13 / 2012

Jack Trench Cabinet Makers

One day when I’m rich and famous, or just rich, I’ll be able to hire bespoke cabinet makers like Jack Trench Ltd to visit my home and make magic out of the sad section of my home I call a kitchen. We all know that we are only as creative as our surroundings, which is [...]

October 19 / 2012

Frieze Art Fair Campaign

The thought of fireworks during the daytime never really occurred to me, which is why I really appreciate this campaign for the Frieze Art Fair, in London. Produced by London-based design firm Graphic Thought Facility, the combination of CMYK-like streaks of color combine and clash with the natural white clouds, creating a minimalist abstract painting. [...]

October 05 / 2012

Tom Hull

Tom Hull organizes is photography portfolio online in Commissions, Projects, and Series. They each contain excellent work, ranging from perfectly-lit editorial pieces, to voyeuristic snapshots, but it’s the Series category that piques my interest the most. The examples above are from Series Three, and offer a good example of the modern American West. Hull seems [...]

July 13 / 2012
Author John
Category Photography
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Christopher Payne

Is there a book on the number of photographers schooled in architecture? I’m no anthropologist, just something you notice perusing design and photography portfolios as much as I do. Anyway, Christopher Payne is among the most talented of architect-turned-documentary-photographers I’ve seen. My favorite work of his can be seen in the “Textiles” category, where Mr. [...]

June 27 / 2012
Author John
Category Photography
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Cabin Porn

What a great name, huh? Run by the artist community, Beaver Brook, Cabin Porn is exactly what you might expect – a website devoted to inspiration for your “quiet place somewhere.” Users can submit a photo of their cabin along with a short blurb of what makes it awesome, and that’s about that. See more [...]

May 30 / 2012
Author John
Category Design, Photography
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Ali Bosworth

Ali Bosworth is a Canadian photographer from Victoria, BC. A prolific shooter, Bosworth’s photograph’s tend to focus on the suburban landscape. Throughout almost all of his series of pictures, there also appears a red-headed muse – a girlfriend I assume – that accompanies him on his photo-finding adventures. I went through his most recent group [...]

May 14 / 2012
Author John
Category Photography
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Simon Harsnet

The title of Simon Harnet’s project, Melt: Portrait of an Iceberg, can be a little misleading. While it is certainly a descriptive title, it might also project global warming as the primary cause. Icebergs are certainly the first thing we think of whenever global warming is the topic, however, it is impossible to know if [...]

May 01 / 2012
Author John
Category Photography
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