Friday, January 30, 2009



a survey of london's remaining professional darkrooms.

By Richard Nicholson

This series just makes me want to set up a darkroom, and start printing again, I might just do.

Via: Notcot

Friday, January 23, 2009

The Balloon Hat Experience.

Traveling around the world, taking pictures, making balloon hats, watching everybody smile; it just seems to be an out of the ordinary but beautiful routine in the life of these photographers. This project is truly what thinking outside the box meant.

The Balloon Hat Experience.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Moments in NIcaragua

Here are a few images from Nicaragua, I still have a few rolls to developed. Here are some random images that wont make the sites gallery, yet I like the feel of them. A lot of good times and good memories from the trip! I will be posting more Nicaraguan images in the weeks to come. Shot with Nikon FE 50mm TMAX 400

Saturday, January 17, 2009


Now with Mateo around is hard to watch certain movies while he sleeps, so we have been watching quite a few documentaries, because they lack the low dialogue and the loud explosions.
So here are a few that we think are worth watching.

Not going to get into giving sypnosis here do the research and watch it if it sounds interesting.
We think they are good!

Mateo Cousteau García @ 6 Months

He is growing so fast!, life is great!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Very interesting Documentary

Copyright Criminals, a documentary about digital samplings head-on collision with copyright law, features many of hip-hop musics celebrated figures—including Public Enemy, De La Soul, the Beastie Boys, and Digital Underground—as well as emerging artists from record labels Definitive Jux, Rhymesayers, Ninja Tune, and more. The documentary also provides an in-depth look at artists who have been sampled, such as former James Brown drummer Clyde Stubblefield, as well as commentary by another highly sampled musician, funk legend George Clinton.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Louis Porter

Louis Porter was born in the north of England in 1977 and has been based in Melbourne, Australia since 2001.

Friday, January 9, 2009


Check out this portuguese speaking artist`s flickr.

Siggeir ..........

"A man with a computer and a vision. Letting his imagination do the work. Sig uses his digital graphic intensity and explodes it onto a canvas, nobody is safe. Whether it's popular culture icons, politics or musicians or the firm belief in the old world."

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Sam Bassett a great photographer and film maker. He has done many portraits that have a personality of their own. Awesome stuff.

Julien Vallée

Awesome work by a Canadian/German based artist.
Check it out here.

Monday, January 5, 2009

David Ellis: "Baker's"

Taken directly from his youtube?

David Ellis is a visionary artist who explores the nexus of art, music, and movement. His "motion paintings" are works recorded in stop-frame animation and assembled into video sequence.

For "Baker's," Ellis painted for eight days in the Theory Gansevoort store. The result is a fast-forward compilation of evolving imagery, which becomes as much a work of art as the painted canvas.

Check it out here.