Sacha Goldberger’s Superhero Grandma

Sacha Goldberger’s Superhero Grandma

Photography // Friday, February 28, 2014
When photographer Sacha Goldberger saw that his 91-year-old grandmother, Frederika, was stuck in a sorrowful state of apathy and unhappiness, he made it his goal to correct this through a new photographic project. The result was a collection of images where he created a superhero persona played by his grandmother in full costumes including face paint and props. 
Herra Kuulapaa's High Speed Photos of Bullets

Herra Kuulapaa's High Speed Photos of Bullets

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 28, 2014
Finnish photographer's Herra Kuulapaa's high speed photographs capture bullets traveling at more than 800 mph! In the series, High Speed Ballistics, Kuulapaa shows ammunition from various guns paused in mid-flight, flame, gun powder sprays and all. 
"Taliban" by Thomas Dworzak

"Taliban" by Thomas Dworzak

Photography // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Thomas Dworzak discovered these photographs in 2002 in an abandoned portrait studio in the Middle East and was subsequently published in a book. With so many misperceptions and unwarranted hatred around Islam faith in America it is very interesting to see the portrayal of the extremist group, the Taliban, on their own terms. In these photographs with humorous European backgrounds, they seem harmless... 
Examining the Mind of a Killer Through Food

Examining the Mind of a Killer Through Food

Photography // Thursday, February 27, 2014
In Henry Hargreaves’s body of work “No Seconds,” he photographs the final meals requested by death row inmates which are paired with text describing the requested meal, the name of the criminal, and the crime he/she committed. Photographed in the style of a visual survey, each image appeals to a person’s desire to understand the inner workings of their criminal minds. 
the landscape photography of Weerapong Chaipuck

the landscape photography of Weerapong Chaipuck

Photography // Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The abundant color, texture and unique artistry of Weerapong Chaipuck's photography stems from his talents in long-exposure, patience and timing. Specializing in landscape photography and the affect that seasons have on atmosphere and lighting, Chaipuck retired from his medical profession to travel the remote parts of Southeast Asia...
Finnish Seniors Photographed as Elements of the Landscape

Finnish Seniors Photographed as Elements of the Landscape

Photography // Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The series “Eyes As Big As Plates” is an ongoing collaboration between photographers Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth which began in May 2011 in Norway with senior members of the area. 
“Zorg in Nederland” by Roel Visser

“Zorg in Nederland” by Roel Visser

Photography // Wednesday, February 26, 2014
I know almost nothing about about Roel Visser, except that he is Dutch. The book I looked at wasn’t in English and neither is his website, but he has shown a decent bit around Europe. The images are from the book “Zorg in Nederland”, in which it seems the man was given complete access to a hospital.
The photography of Bill Henson

The photography of Bill Henson

Photography // Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Bill Henson is a prolific Australian photographer. He is primarily known for his work with adolescents, which addresses sexuality and gender in a beautifully ambiguous manner. The bodies seem to be floating in endless space, illuminated in a dramatic light. These photographs could easily be cinematic stills. 
Metallus Photography

Metallus Photography

Erotica // Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Metallus Photography was born in 1969 and currently resides in Thessaloniki, Greece. Metallus takes beautiful, dark photographs feauring dancers in dramaticaly lit spaces, contrasting the grace of the aerobic form with the harshness of confined interiors. Metallus writes that "taking pictures is totally personal. Sometimes, when my photos create discussions I haven't met before, then I feel happy."
Taryn Simon’s "Birds of the West Indies" @ Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

Taryn Simon’s "Birds of the West Indies" @ Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

Photography // Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Photographer Taryn Simon’s body of work entitled Birds of West Indies pulls inspiration from a 1936 taxonomy publication of the same name by American ornithologist James Bond, who also happens to be the individual that Ian Fleming based his famous secret agent character James Bond. In her images, Simon searched for and photographed items from James Bond movies... 

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