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first image 'fore!' by allan teger as part of the bodyscapes® photographic series self-taught american photographer allan teger has sent designboom new images from his body of work 'bodyscapes®', with a series of black and white photographs depicting miniature scenes on the nude body mimicking various landscapes. the images are not double exposures and uses no digital manipulation, only small scale figures arranged on the naked form to illustrate predominantly outdoor activities, where a belly-button may act as a lake or a sculpted derrière as a mountain. teger was initially trained as a psychologist, with the bodyscapes® concept evolving from his teaching as an academic counselor. teger would lecture readings on tao te ching, the bhagavad-gita, books by ram Dass, carl rogers, huxley, watts and others. the notions of altered realities, subjective reality, and mystical consciousness became part of his artistic understanding. teger describes the development of his work:
Photos by David Orias Long exposure photos of waves with the light reflected just below the crest. I am often asked where the colors on my waves come from.
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Ribbon always wanted to have the last touch in packaging. I have also seen a lot of jewelries and accessories made with ribbons, but I have never seen such a lovely 3D animal-shaped ribbon. ‘Ribbonesia’ is the art project, which artist and illustrator ‘BAKU’ Maeda has been working on. In his collection, you can see a lot of joy and fun and I believe Baku Maeda feels happy making each of them.
Kaleidoscopes. Not only a brilliant word, but also some of the best fun in a tube you can have, apart from eating Pringles of course. As a child I’d spend ages looking into them sometimes even two at a time, which is probably why my eyesight is so bad. As a result, I have been unashamedly drawn to Andy Gilmore’s geometric grids of wonderment. There’s something so colourful and mathematically perfect about these works that it makes me crave for symmetry in every aspect of my life. Created simply with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Andy says he uses “just the basic tools and a lot of time”, highlighting the painstaking effort that’s gone into them.
5 Sep Click to enlarge Steve Duncan is an urban historian, explorer and photographer of the urban underground.
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The gig poster scene isn’t exactly the best kept secret among music fiends like myself. It is a tradition that started in the 60′s and is still going strong.
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