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Erik Johansson Photo & Retouch

Erik Johansson Photo & Retouch

« The Adventures of Mr. Fly » – La vie des mouches par le photographe Nicholas Hendrickx “The Adventures of Mr. Fly” – La vie des mouches par le photographe Nicholas Hendrickx “The Adventures of Mr. Fly” est un projet de photographies de Nicholas Hendrickx, sur la vie quotidienne des mouches. (cliquez pour agrandir) via Bored Panda Daniel Usenko photography / Domenico Apruzzo Across the Universe In the Playroom – Comment les enfants jouent avec l’actualité choquante In the Playroom – Comment les enfants jouent avec l’actualité choquante “In the Playroom” est un projet du photographe Jonathan Hobin qui a voulu montrer à travers ses clichés comment l’actualité choquante et la télévision déteignaient sur l’imagination et la vie des enfants… “Dear Leader” “The Twins” “American Idol” “39 Lashes” “The Saints” “White Nights” “Vegas Wedding” “Spring Break” “Seal Heart” “Diana’s Dead” “Boxing Day” “A Boo Grave” Jonathan Hobin / via

The Photojojo Store! - the Most Awesome Photo Gifts and Gear for Photographers Venice Beach Street Art: Mural by Kristel Mar 25, 2010 | Comments 0 This mural found on Abbot Kinney in Venice Beach California is a gem that encompasses all that is california, colorful, laid back and artistic. Venice Beach Mural by Kristel Filed Under: Art • Artist • Featured • Sidebar Photoblog • Street Art You might also be interested in: : Kristel • Mural • Street Art • venice beach • Venice Beach Mural Break Stuff! High-speed photographs by Alan Sailer . Photos © Alan Sailer Link via Bumbumbum

Most Interesting Libraries of the World The Royal library Black Diamond at the waterfront of Copenhagen owes its name to the black granite from Zimbabwe used for the facade of the building. The name was used by the public first and has been adapted officially later. Design by the Danish architects Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen. Photography by Mirage Bookmark Flickr.com Pictographs by Eggertsson : FORTPORT Pictographs by Eggertsson Posted by Aaron on Thursday, December 16, 2010 · 3 Comments Well travelled, heavily awarded, born in 1984, and the pride of Iceland, Siggi Eggertsson has more g’s in his name than anyone you will ever know. Siggie says that work has always been his hobby. I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone say it quite like that before. After studying graphic design in Reykjavik at the Iceland Academy of the Arts, Siggi moved to New York, Berlin, London, back to Iceland, and finally back to Berlin, where he currently works on his hobby. After seeing some of his client work and personal projects the urge to jump into illustrator and start making pictograms is hard to fight.

Des pigeons photographes pour la photographie aérienne en 1907 Des pigeons photographes pour la photographie aérienne en 1907 Et oui, les pigeons photographes ont existé et on réellement été utilisé pour la photographie aérienne ! Le principe fut inventé par Julius Neubronner en 1907, et le procédé fut utilisé pendant la guerre avant d’être abandonné, puis réutilisé à des fins d’espionnage… via

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