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Project Unbreakable

Project Unbreakable
You may have noticed that Project Unbreakable has been pretty quiet lately. For a few months now, those of us at Unbreakable have been making some pretty big life changes, and we have had to figure out where Unbreakable is placed. It has been a very long and incredible journey, but we are saddened to say that we will be closing our doors. We will finish posting all the submissions we have, but after we run out, we are no longer going to be accepting submissions for the website (but everything will remain up – we aren’t deleting anything.) We hope you understand, and we are grateful for your support. A note from Grace: I can’t really sum up almost 4 years of doing this project and I am having a very difficult time writing this. I would be lying if I said that the rumors from other activists about my integrity didn’t get to me. But that is not why I am leaving the project. Please take care of yourselves. A note from Christina:

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Apollo 15 Map and Image Library No copyright is asserted for NASA photographs. If a recognizable person appears in a photo, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity. Photos may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, process or service, or used in any other manner that might mislead. Accordingly, it is requested that if a NASA photograph is used in advertising and other commercial promotion, layout and copy be submitted to NASA prior to release. Cameras Travel the World: Disposable Memory Project In 2008 British technical creative director, Matthew Knight, had a unique idea: start leaving disposable cameras out for the public with instructions to be picked up, used to capture a couple of pictures and then passed on to others. Called the Disposable Memory Project he was hopeful that this photography experiment would be successful. Would people use the cameras and pass them on? How far would the cameras travel? Would they be returned?

From The Loft Back soon Feb 12th, 2013 by admin From the loft is having a break. You can still access all of the previous posts. The Past in Color: Bringing Old Photographs to Life Did you ever stop to think that the black and white photographed world of the past actually occurred in color just like today? Sanna Dullaway, an artist from Sweden, gave us a glimpse of what this colorful world looked like. Dullaway took old, iconic pictures and colorized them using Photoshop. She cleaned up the photos and converted them from black and white to her own interpretation of what the colors may have looked like.

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Breaking The Fifth Wall: Visual Essay On Our Perception Yovcho Gorchev not only completed a masters in architecture, but a masters in film design as well. These combined interests of design and film have led him to become a narrative driven, mixed media artist. His latest endeavor, Breaking The Fifth Wall, entails Gorchev creating mind-blowing images in the GIF platform and using them to posit new theories of human perception, the diminishing value of physical space, and sensory experiments of a metaphysical nature. As an artist, Yovcho is inspired by characters, spaces, systems and atmospheres navigated through surreal scenarios and unlikely narratives. He is inspired by the dreamlike landscape of the mind, and the narratives formed by those parts of life we are not always aware of being present.

Landscape Photography Melts into Color Fields See Also An Entire Film in One Frame: Movie Bar Code Schlaug has been exhibiting his work since way back in 1982. The photographs we bring you here are atypical of his normal series’: he rarely uses digital methods in his work. Over the years his subjects have revolved around capturing architecture and his travels centered mainly in sunny Spain. The body of work has a straight forward honesty that allows the subjects to largely speak for themselves, un-burdened by stylistic messages from the artist.