Spotlight on Street Photography Blogs Public places, candid snapshots, fleeting moments captured. That’s what street photography is all about, and the following eight blogs do it beautifully: Jimmy on the Run 365 From the Archive Über die Webbographie The Rare White Lion, a photo from Attiki, Attica Critiques | Translate carper hoi Panos, This is a great head of a lion. My compliments for it.
Overview The Photo Art Fair is a four-day exhibition of carefully curated, collectable works from up to 50 international photographers. As a brand new show, the Photo Art Fair is designed to provide visitors with the unique opportunity to purchase collectable photographs direct from both undiscovered and emerging artists. Photo Art Fair’s central manifesto of ‘intelligent collecting’ will connect photographers with established and potential collectors. Hundreds of photographic art works will be available at the exhibition with an online gallery to cater to international buyers and enthusiasts around the world which will launch on May 6. In addition to the new and established talents on display, the exhibition will see Gert Elfering’s personal collection of previously unseen works of Will McBride, which includes reportage and portrait images. The event will also feature panel discussions, talks, Q&As and workshops from some of the most established and talented practitioners in their field.
Photographer Martin Klimas Paints Like Pollock With Sound How do you paint with sound? It’s a good question and the answer comes from German photographer Martin Klimas. He starts by putting different colored paint on top of a speaker over some translucent material, then cranks up the volume. The vibrations of the speaker shoot the paint into the air creating beautiful patterns and sculptural forms, and Klimas snaps them with his camera while in flight.
The Art of OaKoAk Some of the best street art has humor built into it. In the case of French street artist, OaKoAk, they take what the city gives to them and creates a witty street piece. Who hasn't wanted to turn a tile doorstep into a piano, or a sewer cover into a Viking's shield? A lot of these pieces are simple statements done very well.
In Print Published biannually, 8 Magazine looks beneath the surface and shines a spotlight on the issues that shape our world. Over a period of ten years in publication, 8 magazine took the traditional format of words and pictures to a new level. For each issue, we chose a theme to explore, usually a contemporary issue that requires investigating and understanding, and seek the best ways to bring the subject to light. 106 of the most beloved Street Art Photos More info. More info. More Banksy on Street Art Utopia. More info. More 3D on Street Art Utopia. More of this on streetartutopia.com. JPG: Blog Of the Week Posted by Shayla Simmons — 14 Apr 2014 Photo of the Week Struggle by mark burban Story of the Week "Birds of St. Augustine"
Spirit of the Horse Gallery “Alchemy” “In the alchemy of destinyTime is a window to other selvesAs we remember who we once wereAnd who we wanted to be We can rememberWhat we came here forWhat we can forgiveAnd what we can change HMAb — HeatherMortonArt buyer One of my favourite things about this show is that it includes so much variety. Subject matter, technique and of course style- the show is a lovely mixture. Plus, it represents photographers in very different places in their careers. Established shooters like Lee Towndrow are showing fantastic work that warrants more attention.
Animal Artist - Donna Crawshaw - Wildlife Animal Paintings Paintings of foxes, deer, hares and other wild animals are a popular subject for the animal artist Donna Crawshaw. Animal paintings of British wildlife birds and mammals are a speciality but other wild animals such as African big cats are often featured in Donna Crawshaw’s paintings and commissions. Design Arts Daily What are some of your favorite things about living and working in Richmond, VA? I was born in South Carolina and have since lived in Germany, Texas, North Carolina, Nebraska, South Korea, Hawaii, Colorado, Florida, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. Some of my favorite things about Richmond are the community of artists that I've shared a studio with (Ally Hodges, Josh George, Sterling Hundley, Aaron Riley, Edward Kinsella, Andrew R.
National Geographic Cities have existed for thousands of years and can be traced back to the river valley civilizations of Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq), Egypt, India, and China. At first, these settlements depended largely on agriculture and domestic cattle, but as they grew in size they became centers for merchants and traders. Urban growth, also known as urbanization, accelerated dramatically with the advent of industrialization some 200 years ago.
In Focus On Wednesday, on a hill in China's Chongqing municipality, 34-year-old beekeeper She Ping covered himself in 460,000 bees weighing 45.65kg (100 pounds) in a publicity stunt to promote his honey sales. The bee suit fell well short of the record 135 lbs claimed by India's Vipin Seth, according to Guinness. Ping claims he was stung about 20 times during the 40-minute stunt. [12 photos] Choose: She Ping, a 34 year-old beekeeper, covered with a swarm of bees on a small hill in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on April 9, 2014.