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Convoy is a lifestyle oriented blog with focus on Interiors, Architecture, Apparel, Vehicles and other interesting items. The blog started in 2009 as a personal space to bookmark and collect imagery i stumbled upon across the web, but also somewhere to share my own photography. If you are the original owner of any work featured on the blog and want it removed, please send me a message. I do not profit economically from the use of any of these photos. If there's a photo or project you would like to have featured and you think would fit. Get in touch! Fredrik Posse

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Andrés Medina Photography ………………………………… Niebla Del latín Nebûla This is an emotional work, and in a way romantic as well, a way of seeing desolate landscapes populated by the mist. Places located halfway between the city and its periphery, blank spaces with an absolute absence of human presence, but full of memories for me, as an attempt to question my questions. I consider this work as a phase of my emotional state, and the moments I took these pictures were a means of expression. Watch the fanzine video.

j4rr0d JARROD BURKE 8261 followers excdus: A Thousand Souls“In reality however, every ego, so far from being a unity is in the highest degree a manifold world, a constellated heaven, a chaos of forms, of states and stages, of inheritances and potentialities. PhotoSpace Next PhotoSpace A photo space for inspiration! 0 notes 0 notes Bloesem Friday, 4 March 2016 by Irene Hoofs We're officially moving to our new online platform, BloesemDesign.com! *throws confetti and pops champagne* It's been a long time coming and we're beyond thrilled to finally share with you guys this big step we're taking.

Sagmeister & Walsh - Work Sagmeister & Walsh - Work Sagmeister & Walsh NewsletterSubscription Navigate Home Work Answers Press About Us News/Blog Store t f B l w s Sans H 2nd Aug 2013 | 36,657 notes (Source: pinec0nez, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y) 2nd Aug 2013 | 2,716 notes (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y) 2nd Aug 2013 | 800 notes (Source: our-farm-wedding, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y) inner believer inner believer » personal Archive Subscribe Talk to me cause i'm lonely 473 notes (Source: justbreatheandlive-yeah, via telepathicmagic) 654 notes Rectangle shoes by Maria Nina Vaclavek reveal feet outlines These rectangular shoes by student designer Maria Nina Vaclavek play on the contrast between geometric forms and the curving shape of the wearers feet (+ slideshow). Maria Nina Vaclavek said that the process used to make her Rectangle shoes was based on the way early humans formed their primitive leather footwear. "I chose the first shoe ever made by man in prehistoric times to brace against cold and chafing as an inspiration," Vaclavek told Dezeen. "I based my work more on the method of fabrication than the visual aspect of the shoe." "The caveman hunted down an animal, skinned it and wrapped the leather – still raw and warm – around his foot where he tightened it with bast," she continued.

James Wojcik Photography James Wojcik is an accomplished still life photographer working in editorial and advertising in both online and traditional media. Mr. Wojcik graduated from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in 1981 with a B.F.A. in Photography, is based in New York City and has worked with clients in major image capitals globally. His compelling photos have appeared in media such as Vogue, Vogue Brasil, Italian Vogue Gioiello, New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, French Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, Teen Vogue, Allure and Time Magazine to illustrate stories ranging from food to beauty, fashion to finance, technology to teenagers. Mr. Wojcik has photographed successful campaigns for clients including Nike, Gap, Target, K-Swiss, Clinique, D&G, Nestle, DKNY, AT & T, Vera Wang, MTV, Coach, Mumm’s, and H.

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