Ever thought how silly some stock images look? Well, now you can be part of such silly representation of daily life activities and emotions. Join the “stocking is the new planking” project launched Projekt202. Choose your favorite stock image on either Corbis, Getty, iStockphoto etc… and take a picture of yourself in the same position, with the same camera angle, with the same facial expression.
When you were young, did your momma always say: “Eat your veggies!”? Well, I guess you would if they looked like this.
Photographer Carl Kleiner is creator of these Veggie identities. Not only Veggie humans, but Veggie animals too. Check out the Butternut squash lion for example.
And while you’re at it: get inspired by his other photography too
Throughout history, photographers have turned their cameras on the extreme human conditions present within the populous urban core. Polluted and unhealthy, characterised by dangerous class divisions and social tension, the metropolitan area is a place of degeneration and decadence, and at many levels embodies society’s ills. GUP’s Metropolitan theme is justified by renowned photographers like Michael Najjar, Wayne Lawrence, WassinkLundgren, Albrecht Gerlach, Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre, Hassan Hajjaj, Alain Delorme, Xavi Comas, Murat Germen and many others.
GUP – The Metropolitan Issue (180 pages, 48 more then usual) is available in stores around the globe from today.
What happens when you let children use oil crayons or pencils to express their imagination through drawing sketches. You get silliest, wackiest, the most unbelievable scenes that look like the are out of this world. But, what would happen if you tried to bring these absurd children’s drawing into life by reconstructing them. This is how children’s drawings brought to life look like. Only from Japan.
Frenchman Leo Caillard was surprised that museum visitors are more often staring at their iPhone than looking at the artworks that he made a website which shows how digital technology is effecting the museum experience.
“Hold it in your hand and sweep back and forth just like a brush! It’s magic.” This is the slogan for the “PrintBrush 4X6,” a pocket-sized inkjet printer with a built-in digital camera. I’m curious to see how well this device prints on different surfaces, especially because it is inkjet. The “PrintBrush 4×6″ shall be available in stores sometime next year.
New York is a city of characters. Throughout 2009, The New York Times introduced snipets of the lives of 54 New Yorkers. On the subway and in the streets, from the intensity of Midtown to the intimacy of neighborhood blocks, is a 305-square-mile parade of people with something to say. One in 8 Million is a collection of a few of their passions and problems, relationships and routines, vocations and obsessions.