Notes: 542 / 5 months ago
one of my favorites from strangelives exhibition
on view at Artget Gallery in Belgrade until tuesday, the 8th of October
courtesy of strange.rs
photo from my instagram
Notes: 21 / 7 months ago
It’s been a while since I posted anything of my own work so here’s a piece of our Habitat that we built when we were at Lefkada Island this June.
It’s a privilege to see it posted with so many exquisite photos in Holidays section of dearest Le Journal de la Photographie - one of my favorite places for photography online.
Notes: 74 / 11 months ago
Going through my archives, remembered one of my projects - girls with cameras, so I present one to you now, Serbian edition
(as some of you might not know, I have a passion for ladies with cameras ;)
This beauty is from amazing and quite productive young photographer from Belgrade, Katarina Šoškić (miskomunikata on tumblr)
Hope you’ll like her work as much as I do.
Notes: 48 / 1 year ago
if you go down to the woods today….
snowy Botanical Garden, Belgrade
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from rerylikes (originally from tqvinn)
Thomas Quinn | tqvinn on Tumblr - Face reality as it is
I just did a little test with something called ‘anamorphic typography’. Essentially, it is an illusion where the type looks just right when viewed from the exact right spot, but it looks stretched and warped when viewed from elsewhere in the room. We might be doing something similar in a HOLLY HUNT showrooms later this year, so I did this in a room above my parents’ garage to make sure I could pull it off when the time comes. For what it is worth, I certainly didn’t invent this sort of thing, and I’d like to give lots of credit to this project by Joseph Egan and Hunter Thompson for tipping me off to the idea, as well as the artist Felice Varini, who is doing this sort of thing on a much larger and much more impressive scale.
thanks to rerylikes
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“Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow. Carl Jung called this his shadow work. He said we never see others. Instead we see only aspects of ourselves that fall over them. Shadows. Projections. Our associations. The same way old painters would sit in a tiny dark room and trace the image of what stood outside a tiny window, in the bright sunlight. The camera obscura. Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down.”
more photos @ statigram
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