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Posts Tagged: photography

Tree portraits by Müge Yilmaz

Categories: Art + Graphics
Tree portraits by Müge Yilmaz

Trees show up pretty often when it comes to photography and art. It’s no surprise, really, considering what a huge effect they have on the human race and planet earth. But even when they are captured in photography, are we really seeing their soul? The things that make the tree — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Jenny Harmsen

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Jenny Harmsen

We haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Iceland yet (and we mean a big yet there; it’s definitely on the travel spot wish list), but when we do make it to that far-flung cold land, we sure hope we view it through the same magical, mystical, beautiful lens that photographer Jenny — Continue reading

Casey Dunn: Hoop Dreams

Categories: Art + Graphics
Casey Dunn: Hoop Dreams

Photographer Casey Dunn has started a new personal website called Alexander & Sons, and featured is his pretty awesome photo series “Hoop Dreams.” From his site: “When I was 8 years old my dad came home with a fiber glass basketball goal and put it up in our backyard. After — Continue reading

Ink dropped into water

Categories: Art + Graphics
Ink dropped into water

Experimenting is the key to “see” what happens, in this case, between the material and the color; Alberto Seveso, an Italian photographer uses ink in water to capture, in high speed, these intriguing visual effects. The images appear organic, floating and light; yet they seem to be partially unfamiliar. Shades — Continue reading

Interiors: Tracy’s House

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Interiors: Tracy’s House

We love an ultra modern house. And we love an old modern house that’s been made to look ultra modern. But we also really love a home that embraces its quirks, finds its authentic, true personality and mixes and melds styles and eras until it hits on the perfect mix — Continue reading

Photography: 管子天

Categories: Art + Graphics
Photography: 管子天

Most of us when crossing such lonely terrain would just put our heads down and try not to look until we reach our destination but lucky for us 管子天 looked up long enough to capture some of  these spectacular moments. Its a flat and distant world with figures wondering about with — Continue reading

Functioning, Awesome Nikon Camera Costume

Categories: Fashion + Trends
Functioning, Awesome Nikon Camera Costume

With Halloween weekend a mere days away, if you’re still struggling for the inspiration for the perfect Halloween costume that will bot reflect your love of modern design and show off how clever you are, may we present to you this functioning, life-sized Nikon camera costume? The photographer Tyler Card — Continue reading

Photography: Ville Varumo

Categories: Art + Graphics
Photography: Ville Varumo

Like his Scandinavian brethren, Ville Varumo has an eye for design that is both void of any unnecessary fodder and perfectly executed with little if any visual distractions.  His landscapes are painfully cold and overwhelmingly beautiful. He keeps it all so lonely and indifferent. Going past antiseptic, Varumo’s “Jutta’s Breakfast” photo editorial comes full circle — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Seth Smoot

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Seth Smoot

Another photographer? In one week? Yep. Only this time, no painfully cute animals and pup faces, but still as lovely. You know our love of photography that has the subject matter of seemingly mundane situations. There’s something so direct about a photo that’s not trying to cram as much as — Continue reading

Live Modern: Mikel Irastorza

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Mikel Irastorza

This Spanish designer whose apartment is in San Sebastián, Spain sure knows how to mix styles and create a powerfully decorated space that overtakes the senses. Crisp, clean white walls set the stage for a sleek, stark home that is punctuated with really contemporary modern pieces and fleshed out by great — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Sharon Montrose

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Sharon Montrose

When it comes to different genres within the photography field, no one can argue that while capturing adorable photos of pets, animals and babies isn’t always easy, it totally trumps taking pictures of just about anything else. That doesn’t mean every pet and baby photographer is created equally, though; it’s — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Kenny Trice

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Kenny Trice

As much as we love technology and all the conveniences and wonders it has brought our life (in nearly every area of our life) we can’t help but feel a little sad when we think about how there has been a lot of encroachment on nature by technology and the — Continue reading

Artist: Franscesco Giusti

Categories: Art + Graphics, Fashion + Trends
Artist: Franscesco Giusti

  Fashion week has wrapped up in NY but in the Congo capitol city of Brazzaville, every day is cause for the “Gucci Gucci”. The SAPE (Société des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Élégantes) dress to impress, and may be strutting across a dirt street in a country where the average income is less — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Ye Rin Mok

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Ye Rin Mok

There’s just something so strangely comforting about photographs that aren’t of anything particularly special. Photographs don’t need some fancy, fixed up composition or famous subject matter to arrest the eye or create good art for an interior. These are such amazing photographs by artist Ye Rin Mok. Extraordinarily simple compositions — Continue reading

The Art of Clean Up: Ursus Wehrli

Categories: Art + Graphics
The Art of Clean Up: Ursus Wehrli

You know I try not to get too personal online in the blog—this is about modern design, after all—but when I came across the photography of Ursus Wehrli I had to speak up. See, I like things in order. I like my pantry organized to precision. I like a clean car. — Continue reading

PrintedArt New Photographer Showcase

Categories: Art + Graphics
PrintedArt New Photographer Showcase

We’ve been receiving great submissions from new photographers lately. Here we share a small sample of the beautiful work coming in! Electricity by David Balyeat Brooklyn Bridge by David Balyeat To see more visit David Balyeat’s Portfolio. Butterfly by Robert Rohde To see more visit Robert Rohde Portfolio. Versailles Chandelier — Continue reading

Dianna Snape :: Photography

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Art + Graphics
Dianna Snape :: Photography

What?  Oh, no, that’s okay.  I can wait.  You go ahead and let out that squeal of delight… Done?  Cool, because I totally did the same thing when I spotted the portfolio of Australian photographer Dianna Snape.  I mean seriously, these images are gorgeous.  Could you imagine photographing spaces like — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Leon Alesi

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Leon Alesi

Photographer Leon Alesi’s photo project “Personal Space” is really speaking to us today. There are lots of portraits out there. Lots. But there’s something about these people in their homes that seems so interesting and raw and well, personal. You can tell they’re kind of half candid, half staged. Somehow — Continue reading

PrintedArt’s Photographer’s Choice: Larry Donnelly’s Top Five List

Categories: Art + Graphics
PrintedArt’s Photographer’s Choice: Larry Donnelly’s Top Five List

This week we feature the picks of Larry Donnelly. Donnelly is a photographer who started in his teens after acquiring a Polaroid “Swing” camera – he’s been hooked ever since. Donnelly shoots a variety of subjects with an emphasis on nature and landscape photography. He often sees things in the — Continue reading

PrintedArt’s Photographer’s Choice: Kim Wilson’s Top Five List

Categories: Art + Graphics
PrintedArt’s Photographer’s Choice: Kim Wilson’s Top Five List

This week we feature the picks of Kim Wilson. Wilson specializes in fine art, travel and stock photography, and is a firm believer in living in the moment. “When I shoot,” she says, “I am always in the moment where everything and anything is a possible photographic opportunity.” To see — Continue reading