Came across photos by Li Wei. what the? they make you think a few rounds before figuring out how it´s done. Apparently Li Wei says that his images, often self portraits, aren’t computer montages. But that he works with the help of props mirrors, acrobatics, metal wires. And then removes the wires in photoshop. how ever he does it. Refreshing images.
These beautiful images are a collection called ‘Transition’ by photographer Josef Schulz from Germany. Lift out the sublime in something the ordinary.
The past couple of weeks have been a showcase of moody weathers outside our office in Manly. In an attempt to break away a bit of only posting videos, I am going to start a somewhat of my photography portfolio from the skies.
First off with thunder and lightning because lately we have been seeing some brutal light shows both out to sea and around town. A few times I actually caught the bolts hit hard just blocks away from our house. Voila!
A glimpse of how LA would look without any traffic. It feels pretty surreal.
Imagine the work that the photographer had to go through grabbing every single “clean” piece of road in his footage to recreate the vision.
When I saw The Aurora by Terje Sorgjerd I was blown away by his timelapse of aurora borealis in Russia.
Here he has done it again in what might be an even more amazing capture of the milky way and El Teide in Spain.
While in Sri Lanka we ran into Andreas Chaser who is traveling the world for some time documenting what he finds interesting throughout the journey. He had lots of ideas on what to do with the matrial and even though the trip has just begun, there are many amazing pictures gathered already for “something” in the future.
We look forward seeing more inspirational perspectives from Andreas artistic eye at All the bright lights in the world.
The beast that was sleeping did wake up and come to life in a way that saw surfing change yet again.
During the Billabong Pro 2011 in Tahiti we saw some of the biggest, meanest and scariest waves ridden in competitive surfing.
ASL (Australias Surfing Life) along with Billabong are now releasing a 144 page hardbound book from this epic contest, without advertising (sweet!!!).
Even though the design/layout seem a little “unclean” in my eyes, it will definitely be a great buy for the $25 it’ll cost.
You can pre order the book now.
Art by underwater photography and painging to be viewed as raw glimpses into parallel worlds of wonder.
I call it: “These beautiful accidents that only happen when the two worlds I live in collide”.
Oskar “Okar” Lindholm
The Psycedelic Surf Sessions Series
The Psycedelic Fish Collection
The Psycedelic World of Waters 1 – 6
Tunnelism is an ocean related art project and movement in constant motion.
The collective includes artists like Andreas Linnell, Andreas Avelin, Johan Perjus, Kenny Bergander, Freshteh Piltan and Oskar Lindholm.
Exhibitions have been held at 6/5/4 in Stockholm, Sweden in April 2010 and at Lo-Fi in Sydney, Australia in October 2010.
Prints are still for sale and available upon request.Please make sure to check out the art of Andreas Linnell
Pictures from the exhibitions