Last week went so fast, I never had a second to search for someone special to showcase, but today I found Richard Barnes. His work is such visual poetry. I adore his Animal Logic series – I have been trying to get access to the Museum for a while, but have not been successfull so far. I love looking behind the scenes and how everything comes to live. Here are a couple of images from his Murmur series.
I seem to have a million bookmarks, and whilst I try to keep them organised, I often “loose” links or forget full stop where I put them or what I discovered in the first place. So I cant really tell you when I first came across Roger Ballen. I think it might have been in a book shop, but as I couldn’t afford the book, I looked him up as I was intrigued by his richly textured photographs. I am so glad I found him again. After researching him more today I came across a great interview on lensculture. Enjoy.
I would like to share some amazing images I found today via photospion. Leonid Tishkov (artist) and Boris Bendikov (photographer) are two Russian artists, who joined forces to create this unique project called “Private Moon”. You can find a few more photos here.
No photoshop was used for these shots, which is very important to me, as I like the idea that we all could have our own private moon.
I am so excited. Yesterday I received a lovely email from Diana informing me she wrote a little spot about my etsy shop and then came the second great email from Moloko letting me know that some of my forest images were choosen to get published in the upcoming Moloko publications. Check out their amazing issues here. Their publications showcase various arists from around the world. Below are just a few pages from the last issue.
Massimo Nota from Rome
Cristiana Couceiro from Portugal
Manuel Dall’Olio from Italy
I have uploaded a few more images on my etsy shop. To jump start my shop and get away from that little number 0, I am going to offer the first person who orders one print – another print for FREE. Just email me and let me know which print you would like to have. Enjoy!
where ever one looks
in languages never imagined
listening to the rustle
of the leaves,
on a blue of an afternoon
and dream of forever.