Photography

6 June 2012

You’re never alone …

You’re never alone …

camilla grey

… with a smartphone, says Camilla Grey. But how smart is that?
Being alone is part of the human experience, writes Camilla Grey. As Dr. Seuss wrote in The Places You’ll Go:

31 May 2012

Lost and found

Lost and found

liz farrelly

The Pop-tastic Mr Edwards turns old images and type into collectable zines.
Expat Mister Edwards, still of the parish of Sydney, Australia, has been exploring the term ‘Pop’ via a series of zines, writes Liz Farrelly. So far Pop Gun, Pop Corn, Pop Sox and Pop Tarts (below) have hit the top shelf.

20 May 2012

Photo finish

Photo finish

john ridpath

Bike app brings black, cream & red-blooded photo-reportage to the iPad
Following the trend toward towards beautifully designed and illustrated publications for cyclists (see ‘Two wheels good’, my article in Eye 77) comes The Collarbone, a ‘pro-peleton photo-reportage’ journal for the iPad, writes John Ridpath.

17 May 2012

Noted #36

Noted #36

Marius Watz, Paul Bommer, info, dogs in cars & vanity Tweet publishing.
Here are a few links that caught our attention over the past few weeks.

10 May 2012

Wanda and Ken

Wanda and Ken

the picture department

Riverside pictures & mystery photos in the Garlands’ first joint show.
Tomorrow sees the opening of a new joint exhibition by painter Wanda Garland and designer / photographer Ken Garland, who met in London, 60 years ago, at what was then Central School of Arts & Crafts.

3 May 2012

Open and shut cases

Open and shut cases

mark thomson

Bracewell’s ‘The Space Between’: the essence of a book as artwork
It is not often that entire books form the material, or part of the material, of works of art, but two of the nine pieces in ‘The Space Between’, curated by the writer Michael Bracewell, are made from complete books, writes Mark Thomson.

19 April 2012

Blue notebook

Blue notebook

john l. walters

David Wild’s Jazzpaths is a personal and poetic ‘photomemento’
David Wild’s Jazzpaths is labelled a ‘photomemento’. It is a carefully printed hardback collection of mid-1960s impressions, in images and prose, formed during the author’s two-year stint in the United States. It is closer to poetry or oral history, however, than a conventional autobiography or photobook.

17 April 2012

Type Tuesday: Set in stone

Type Tuesday: Set in stone

eric gillett

More boulder alphabets and love notes from Utah’s Great Basin desert
As mountain snows melt with the coming of spring, the desert begins to swallow the ephemeral roadside messages left by travellers on Utah's Interstate 80, writes Eric Gillett.

11 April 2012

A tasty spread

A tasty spread

the events department

Looking ahead to the Facing Pages festival of indie magazines in Arnhem.
Next week, the ‘Facing Pages’ festival in Arnhem provides an opportunity to take part in three days of magazine-related events, ‘crowd-sourced’ exhibitions, workshops, parties and talks, from Fri 20 April to Sun 22 April 2012.

29 March 2012

A lick of paint.

A lick of paint.

The coach as canvas – finding beauty on the backs (and sides) of buses
Taylor Holland’s small, perfect-bound paperback EuroBus turns the oft-ignored coach paint job into a work of art.
 
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