Archives for posts tagged ‘slick’

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly Work from “Hair Care” at Jonathan Viner, London. “Whoever thought that Samson’s power would be in his hair? Not Delilah, or anyone else for that matter. A magnificent Biblical warrior, with superhuman powers, Samson tore a lion limb from limb with his bare hands with the help of his magical hair, but […]

David Brandon Geeting

David Brandon Geeting Work from his oeuvre “Geeting has moved from a natural, somewhat lofi aesthetic to more polished images that fuse the photographer’s sense of atmosphere with neater lines and compositions, refashioning the trivial items of daily life into new objects that seemingly come from some parallel universe” -Disturber

Dora and Maja

Dora Budor and Maja Cule Work from Bodysurfing @ Stadium. “In the age of self-design where everyone is constantly producing an image of themselves for the reception of a global audience, D+M have fully embraced this reality by employing strategic brand campaign tactics as their primary mode of production. For Bodysurfing the duo have taken […]

Andrew B Myers

Andrew B Myers Work from his oeuvre. “Andrew B. Myers is a photographer and image maker that lives and works in Toronto, Canada. His work is often characterized by its use of color and composition as well as it’s application of subject matter such as pop culture, nostalgia, and situational humour.” – Andrew B Myers

Steven Brahms

Steven Brahms Work from The Survival Project. “Over the past year and a half I have been engaged in an investigation of contemporary man’s relationship with nature and himself, and how acts of imagination are tools for remembering our forgotten knowledge.” – Steven Brahms “Each image is a demonstration, an investigation, an experiment of skills and […]

Amir Zaki

Amir Zaki Work from Relic. “With the advent of the digital age, deception in photography has never been easier, and Amir Zaki makes the best possible case for its artistic benefits. His brilliant and compelling portraits of retro-chic lifeguard towers in Southern California are the product of nearly as much image manipulation as actual documentation, […]

Naho Kubota

Naho Kubota Work from Unrevealed and Minimum Structure. “Unrevealed, a continuous body of work, takes unknown organic forms and transforms them into abstract color patches using subdued colors and a soft focus. The simple use of muted colors removes the observer from the conscience and allows a disconnect from its inherent pattern making and dominance […]

Darren Sylvester

Darren Sylvester Work from his oeuvre. “It may seem a little perverse to describe Darren Sylvester’s exhibition at sullivan+strumpf, his fifteenth solo show in ten years, by a definition of a Pantone category, but bear with me. In 2008, Pantone, global purveyor of colour trends, declared Pantone 18-3943 (’Blue Iris’) to be the colour of […]