(of the curious type)
Mostly art + bits and pieces of my own work and notes
(of the curious type)
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"What is aura, actually? A strange weave of space and time: the unique appearance or semblance of distance, no matter how close it may be. While at rest on a summer’s noon, to trace a range of mountains on the horizon, or a branch that throws its shadow on the observer, until the moment or the hour become part of their appearance—this is what it means to breathe the aura of those mountains, that branch."
Walter Benjamin, “Little History of Photography” (1931)
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shihlun:

Guido Guidi
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elifpaksoy:

"Pulsar" photographs by Yuji Hamada
elifpaksoy:

"Pulsar" photographs by Yuji Hamada
elifpaksoy:

"Pulsar" photographs by Yuji Hamada
elifpaksoy:

"Pulsar" photographs by Yuji Hamada
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conveyorblog:

Check out Elana Schlenker’s beautiful design work.
Cover and insert design of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin, a book of photographs that explore the convergence of the actual and the artificial. The book’s offbeat type treatment was foil stamped on a soft cloth cover duplexed to a patterned navy paper and offset with a clashing teal taped spine. The insert materials reference the mundane found objects that appear in Rubin’s photographs.
Designed with Conveyor Editions
Interior Design Christina Labey and Charlie Rubin
Printed and Bound by Conveyor Arts
Buy the Book Here
Book Photographs by Ross Mantle and Elana Schlenker.

A book I purchased at the NYABF
conveyorblog:

Check out Elana Schlenker’s beautiful design work.
Cover and insert design of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin, a book of photographs that explore the convergence of the actual and the artificial. The book’s offbeat type treatment was foil stamped on a soft cloth cover duplexed to a patterned navy paper and offset with a clashing teal taped spine. The insert materials reference the mundane found objects that appear in Rubin’s photographs.
Designed with Conveyor Editions
Interior Design Christina Labey and Charlie Rubin
Printed and Bound by Conveyor Arts
Buy the Book Here
Book Photographs by Ross Mantle and Elana Schlenker.

A book I purchased at the NYABF
conveyorblog:

Check out Elana Schlenker’s beautiful design work.
Cover and insert design of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin, a book of photographs that explore the convergence of the actual and the artificial. The book’s offbeat type treatment was foil stamped on a soft cloth cover duplexed to a patterned navy paper and offset with a clashing teal taped spine. The insert materials reference the mundane found objects that appear in Rubin’s photographs.
Designed with Conveyor Editions
Interior Design Christina Labey and Charlie Rubin
Printed and Bound by Conveyor Arts
Buy the Book Here
Book Photographs by Ross Mantle and Elana Schlenker.

A book I purchased at the NYABF
conveyorblog:

Check out Elana Schlenker’s beautiful design work.
Cover and insert design of Strange Paradise by Charlie Rubin, a book of photographs that explore the convergence of the actual and the artificial. The book’s offbeat type treatment was foil stamped on a soft cloth cover duplexed to a patterned navy paper and offset with a clashing teal taped spine. The insert materials reference the mundane found objects that appear in Rubin’s photographs.
Designed with Conveyor Editions
Interior Design Christina Labey and Charlie Rubin
Printed and Bound by Conveyor Arts
Buy the Book Here
Book Photographs by Ross Mantle and Elana Schlenker.

A book I purchased at the NYABF
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eileenmueller:

Moyra Davey. Tete de chou, 2009.
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Harry Callahan, Weeds in Snow, Detroit, 1943
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pleasexcusethemess:

clayton cotterell
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michelleleewallace:

Josh Brilliant at Rider Art Gallery for the show Landscape: Social, Political, Traditional
michelleleewallace:

Josh Brilliant at Rider Art Gallery for the show Landscape: Social, Political, Traditional
michelleleewallace:

Josh Brilliant at Rider Art Gallery for the show Landscape: Social, Political, Traditional
michelleleewallace:

Josh Brilliant at Rider Art Gallery for the show Landscape: Social, Political, Traditional
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slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
slowartday:

Asako Narahashi, half awake and half asleep in the water

These are simply wonderful
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barcarole:

Walter Benjamin and Bertolt Brecht playing chess in Svendborg, Denmark. 1934
ROSE GALLERY
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theparisreview:

“Every town should have a Mark Cohen. Someone who sticks around, someone who looks at the town through a surrealist lens.”
A conversation about Mark Cohen’s Dark Knees.