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Archive for May, 2012

Pole to pole

Following on from the earlier Little Planet shot, here’s a video variation of the technique, known as  polargraphic projection. Giacomo Miceli‘s video Chemin Vert uses footage from Google Street View that takes you on a road trip spanning five continents and four seasons:

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Barrel Roll

Another great Little Planet shot:

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Another stunt highlighting the need for organ donors, this time in Brazilian butchers and supermarkets:

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This feels like a bit of agency promo, rather than actual widely dismeninated work, but it’s still a nice idea…

Based on the theme “Every image has a sound”, the Brazilian agency DM9DDB created these noisy, interactive posters for Saxsofunny, a local sound engineering company:

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Andy Gilmore uses geometric shapes to creates incredible  kaleidoscopic images. His work has featured in New Scientist, Wallpapaer, Wired and The New York Times, among others. Shows what having a unique, arresting style can do for you:

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To the nines

The Gentlemen of Bacongo”, a book released in 2009 by photographer Daniele Tamagni, features a Congolese subculture called Le Sape (short for Société des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Élégantes, or the Society of Tastemakers and Elegant People). The movement combines French styles from their colonial roots and the individual’s own flamboyant style, resulting in a clique of extraordinarily dressed dandies who happen to live in the slums:

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In shreds

Shredded newspaper collages by Derek Gores:

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