Man, I just can’t get over these close-up shots of individual snowflakes by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov. Each one is a work of art by Mother Earth herself.
The gag? He just simple taped a $50 lens to his P&S Camera. More after the jump:
Richard Misrach - Train Tracks, Colorado Desert, California (1984)
This weekend Darwin Magazine was at The Phoenix Centre in Brighton, as part of the Mini Click Paper Fair. We stumbled upon this brilliant publication, which features work from Brighton Universities Graduates from 2013. Full of diverse and engaging bodies of work, from portraits, landscape work to the more abstract and ambiguous creations. The book also came with an extra publication, celebrating the works of past graduate students from 1992 to 2013, who have gone on to do great things from the likes of Ewan Spencer, Lisa Barnard, Laura Pannack and McdonaldStrand. This double volume selection of work not only celebrates what young photographers can produce, but the direction photography has taken within the course. Below you can find links to purchase this book, as well as a few links to some of the graduate photographers who are featured. Also, find links to the lovely guys over at MiniClick who organise talks, publication events, well worth a click.
Kate Moss for UK Vogue December 2013 by Tim Walker
Nick Olson & Lilah Horwitz Glass Front House.
What a beautiful home, and such a beautiful couple.
“SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble,” Sarah Lucas’s first big UK survey, on view through December 15 at Whitechapel Gallery in London, is hard in every sense.