More than Photography
A blog where I collect work that differs from conventional photography, work that pushes the boundaries between photography and mixed media, as well as other things that catch my eye.
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In the 1970’s and 80’s photographer Joel Sternfeld photographed across America to create his series “American Prospects”. Using the culture that he found during his travels, Sternfeld had an uncanny eye for the absurdity in each scene. From a fireman buying a pumpkin from a farm stand in front of a burning building to a family looking over the edge of the Glen Canyon Dam with a baby in a play pen behind them appearing unsupervised and staring at the photographer, each image invites the viewer to explore the potential disasters and absurd scenes that each photograph conveys.  
- Juxtapoz
In the 1970’s and 80’s photographer Joel Sternfeld photographed across America to create his series “American Prospects”. Using the culture that he found during his travels, Sternfeld had an uncanny eye for the absurdity in each scene. From a fireman buying a pumpkin from a farm stand in front of a burning building to a family looking over the edge of the Glen Canyon Dam with a baby in a play pen behind them appearing unsupervised and staring at the photographer, each image invites the viewer to explore the potential disasters and absurd scenes that each photograph conveys.  
- Juxtapoz
In the 1970’s and 80’s photographer Joel Sternfeld photographed across America to create his series “American Prospects”. Using the culture that he found during his travels, Sternfeld had an uncanny eye for the absurdity in each scene. From a fireman buying a pumpkin from a farm stand in front of a burning building to a family looking over the edge of the Glen Canyon Dam with a baby in a play pen behind them appearing unsupervised and staring at the photographer, each image invites the viewer to explore the potential disasters and absurd scenes that each photograph conveys.  
- Juxtapoz
In the 1970’s and 80’s photographer Joel Sternfeld photographed across America to create his series “American Prospects”. Using the culture that he found during his travels, Sternfeld had an uncanny eye for the absurdity in each scene. From a fireman buying a pumpkin from a farm stand in front of a burning building to a family looking over the edge of the Glen Canyon Dam with a baby in a play pen behind them appearing unsupervised and staring at the photographer, each image invites the viewer to explore the potential disasters and absurd scenes that each photograph conveys.  
- Juxtapoz
In the 1970’s and 80’s photographer Joel Sternfeld photographed across America to create his series “American Prospects”. Using the culture that he found during his travels, Sternfeld had an uncanny eye for the absurdity in each scene. From a fireman buying a pumpkin from a farm stand in front of a burning building to a family looking over the edge of the Glen Canyon Dam with a baby in a play pen behind them appearing unsupervised and staring at the photographer, each image invites the viewer to explore the potential disasters and absurd scenes that each photograph conveys.  
- Juxtapoz
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minusmanhattan:

Edward Burtynsky.
minusmanhattan:

Edward Burtynsky.
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brownboyman:

Horsford Woods by Matthew Dartford on Flickr.
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artchipel:

Nick Meek - The Freaks
artchipel:

Nick Meek - The Freaks
artchipel:

Nick Meek - The Freaks
artchipel:

Nick Meek - The Freaks
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itscolossal:

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
itscolossal:

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
itscolossal:

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
itscolossal:

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
itscolossal:

Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
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Park Hong-Chun is an internationally renowned Korean photographer. His images eloquently describe human experience and the passing of time yet the photographs are devoid of humans.
- Juxtapoz
Park Hong-Chun is an internationally renowned Korean photographer. His images eloquently describe human experience and the passing of time yet the photographs are devoid of humans.
- Juxtapoz
Park Hong-Chun is an internationally renowned Korean photographer. His images eloquently describe human experience and the passing of time yet the photographs are devoid of humans.
- Juxtapoz
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lottereinigerforever:

Juliette Binoche in “Désengagement”
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"Real film is light, digital is electricity."
Aki Kaurismaki (Aki Kaurismaki: The Uncut Interview)
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itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods
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zeroing:

Azuma Makoto
zeroing:

Azuma Makoto
zeroing:

Azuma Makoto
zeroing:

Azuma Makoto
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"In the first place, doesn’t uneasiness about one’s existence spring precisely from a sort of luxurious dissatisfaction at the thought that one may not be living fully?"
Yukio Mishima, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. (via communicants)
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williamhereford:

6am in Nagano…I shot these all within 1 block of each other on the same street while traveling on assignment last month through Japan.  
williamhereford:

6am in Nagano…I shot these all within 1 block of each other on the same street while traveling on assignment last month through Japan.  
williamhereford:

6am in Nagano…I shot these all within 1 block of each other on the same street while traveling on assignment last month through Japan.  
williamhereford:

6am in Nagano…I shot these all within 1 block of each other on the same street while traveling on assignment last month through Japan.  
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itscolossal:

End of the World Cinema: An Abandoned Outdoor Movie Theater in the Desert of Sinai
itscolossal:

End of the World Cinema: An Abandoned Outdoor Movie Theater in the Desert of Sinai
itscolossal:

End of the World Cinema: An Abandoned Outdoor Movie Theater in the Desert of Sinai
itscolossal:

End of the World Cinema: An Abandoned Outdoor Movie Theater in the Desert of Sinai
itscolossal:

End of the World Cinema: An Abandoned Outdoor Movie Theater in the Desert of Sinai
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