Tate Millerton

I’m kind of in love with Tate Millerton‘s set of photos called Evolution is Convenient. The photos feature two different images, the bottom containing their upper chest, while the top is some kind of random object, probably something that describes them or their personality.

My favorites were the first two images, which feature red tape as a guide to where the person should stand. Plus the image on the left with the camera head looks amazing. The rest of the set is great as well, definitely check them out.

Found through But Does It Float

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Bobby Solomon

May 2, 2009 / By

Neil Krug

Check out the beautifully trippy photos of Neil Krug.. Neil lives in Kansas, taking photos of naked ladies, hippy dudes and beautiful landscapes. He gets these really gorgeous effects to his photos by using expired polaroids, which make them let amazing.

Neil also recently did a mini-interview with Fecal Face, which you can read here.

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April 9, 2009 / By

Monika Bielskyte

Monika Bielskyte is a Lithuanian photographer now living in Paris who takes some really creepy photos. The photos above are from a series called COMINGGOINGSEATCHINGLEAVING and I love the really muted colors they had. The rest of her photos are pretty creepy, but there’s something very simple and beautiful about them.

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April 5, 2009 / By

The Awesome Little SuperHeadz Demekin Fisheye Camera

I love taking photos, though I haven’t in quite a while, but I came across this little guy called a SuperHeadz Demekin Fisheye, and I think I’m in love. This little guy fits in the palm of your hand, so it’s portable, shoots 110 film and has a fisheye lens, so everything should look great as well. It’s also only $38.00, so it won’t break the bank either. I want one so bad!

Yoinked from Selectism

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April 1, 2009 / By

Lorick Lookbook; Shot by Tom Hines

Moody, saturated photography is definitely one of my favorite things, and Tome Hines totally nailed it with his photos for the Fall ’09 lookbook for Lorick. The book was inspired the French new wave film The Bride Wore Black with a bit of Hitchcock mixed in, giving this eerie yet beautiful vibe to all of the photos.

Taking it further though is the website, which uses the photos as a backdrop to further enhance the clothing. There’s also some amazing French music that’s so beautiful, does anyone know what it is? It sounds a lot like Beirut, or something from Amelie… really beautiful stuff. The whole thing was put together by Roanne Adams, who’s done some really great I.D. work as well. Be sure to check out all of these links, you won’t be disappointed.

Check out some more photos from the site under the cut.

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March 15, 2009 / By

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