Mike Burdon Photography

“I have always been a keen observer of the world around me and the detail which it provides. I have found photography to be my window for expression, to allow me to convey thoughts and ideas through images. Having skydiving as part of my life has taught me important photographic knowledge, and allows me to have an unusual amount of creative freedom while shooting.” Mike Burdon

Seth Ricart

Some killer photography from Creative League’s own photographer/motion designer Seth Ricart.

Eric Tabuchi

Photography by Eric Tabuchi

Crazy-awesome new Photoshop feature

YouTube Preview Image

Ok, pardon me while I geek out on the new “Content Aware” fill function in the upcomming release of Photoshop. Apparently they’re on to some kind of witchcraft/voodoo at Adobe.

Hedi Slimane

3017

00020_094

Allen01_049

Amazing photography – check out Hedi’s photo diary.

Upside Down Face Portraits

capture004

http://www.vimeo.com/8004240

Very cool series by Brandon Voges

Ghosts of Shopping Past

09

03

By Photograper Brian Ulrich. Read an interview and see more at MorningNews

Karen Knorr – “Gentlemen”

karen_knorr-prejudice

This series of photos by Karen Knorr were some of my favorite images that i saw at the Pomidou in Paris.

Days of The Dead

h08_20934179

h36_20906061

As always, some The Boston Globe delivers some great images in the “Big Picture

LUIS

http://www.vimeo.com/5214935

Luis is the 2nd short video of the series Luca, Luis y el lobo (Luca, Luis and the Wolf), it is a follow-up to the short video Luca. The video was shot frame by frame with a digital photo camera. Materials: charcoal, dirt, flowers, found objects and cardboard. by Niles Atallah, Cristobal Leon & Joaquin Cocia

The Berlin Reunion

b06_20591699

b12_20590175

b13_20592453b14_20604295

YouTube Preview Image

Earlier this week, 1.5 million people filled the streets of Berlin, Germany to watch a several-day performance by France’s Royal de Luxe street theatre company titled “The Berlin Reunion”. Part of the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Reunion show featured two massive marionettes, the Big Giant, a deep-sea diver, and his niece, the Little Giantess. The storyline of the performance has the two separated by a wall, thrown up by “land and sea monsters”. The Big Giant has just returned from a long and difficult – but successful – expedition to destroy the wall, and now the two are walking the streets of Berlin, seeking each other after many years apart.” … See the rest of the amazing pictures and story here.

Thomas Demand

capture001

thomasdemand_1

Thomas Demand is known for making photographs of three-dimensional models look like real images of rooms and other spaces.