Friday, 26 August 2011

Thursday, 25 August 2011

out with the old...

photographs by sophie gerrard, selected from her collection E-Wasteland

drive-by shootings

david bradford, is a new york cabbie and photographer, his book 'drive-by shootings' is a compilation of what he sees and captures of the new york city streets. the book is shot after shot of the most vivid and charismatic photographs, and celebrates one of the most incredible cities in the world.

back against the wall

just because...

an octopus and some beans

jeff wall
one of my favorite photographers, purely for his bizarre constructed scenes and amazing eye to set up and capture something outstanding.


chema madoz

barber shop quartet





annother selection of photos from richard nicholson previous project 'ali barbers', ali's is one of the most popular asian barbers in the east end. both the intricate cuts and their simple documentation are incredible. get down to bethnal green road.

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

death of the bingo hall


michael hess
bingo and social club

no life guard on duty

a. [Kren]
b. gigi cifali
c. j bennett fitts

what is it about empty swimming pools? there is something melancholic and nostalgic about this selection of photos.

nine swimming pools

   edward ruscha

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

crack in the wall

i just really like this.

the kingdom under the sea

this is a childhood fave of mine, i still love jan pienkowski's illustrations, black silhouettes on a marbled back drop.

last one out, please turn on the light.

these photographs are a small selection from richard nicholson's survey of london's remaining professional darkrooms, a brilliant collection of beautifully shot images.