Something about throwing out our film canisters makes us really sad.
Here’s a project to recycle them into something you can wear! A bracelet, cuff, call it what you will. It’s awesome.
Oh you guys, we didn’t know a lens comparison video could be so. good. (yet so wrong.)
Sam Spratt’s Halloween Portrait Contest!
In brief: Likes and Reblogs of this image are each entries in the contest to win a portrait of you drawn by me.
In slightly less brief: To those new to this, that means that should you be the random winner, I would draw a portrait of your beautiful face (or someone’s face you care about)… as a horrifically ugly, flesh-eating, undead walker-face. It’s like winning the lottery! (except not at all like that…) That said, it is the best emotional preparation possible should you fall victim to the zombie apocalypse and run (walk slowly) across a mirror in the wreckage of your once beautiful town. (I will also draw you as anything halloween/horror themed, but the undead are a favorite).
Doing each of the following counts as an entry:
Facebook: Comment and/or Share this image >HERE<
Tumblr: Like and/or Reblog this image
Contest closes on Sunday Oct. 28th at midnight EST
PS: Yes, that’s a drawing of The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes as a Walker
Eastbourne, UK artist Scott Weston (aka “Hoborobo“) has created a three part series of dress up pop culture character designs that depict Luke Skywalker, Mario and Marty McFly as paper dolls, with each having various funny accessories. Prints, iPhone and iPad cases / skins and apparel are available to purchase at Scott’s online Society6 and RedBubble stores.
Sci-Fi Planet Travel Posters
by Dean Walton
A limited edition series of posters based on the greatest sci-fi movie planets. Available as individually signed posters or canvases.
Available here: http://shop.mrshabba.com/collections/sci-fi-travel-posters/planets
Which one would you most want to visit?
Your face will melt, much like Iron Man’s, when viewing this top notch Marvel illustration by Tumblr artist Sam Spratt. UPDATE: A limited edition of signed and numbered 13” x 19” archival pigment prints are available to purchase from 1xRUN until Friday, September 28, 2012.
via Sam Spratt
Yeah, this just made it onto our dream camera list.
For April’s Phototuts+ feature, we’ll be learning about various vintage films and cameras. Read on for this comprehensive guide from Cameron Knight.
Aren’t those seemingly elementary hidden-object computer games addicting and fun? French artist Laurent La Gamba gets to play spot-the-not in real life by creating camouflaged art, cheekily representing consumerism and mass production in optical illusions. See (and find) his work below.