Here's to a wonderful beginning to your work week. I may have jumped the gun when I wrote that my next post would be about Nuit Blanche. The bombardment of colds, allergies and fatigue that our home endured this weekend had different plans in mind. So, since photos of sick loved ones binge watching Doctor Who don't make for a particularly riveting blog entry, I will offer up some entertaining links to keep you busy during the downtime of your weekly grind. Enjoy and stay healthy!
Sandro Miller recreates iconic photographic images with John Malkovich and they are everything!
In his series titled Kesh Angels, Taymour Grahne creates studio style portraits that combine the tradional and the modern of Marrakech.
Heist-Online is a virtual space showcasing works by fine art photographers from around the world.
Here's a great way to wake up if you don't have cats or kids regularly bouncing around your bedroom.
In his project, Altered Memory, Greg Sand beautifully explores the issues of existence and death.
This squirrel has less of a problem with creepy dolls than I do.
As someone living a gluten free existence out of necessity, I am super excited at the announcement of this portable gluten detecting device.
Seung-Hwan Oh subjects his photographs to microbes resulting in psychedelic, distorted and unique works of art.
This seems useful for the long haired girl with no pockets, no toolbox, and some Ikea furniture to build.
It's always a great idea to take a class or workshop to hone your craft and stay fresh and inspired. These online photography classes are free.
If you don't crack a smile at these images of Jimmy, the Bull Terrier, you may have icicles on your heart.