Metro Card Collages

Amazing Collages Of New York City Landmarks

Manhattan-based artist Nina Boesch has found a use for the thousands of Metro Cards discarded every day by commuters in Gotham. She repurposes them into fantastic collages of New York City landmarks, such as Guggenheim Museum, the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge. She also creates portraits of iconic New Yorkers like Robert de Niro, Woody […]

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Justin Carrasquillo - Africa

Five For Friday #11

“Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It’s self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can’t try to do things. You simply must do things” – Ray Bradbury   Artist and Photographer Neil Krug has produced a ton of great work, from his Pulp Art Books to his somewhat surreal shoots with My Chemical […]

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Hold Your Breath: Mark Tipple

Summertime, at least here in southern California, is, to a large degree, all about the beach. On weekends, when the weather is nice, people flock in droves to claim their spots on the sand. If you get there early enough, the waters from County Line all the way to San Diego are dotted with tribes […]

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Tereza Vlčková - Two

Our Alter Egos: Two by Tereza Vlčková

Have any of you watched the television show Fringe? Have you ever wondered whether we actually do have doppelgängers or alter egos living somewhere else in the world or even in an “alternate universe”? Imagine someone who looks like you and talks like you, but has a completely different life and personality. What would it be […]

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London Festival Of Photography

All this month, various venues in and around London, including the Museum of London, the British Library and the British Museum are participating in the city-wide London Festival of Photography. This year is only the second time the event has been held, but it’s already garnering some amazing work in the areas of street, documentary and conceptual photography. […]

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Tommy Ingberg

Five For Friday #10

“Because of their courage, their lack of fear, they (creative people) are willing to make silly mistakes. The truly creative person is one who can think crazy; such a person knows full well that many of his great ideas will prove to be worthless. The creative person is flexible; he is able to change as […]

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Ken Burns On Story

“I think that we coalesce around stories that seem transcendent.” -Ken Burns Filmmaker Ken Burns has become one of the great story tellers of the 20th and now 21st centuries. For more than 25 years, Burns has created fascinating films built around wonderful narrative. Much of his narrative is told through the use of historical still […]

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Helen Levine - Cooper, 15yo

Senior Dogs Across America: Nancy LeVine

One thing I have noticed about photographers is their love for dogs. I’m not sure if it’s the loneliness that seems to come with the profession or what, but most photographers seem to have a soft spot in their hearts for man’s best friend. Photographer Nancy LeVine shares that love and, getting inspiration from Robert […]

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Ryan Schude

A Novel In A Photograph: Ryan Schude

How many of us have heard the maxim “every photo tells a story”? I think that it is something most photographers strive for, to capture that certain something that makes people stop and look for more than a second before going on to something else. We are looking for that elusive magical element; whether it […]

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Five For Friday #9

“The key question isn’t “What fosters creativity?” But it is why in God’s name isn’t everyone creative? Where was the human potential lost? How was it crippled? I think therefore a good question might be not why do people create? But why do people not create or innovate? We have got to abandon that sense […]

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