Category Archives: polaroid/photography

Miscellany

It’s been awhile since I did a miscellany post and it’s also a great opportunity to clear through the things I bookmarked for the blog.  Win-win. I hope you find it interesting. An old but great editorial shoot from 2012 titled … Continue reading

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In The Shadow of Freud’s Couch

My mother has worked as a clinical psychologist for the majority of my life. I vividly remember the various offices she practiced out of. As a kid, it was a place of mystery where strangers went to talk, cry and … Continue reading

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Printed & Painted

The work of creative duo JUCO is a bright collision of colour and pattern. I was particularly taken by this shoot that extends print-centric clothing to large-scale painted backdrops. “JUCO represents the collaborative work of Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud. … Continue reading

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Thomas Prior

Thomas Prior is a New York-based photographer, who developed his interest in the field by poring over the work of Magnum Photographers. He then gained experience by assisting photographers Luis Sanchis and Jason Nocito before venturing out on his own. Since then he has … Continue reading

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Aerial Botswana

I was awe-struck by these aerial photographs of Botswana by New York-based artist Zack Seckler that resemble abstract colour field paintings. These photographs form part of Zeckler’s latest exhibition titled Botswana, currently on show at Robin Rice Gallery in New York: … Continue reading

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Hello 2014

Happy New Year! Please excuse the belatedness of the greeting, I took some time away from this blog to refresh and recuperate. I hope you all had a good festive season. It is good to be back.For those of you who … Continue reading

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The Grace of Gray

Maybe its because I’m an old soul at heart, but I’ve always wanted to dye my hair grey or white. So you can understand why I responded to this photo essay in the tenth issue of Kinfolk Magazine. Kinfolk’s latest … Continue reading

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Comfort Zone

Tadao Cern is a Lithuanian architect turned photographer. His series Comfort Zone documents a variety of people asleep on the beach – a moment of relaxed vulnerability outside of usual social limitations. “These photos are not staged and people did … Continue reading

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Miscellany: Catch Up

The last few weeks have been somewhat of a whirlwind – I travelled to Johannesburg and back to celebrate my mom’s 60th birthday, made a lot of cake and party decorations, caught up with friends and family, visited some cool … Continue reading

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John Frank Keith Collection

Sifting through archival images from various museums, art galleries, and historical collections on flickr is one of my preferred activities online. I was looking through the flickr photostream of the Library Company of Philadelphia when I came across a set … Continue reading

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