Saturday, April 24, 2010
As you can see our sky is not empty anymore. Planes come and go high in the sky. Beautiful lines at sunset and fuzzy marks of burned kerosine at daytime. Still haven't decided what's worse for a human, vulcanic ashes or kerosine.
These beautiful sculptures by Polish artis Gregor Gaida are made of wood combined with polyester and aluminium. The fact that they're just parts of the human body and still have such dynamic poses make them really interesting to me. Read more on Gregor Gaida here.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Hey there little lady! Having fun shooting new material for a future D&G campaign? Good to see you on the streets of NYC again! Well, you deserved a break from walking those streets again with guys half your age. Have a sip of your water and smile at Mr. Steven Klein! Can't wait till Fall!
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
I know, my last two goodnights already were pictures of the Icelandic vulcano Eyjafjallajokull, but who can ever get enough of Mother Nature at her best? Boston.com, a great source for beautiful collections of photos released a great set all about this vulcano going wild in the last few weeks. Here's a selection, but I urge you to enjoy the complete set by clicking here.