Posts Tagged "Photography"
I came across Basilio Silva’s portfolio the other day and was instantly drawn to his super edgy style. His fashion work is a sublime mixture of bright colors and sharp angles that really leaves me wanting more. I found virtually no information about him except that he’s based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Sometimes I wonder if artists remain elusive on purpose just to create this mystery about them and their work. Perhaps elusive isn’t the best word…anonymous maybe? I think I really like not knowing anything about him and leaving the rest up to my imagination. Maybe it’s best to just let the work do the talking. I think that’s the true essence of being an artist–communicating and showing yourself through your work without this obscure necessity of words that we hold so much value on. Visual rather than verbal communication is what it’s all about.
Anyway, I’m being hypocritical right now by rambling on about this so I’m just gonna leave you with this collection of Basilio’s work instead. Check out the rest here and, actually, I’d really like to hear your opinion on this whole elusive-artist thing (for lack of better word). Consider the topic officially open for debate. Tweet your take on it to me – @amlight.
We have already featured Pawel Fabjanski here on Abduzeedo. He is Poland based advertising and editorial photographer, it’s fantastic the way he takes an urban style into most of his work and merge it into awesome fashion photos. For this post we will show you some photos from his exhibition called The Factory.
Pawe? Fabjanski was inspired by “The Factory” exhibition and used it as a stage design for this special fashion editorial. Mariusz Waras and Krzysztof Topolski’s spectacular site-specific installation was made specifically to be exhibited in the biggest room at the Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu in Toru?. Fabjanski and stylist Magda Naumowicz created an editorial as full of concern as Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” movie. It was published by Polish magazine: Exklusiv.
The collaboration of a visual artist and an experimental musician has resulted in a most interesting and thought-provoking artistic project. Mariusz Waras and Krzysztof Topolski?s spectacular sitespeci?c installation – a factory model ? was made speci?cally to be exhibited in the biggest room at the Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu in Toru?.
by Pawe? Fabja?ski / shootme.pl
Perhaps the factory and its mechanisms have been imposed on the entirety of societies, and Leaving the factory no longer possible. Escape from productivity is the only way to oppose neoliberalist order.
Basically high speed photography is a technique of capturing images with a remarkably quick shutter speed and mostly used for the scenes which cannot be seen with naked eyes. For high speed photography, you can use more or less any SLR camera, but an expensive camera can reach a much faster shutter speed and high speed photography is the game of shutter speed. Today, we will show you 40 Stunning Examples of High Speed Photography. In this post, you’ll find some very impressive photographs that will show you how high speed photography can freeze time setting you aside to view scenes that we would normally struggle to capture. We are sure these photographs worth a look and you’ll all like them. Feel free to share your comments.