Innocence of the Apocalypse: an immersive installation at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

Darwin Cosico Contributor

By Darwin Cosico in New Events on Monday 14 October 2013

The Melbourne Fringe Festival has fully wrapped and I have a favourite: Innocence of the Apocalypse was an immersive art installation by projection artist Yandell Walton and street artist I & The Others (Kirrily Anderson). It was supported by the City of Yarra, incorporating projection, illustration, performance and sound. The audience experienced a dark journey […]

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Real-time snap shots of Breaking Bad scenes

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Saturday 5 October 2013

Still sad that Breaking Bad already ended? Here, take a look at some nostalgic photos that will make you miss the show even more. Don’t forget your roll of tissue. Ariana Gonzales, who is a big fan of the show and who is from the town the series is set in, went to many of the locations that were featured in the program.

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Breathtaking photo of Mexican suburb

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By Francis Andrews in New Photography on Wednesday 18 September 2013

I was scrolling through National Geographic’s Photo of the Day archives and spotted this absolutely bizarre one. The photographer had cruised over this housing complex on the edge of Mexico City a few times before snapping the shot, and managed to catch it as the late afternoon sun illuminated the confectionery shop-style houses. It’s both […]

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Know Where You Stand: photo series by Seth Taras

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By Marcin Schleifer in New Photography on Friday 13 September 2013

We walk on the paths of great events; the present crosses the past. That’s what American photographer Seth Taras tries to show in his series of photographs, Know Where You Stand. On one photo, we see the same place from different decade, which is presented separate and extremely assorted events. Ghosts of history are mixed […]

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Photos of rock gods in action by Ian Witlen

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By Cary Polkovitz in New Photography on Thursday 15 December 2011

Ian Witlen captures the gods of rock with his digital camera. Colorful and dynamic, Witlen’s photography communicates the energy and excitement of these performers in their element with painful clarity.

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Postcards from Paris by Genevieve Gauckler

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By Eve Politanoff in New Illustration on Friday 12 August 2011

An email will never replace the pleasure of sending a postcard. Enjoy this series of funny postcards from French illustrator, Genevieve Gauckler. Her works are bright, fun and hectic, combining symmetrical designs with soft-edged computer generated images laid against photographed backgrounds. From Paris with Love.

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Saul Zanolari: taking away the Emperor’s Clothes

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By Eve Politanoff in New Art on Tuesday 12 July 2011

Welcome to the world of Saul Zanolari, a world where fake identities are stripped away and the subjects are left raw and naked. Among Zanolari’s specimens are European royalty, rock stars, elite socialites and celebrities.

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Tom Chambers

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By Eve Politanoff in New Photography on Friday 25 March 2011

Take an enchanting journey in the Mexican countryside with Dreaming in Reverse, a beautiful series of photomontages by American artist, Tom Chambers.

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Mutant animal photoshop contest

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By Gerry Mak in New Events on Tuesday 29 July 2008

Worth1000, a site devoted to image editing and photography, is currently holding a Photoshop contest inviting participants to create genetically mutated animals. I wonder if any of these will find their way onto Cute Overload?

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Brittanie Pendleton

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By Zolton in New Photography on Saturday 7 June 2008

Working out of Texas, photographer Brittanie Pendleton captures slithers of untouched serenity. Her photographed world is slightly unsettling for its moodiness and ambiguity, but its grittiness and muted colors are beautiful and engaging.

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Cell Phone photography

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By Gerry Mak in New Trends on Wednesday 9 April 2008

I’m one of those people who lament the death of analog film as a medium, not because I romanticize the process, but because I love the unpredictable imperfections inherent in non-digital formats.

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