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what about the plastic animals? 4/30/06 Description:
pictures from Harlem and other places
"Joe lives in Harlem. He walks around a lot and takes pictures of what he sees. He will be your friend if you feed him ice cream." I've been following Joe's blog for months now – an ongoing source of pleasant surprises in my feed reader. He and his camera have been on the road lately and yesterday's Carhenge post, with photos from a place near Alliance, Kansas, was the perfect reminder to send you his way... [Disarranging Mine]
d.u artworks 4/25/06 Description:
paintings and drawings by Daniela Uhlig
When I saw this, I just had to see more of Daniela's artworks. She's mostly into painting but recently, out of necessity, started doing digital works as well. Her gallery of people and other creatures is fantastic in my opinion.
Couloir 4/23/06 Description:
mountain photos - altitude slickness
Scott, a designer by trade, calls it "an excuse to get out from behind his computer and travel in the mountains." Pearly white snow, sunny blue skies, and skiing – and a camera, thank you...
Setlist Music Photography 4/18/06 Description:
collection of concert photos and setlists plus related resources (Flash)
Andrew's certainly been plugged in to the local concert scene in Tasmania, documenting his experiences through dozens of photo series and even more setlists. Truly great music photography plus a huge directory of performers' websites and resources related to music in Australia...
Lovro Artuković 4/16/06 Description:
Art is stored in a Repository located in our common, collective Soul.
Available in 3 languages, today's pick features the works (and thoughts) of Hungarian painter Lovro Artuković. "The first painter already contained in himself all those who were to come after him, just as the painter being born at this very moment contains in himself all those who preceded him." Art emerging from the collective Soul... of humanity.
dialog5 4/10/06 Description:
presenting 'universal connections' - an exploration of 'objects between analogue and digital'
"Communication is spontaneous, direct, and works best between two individuals. Is digital a serious alternative?" 5 industrial designers have joined together to explore digital vs. analog and have come up with a bunch of products we just might very well see in the future. Amusing technology concepts – perhaps there really is a USB subculture...;~))
marc steinhausen 4/3/06 Description:
Marc announced his dailyberlin blog, which also led me to another of his projects, Steamhouse. Each of those sites is cool on its own, but Marc's main site has over 2 dozen mini-galleries, each with its own slideshow (which you can control). After viewing the ahoi grouping and the street gallery, it was clear to me this was the perfect starting point to all his tasty visual content, captured with an assortment of cameras.