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Amazing, thought provoking superimposed WW2 photography by Sergey Larenkov…  a great use of Photoshop for good instead of evil 😛

via Bit Rebels

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I’ve been seeing a lot of really cool photosculpture which seems to have surfaced all at once recently, and it always puts me in mind of the amazing art of David Meanix on my favourite show in the world, HBO’s Six Feet Under (which sadly ended in 2005).  Davids’ photosculpture, which he has been developing since the early 90’s, was featured in season four of the show (2004), as the work of the character Claire Fisher.  I remember being blown away when I saw that particular episode and wishing I could come up with something so inspired and original :).

David shares his thoughts about the process of working on his pieces with the individual actors from the show here (scroll down), as well as lots of insights about his work and life in general.

‘David’  – Six feet Under

‘Nate’ – Six Feet Under

‘Ruth’ – Six Feet Under

‘Anita’ – Six Feet Under

The process….

Some of Davids’ other photosculpture work…

Breeding Ground NPR Calendar 2007

Sentinels

Return Of The Goddess

Trappings

Changing Skins

Float

In The Spotlight

New Camera

Beautifully crafted miniatures by Lori Nix, depict scenes of disaster and sinister accidents… the most striking thing about them is how eerily serene these scenes appear despite the context, and I think it’s because there are no tiny humans portraying fear or panic, just the events happening quietly, to be discovered later.  Creepy, in a very good way 🙂

Lori photographs these dioramas and prints are available from the site linked above.

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Via this post at WebUrbanist

Check out Bela Borsodi‘s Alphabet Of Unlikely Objects, for WAD magazine.

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Via DudeCraft

Photographer Grègoire Alexandre’s photograph of this huge origami unicorn has been doing the rounds on the interweb lately – and the rest of his portfolio is equally as stunning.  Check it out 🙂

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via Whorange

Erik Johansson’s clever and humourous images are created using Photoshop – see the rest of his amazing work on his website.

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(via NOTCOT, pics from  Don’t Panic)

More eBay goodness 🙂

I was so going to bid on this, until I remembered my vow to get rid of some stuff before I brought anything else into the house…  A 1948 Box Brownie in working order… isn’t it prettyful?  Ends in 18 hours so hop to it.

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