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Circa 1983

Circa 1983

Circa 1983

Circa 1983

Circa 1983

Circa 1983 is a site fea­tur­ing the pho­tog­ra­phy of Owen Perry. A lot beau­ti­ful imagery here. Go through the gal­leries while lis­ten­ing to Boards of Canada for the per­fect view­ing experience.

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Edwin Tse

Edwin Tse

Edwin Tse

Beau­ti­ful pho­tog­ra­phy by Edwin Tse.

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Oscar Niemeyer

Marcel Gautherot

Marcel Gautherot

Marcel Gautherot

Oscar Niemeyer was a Brazil­ian mod­ernist archi­tect known for his design of Brasília, and his work on the United Nations build­ing in NYC. His design for Brasília is always an inspi­ra­tion for me. The way he worked with the lines and space really make it a beau­ti­ful and func­tional construction.

These won­der­ful pho­tos taken by Mar­cel Gau­therot bring out the beauty in the archi­tec­ture. You can see more of them, and read more about Brasília, in this arti­cle.

1000KM

1000KM

These incred­i­ble pho­tos are part of an edi­to­r­ial series shot by Vienna based stu­dio, ate­lier olschin­sky, for Nev­er­the­less Mag­a­zine. The color tones through­out the series are breathtaking.

Akos Major Photography

Akos Major

Stun­ning min­i­mal pho­tog­ra­phy by Akos Major.

Via But Does It Float

Bosh Magazine

Bosh Magazine

Back in 2007, the cre­ators of the motor­cy­cle mag­a­zine DicE included a 16 page skate mag­a­zine called BosH in the mid­dle of it. The mag­a­zine fea­tures images that spanned the early days of skat­ing, and also inter­views with skate leg­ends like Steve Olson and Duane Peters. BosH only lasted 3 years, but it seems to me like it was one of the best skate pub­li­ca­tions pro­duced in a while. I really love the cover designs and the use of min­i­mal pho­tog­ra­phy, and the type is perfect.

Via Ian Claridge

Laura Dart Photography

Laura Dart

I’m drool­ing over the pho­tos of Laura Dart. Great mood and color tone.

Millimetr

Millimetr

As you may already know, pho­tog­ra­phy is some­thing that I have a pas­sion for. I just don’t do enough of it, so I went ahead and cre­ated a blog called Mil­limetr where I’ll be post­ing my pho­tos. It should be a nice moti­va­tor and hope­fully it will get me to take more pho­tos. Most of what will be fea­tured will be taken with an iPhone 4S using a won­der­ful app called Mat­te­box. I’ll also fea­ture pho­tos taken with my Canon T2i, but I expect a major­ity of the pho­tos to come from my iPhone since it’s always with me. There is a known quote, not sure who said it, that I believe to be true:

“The best cam­era is the one that’s with you.”

Peo­ple stress about which cam­era to buy, but at the end of the day it’s about tak­ing pic­tures. I’m hop­ing this works out to be true for me.

I’ve also whipped up a logo for the blog using the type­face Prox­ima Nova Extra Con­densed by Mark Simonson.

Enjoy.

Eric Cahan Sky Series

Eric cahan sky series

I absolutely love this series of pho­tographs by Eric Cahan. He man­ages to cap­ture amaz­ing col­ors and super sim­ple gra­di­ents. What really amazes me about the pho­tos is how sim­ple some of the images are. Lovely.

Via But Does It Floats

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Hans G. Conrad: HfG Ulm

Hans conrad hfg ulm

AisleOne reader, René, was kind enough to write in to share his col­lec­tion of pho­tos taken by Hans G. Con­rad, the first stu­dent at the Ulm School of Design / Hochschule für Gestal­tung HfG Ulm. Con­rad passed away sev­eral years ago, but before he did he gave René over 12,000 pho­tos. About two years ago René began to upload the images to Flickr. A lot of really great pho­tos already up there, like the one pic­tured here of Otl Aicher teach­ing a typog­ra­phy class. You’ll find a lot of other great design leg­ends in the pho­tos like Bayer, Eames and Bill.

What a great way of remem­ber­ing such a his­toric school and influ­en­tial designers.

Marco Suarez

Marco suarezGive me beau­ti­ful land­scape pho­tog­ra­phy, cropped in a cir­cle, any day. A nice series by Marco Suarez. Prints are avail­able on his shop.

Outliers Vol. I: Iceland

Outliers Vol1: Iceland

Tim Navis and Kim Høl­ter­mand are join­ing film col­lec­tive Scenic and com­poser Deru to bring us Out­liers: a beau­ti­fully pack­aged box set of film and music. The team will cre­ate a series of short films at var­i­ous loca­tions through­out Ice­land, inspired by moments of dis­cov­ery and chance occur­rence. Scenic will edit a series of short films, fea­tur­ing an orig­i­nal score by Deru and a full-length sound­track fea­tur­ing con­tri­bu­tions from select musi­cians and con­tem­po­rary com­posers. Tim and Kim will cre­ate an archival photo book and release a lim­ited run of exclu­sive prints.

This sounds amaz­ing. I’m per­son­ally in love with Tim’s and Kim’s pho­tos, so this should be an incred­i­ble col­lec­tion of images.

They put together a Kick­starter to help fund the project. Help fund it and you’ll get some lim­ited edi­tion goodies.