Landscapes by Joseph Ford
"I was born in London in 1978. I began taking pictures while I was doing my degree in French and Italian at the University of Cambridge and got my first break in 2004 with an advertising campaign for TBWA Paris.
Since then I’ve been lucky enough to work for clients around the world, mostly shooting advertising and editorial images of people on location or in studio. Over the last few years I’ve also been commissioned to photograph landscapes and aerial images.
Recent campaigns have ranged from shooting close-up still life for Hasbro to becoming a PADI qualified diver for an underwater shoot in Guadeloupe.”
Sleep by Ted Spagna
Intimate, voyeuristic photos of people sleeping. Using time-lapse equipment on his camera, pointed directly above the sleeper, Spagna uncovered the “hidden landscape” of sleep and dreams. With each portrait consisting of about 30 images, taken at fixed intervals throughout the night, the chronological photos are an eye-opening look at how we all sleep.
Veronica Mars (via societychangedtheteenager)
so lets see others as the person they want to be :)
Sexy incunabula photo shoot. The manuscript waste in the binding is exposed.
Hidden medieval (handwritten) treasure in a printed book. If you want to know more about this mess, this blog explains why medieval books were sliced and diced: http://medievalfragments.wordpress.com/2012/03/22/hidden-treasure-or-how-destruction-creates-beautiful-things/
The Swing at the End of the World
There’s a swing on the edge of a cliff in Ecuador. It has no safety measures and is called the ‘Swing at the End of the World’.