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‘The way I see it’ the first large solo exhib...

In 2008 Pieter Henket made a photo of pop star Lady Gaga that was also used for the cover of her debut album. It marked Henket's breakthrough as an internationally recog-nized glamour photographer. In 2010 the photograph was exhibited as an icon of the 21st century in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the city where he arrived in 1998 ...

‘Art Games’ boldly transforming art into digi...

'Art Games' boldly transforming some of the most famous objects at the Louvre into digital masterpieces. The Mona Lisa appears on an iPad. Large-scale history paintings become the backgrounds on computer desktops. Sculptures hold iPhones. Bas-reliefs become the Photoshop canvas attached to a tablet as a guest scrawls a layer of graffiti on top. ...

‘Cines’ are the perfect blend between photo&#...

Cinemagram, a free iOS app that creates animated “cines,” lets users add filters and apply effects to clips before animating. The result is a GIF file the company calls “part-photo and part-video.” As the popularity of photography apps continues to rise on mobile platforms, people are finding creative new ways to share special mom...

‘Stratocam’ is a Google Earth mash-up allows ...

Stratocam, designed by ex-Google employee Paul Rademacher, takes Google's aerial photography and allows visitors to up-vote or down-vote user-submitted 'finds'.

‘Total landscapes’ sphere-shaped panoramas by...

Van Buuren then takes the photographs and stitches them together to create dizzying “total landscapes”--sphere-shaped panoramas that imitate a satellite’s view of the earth. He doesn’t use Photoshop. Instead, for each landscape, he painstakingly lays out 100 photos or more, trusting to his own patience and steady hands (traits you’d ho...

iPhone street photography by Greg Schmigel

Armed with only an iPhone 4 and an eye for fleeting opportunity, photographer Greg Schmigel scours the dank streets of bustling metropolises searching for his muse. Sometimes that inspiration is racing across a crowded crosswalk en route to who knows where. Sometimes it’s staring contemplatively skyward wondering who knows what. Where Schmigel...

‘STRP mutants’ by Bart Hess

The STRP mutants were designed by Bart Hess together with Heyheyhey for the 2011 STRP Art & Technology Festival campaign. The mutants evolved around the idea of transformation. They visualize movement and the ever changing boundaries between the different disciplines: art, music and technology. STRP Festival is one of the largest indoor a...

‘Just a thought’ by Pieter Henket

This is the latest project of Pieter Henket. In 'Just a thought', starring Thekla Reuten & Thomas Acda, he uses his signature of photography but now putting the time dimension (back) in the mix. We say back in the mix because his love for pictures started when he left for New York in 1999 to study at the Film Academy there. However, his fascinat...

A Beautiful Day/App

An App of your own wedding, custom-made with your favorite music! In a unique way,  A Beautiful day captures the most beautiful day of your life in a personal wedding app! Sharing the big day gets an whole new meaning, simply love it! and we think that this is the future of all photo (& video) albums.

‘Cinemagraphs’ by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg

Jamie (Photography), and Kevin (Web Design/Motion) worked together creating beautiful and intricate animated gifs they called Cinemagraphs. Utilizing an old technique to create something new and beautiful with such attention to detail and love is truly impressive and inspiring! Our first few animated images were sequenced still shots l...

‘Extracts of Local Distance’ Putting Vanishin...

Architectural photography is often biased towards a certain composition, usually one featuring the tyranny of shortened perspectives and vanishing lines, giving a stylized but slightly inaccurate visual of the room or building it’s portraying. So why not take this skewed perspective and generate something entirely new from it? A project fr...

Exploring the invisible ground of the signals and WiFi ne...

An excellent concept imagined by Timo Arnall, Jørn Knutsen and Einar Sneve Martinussen exploring the invisible ground of the signals and WiFi networks in urban spaces. The whole thanks to a photo technique of Light-Painting and with a 4 height meters stem equipped with 80 points of light.

‘Back to the future’ by Irina Werning

Yes normally every post has something to do with ones & zeros but couldn't keep this amazing project from you! And at 1/0n we have the category back to the future that show things from the past to let us see how far we come so far. I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start ...

Video Games vs. Real Life

A lovely mash of by old 8bit video characters entering our world. Nicely done by fatheed (flickr user). '10n' favourite is the dog collecting the ducks after the hunt!

‘Time + Space’ layered Landscapes by Nobuhiro...

Fukuoka, Japan-born artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has created a mesmerizing series called Layered Drawings that we'd love to see in person. Nakanishi uses a laser print to mount his photos onto plexiglass acrylic. Though we could enjoy each slice on its own, taken together, they produce a magnificent effect. "The theme of my work is: the phy...

‘Head on Top’ by Thorsten Schmidtkord

See more of the great work Thorsten Schmidtkord.

‘Fantastic Photography’ by Pieter Henket

Pieter Henket (b. 1979) left for New York in 1999 to study at the Film Academy there. However, his fascination with the possibility of capturing and telling a story in just one picture quickly brought him around to photography. What remains is the cinematographic character of his work; its careful lighting and staging define his signature. In...

Little Red Riding Hood’s Demise

On this wretched day, Little Red Riding Hood should have just stayed inside grandma's house. Even though she seemed to be getting along with the wolf in the photo, below, it looks like it was all set up by the furry beast. By the looks of the black and white shots, the wolf premeditated the whole ordeal... Even though it's obvious that the...

The world’s smallest shortest film on a stamp

KesselsKramer together with Anton Corbijn have created the world's smallest shortest film which can be viewed on a lenticular stamp: it stars Carice van Houten and…a man's finger. The world's smallest and shortest film - lasting one second - can be viewed not only on youtube (or in the link below) but on a lenticular stamp created f...

Faces by Sigurd Grünberber

Also love the work of Copenhagen based photographer Sigurd Grünberber. Definitely give it a try

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