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Ep. 163: Target Trickery or Just Premature Shenanigans? – and more

Episode 163 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!

Tomasz Laczny on “helping refugees spread their forgotten stories”


Tomasz Laczny’s work is rough and striking – striking enough to have caught the tutors’ eyes at the BJP x Magnum Photos workshop on Storytelling, Collaboration and Advocacy earlier this year.

Artist Spotlight: Sean Norvet


Recent paintings by artist Sean Norvet from Los Angeles. Click here for previous post. More images below.

Photographer Spotlight: Kenny Hurtado


A selection of work by Los Angeles-based photographer Kenny Hurtado. See more images below.

“Best Goal” by Artist Mikkel Sommer


Fun little comic by Berlin-based artist Mikkel Sommer. More below.

Brexit is like…


Something timely from Vlady. All my best to my friends in the UK tonight… Photo by Vlady RJ Rushmore for Vandalog | Permalink

Lines in the Sand by Jim Denevan A sand artist and surfer...


Lines in the Sand by Jim Denevan A sand artist and surfer Jim Denevan from Santa Cruz, California, creates temporary drawings on sand and earth, that are eventually erased by waves and weather.

A Yearlong Public Art Project to 3D Print 2,017 Roosters


Chris Templeman’s “Make and Take” 3D printer installed in Chinatown Plaza on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston (courtesy the artist) Acquiring a 3D-printed rooster from the “Make and Take” installation in Boston’s Chinatown Plaza on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway requires a bit of luck. The small objects are printed continuously, dropping into a slot when complete.

A Fantastical Addition to the Fading Genre of Live-Action Children’s Films


Still from Un caballo llamado Elefante (“Elephant, the Horse”) (2016) (Chile/Mexico/Columbia, directed by Andrés Waissbluth.

Paintings of New York at the Dawn of the Modern Age, Festering Sewers and All


William Chappel, “Buttermilk Pedlar” (1870s), oil on slate paper, 6 3/16 x 9 5/16 inches (courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Edward W.

Feminist Sculptures That Don’t Pull Punches


Installation view of Zoe Buckman’s Imprison Her Soft Hand with “She dwells with beauty” (2016, right), chain, gloves, wedding dress, 36 x 24 x 19 in, and “Ode On” (2016, left) wedding dress, boxing gloves, chain, 41 x 16 x 17 in (all images by Anthony Alvarez and courtesy Project for Empty Space) NEWARK — Of the five odes John Keats wrote in 1819, the English Romantic poet uses the imperative voice in only one: his “Ode to Melancholy.” In it, he instructs the reader directly what measures to take to stave off despair and thoughts of death.

A Master Hoaxer Reveals His Tactics at Recess


Alan Abel in campaigning for Yetta Bronstein in the 1960s (courtesy Alan Abel) Alan Abel created the Society for Indecency to Naked Animals, an organization that advocated for clothing the naked animals of the world because, as the group’s slogan put it, “A nude horse is a rude horse.” Alan Abel posed as a golf pro and taught executives how to incorporate ballet movements into their swings to improve their games.

This Audi Ad Was Shot Using 1/43 Scale Models and a Homemade Desert


Most car commercials involve big budgets, test drivers, and excursions to exotic far-away lands—unless, of course, you hire miniature photography master Felix Hernandez.

Mind-Bending Music Video Made with Paper Cutouts and Stop Motion

For their latest music video, the band Explosions in the Sky enlisted the help of filmmaker Hayley Morris to do something special.

Eight Decades of Sculpture by African American Women in LA


Brenna Youngblood, “I” (2011), mixed media on panel and found piano bench, 59 x 36 x 3 inches (image courtesy the artist and Honor Fraser, via thelandinggallery.com) Issues of race, gender, and representation in art have taken on a sense of urgency as of late, although they are certainly nothing new, especially for artists of color and female artists.

Double Knotted: New Spray Paint Works by Casey Gray


This April San Francisco-based artist Casey Gray introduces a new body of work for his first solo appearance at Hashimoto Contemporary.

New Embroidered Clothes and Portraits by Lisa Smirnova


Moscow-based embroidery artist Lisa Smirnova (previously here and here) continues to stitch beautifully rich illustrations of people, capturing the subtle details of eyes, hair, and shadows, thread by thread.

A Searchable Database for Every Bob Ross Canvas from Joy of Painting


Bob Ross painting “Shades of Grey” from Joy of Painting‘s season 2, episode 4 (screenshot via YouTube) From the fiery “Cactus at Sunset” to the foggy “Peaceful Waters,” all 403 paintings Bob Ross created over the 11-year run of Joy of Painting are now compiled on an unofficial online database.

Impressive Adobe Algorithm Transfers One Photo’s Style Onto Another


Two pairs of researchers from Cornell University and Adobe have teamed up and developed a “Deep Photo Style Transfer” algorithm that can automatically apply the style (read: color and lighting) of one photo to another.

crossconnectmag: Jeremie Dru’s Dreamy Double-Exposure...


crossconnectmag: Jeremie Dru’s Dreamy Double-Exposure Photographs French photographer Jeremie Dru sees hidden patterns in his everyday surroundings.


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