Terminal Bar

Sheldon Nadelman worked as a barman from from 1972 to 1981 at the Terminal Bar on Eighth and West 41st, opposite the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square. In this time he would ask his many customers to sit for a portrait producing a body of work amassing to 2,600 photographs. All these photos …

Naked and Free (Running)

Tim Shieff is a World Champion Parkour athlete, he is also the subject of a project he and his fellow free running athlete and photographer, Jason Paul, put together to produce a limited run of fine art prints. Their inspiration for this comes from their relationship with TV chief Jamie …

When Pop Culture Meets Classical Art – Super Flemish

Imagine if Wonder Woman or the Joker where about in 16th century Europe, ever wonder how their image would look like? Well Sacha Goldberg did and so produced a body of work featuring all of the superheroes you would have grown up with entitled ‘Super Flemish’ ‘Sacha’s discovery of these …

Time Zero: the last year of Polaroid film

We all know the Polaroid Instant Camera, a point and shoot capable of delivering a printed photo in about 60 seconds. That was pretty instant in 1948 when the first Polaroid camera went on sale to an eager public – the craze of snap & share was born, long before …

Astronaut – An amazing time lapse from the ISS

In this brilliant time lapse, Guillaume JUIN, brings over 80GB of images taken on board the International Space Station & compiles them into one 2 minute 50 second clip. Looking at it play you have to remind your self that this is not CGI making things appear, this is real. We have …

MALKOVICH, MALKOVICH, MALKOVICH

Every now and again a work of art makes you feel a little bit different than you did a second ago, this is part of the magic of creating great visuals. Those of us luckily enough to be able to let out the tinniest little bit of insanity needed to create …