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Photography 21st January 2016 Star Wars as if it was drawn by E.H. Shepard – A.K.A Wookie the Chew

Artist James Hance has taken two of my childhood loves and blended them together to create this wonderful set of images, there is really not any more to say other than enjoy the fuzzy feeling & if you want to see more of James work pop on over to his site http://www.jameshance.co.uk [ Via Mashable ]

Photography 9th October 2015 NASA’s Apollo Missions in 13,000+ Photos

NASA has released over 13,000 images taken during its Apollo Program. The Program ran from 1961 to 1972, and was supported by the two-man Gemini program which ran concurrently with it from 1962 to 1966. Gemini missions developed some of the space travel techniques that were necessary for the success of the Apollo missions. Apollo …

Print 9th April 2015 Movie Mistakes Mastered

Ever wonder what would happen if just one letter was to be left out of a movie title and that movie was to go ahead and get made or perhaps just get pitched? North Carolina illustrator & writer Austin Light did. He also went a bit further and produced a series of illustrations with their …

Photography 18th April 2014 Touching Strangers

Since 2007, photographer Richard Renaldi has worked on a series of photographs for which he asks complete strangers to physically interact while posing together for a portrait. Working on the street with a large format 8-by-10 view camera, Renaldi encounters his subjects in towns and cities all over the United States. Renaldi’s objective was to introduce an unpredictable …

Photography Video 14th March 2014 An intimate Touch

There is plenty of content lately on getting two strangers to get close and have their photo taken. Tatia Pilieva takes this one step closer, a First Kiss. She gathered complete strangers in a room got them to pair up and then to kiss on camera. The video is full of nervousness and excitement as …

Photography 27th February 2014 London Overlaid

A great mix of modern with the past, classic paintings of London overlaid onto images from Google Street View gives a slightly out of balance view of the city. A city that is packed with history, it’s sometimes easy to forget that London was considered the centre of world power for a long time. Already …

Photography 20th February 2014 OMG who stole my ads ?

When we think of street are we think of the likes of Banksy spraying up the walls of a city. This street art is a little different though as instead of can of spray paint and stencils billboards are taken over with classic works of art, giving the population something cultural to take in as …

Photography 12th February 2014 The Perfect Family Photo

The wonderful answer to the question ‘what’s a nice girl like you doing still single’ from photographer Suzanne Heintz is a simple one. The answer was easy, get a family. She set about with the idea of photographing her new family in classic candid and posed images. The difference? Her family is more plastic than …

Video 11th February 2014 Off The Deep End

This beautiful short dance film, directed by Conor Horgan & written and performed by David Bolger (choreographer and artistic director of CoisCéim Dance Theatre, Dublin) along with his 76-year-old mother, Madge Bolger. The film was shot in the Marian College swimming pool, where Madge worked as a swimming instructor for many years and where she …

Video 28th January 2014 More High Speed Photography

Modern digital cameras, like Canon’s flagship professional DSLR, the 1Dx can shoot at 14 fps. That’s really fast considering the mirror and shutter movement and more than enough for sports. Then you have cameras like the Go-Pro+Black that can do 30fps! How mush faster do you need to shoot at 60 120 1,000 , 15,000 …