Tag Archives: Photographs

Image: Troy Corser And Herbert Schwab Astride A BMW R 57 Kompressor At Goodwood Revival

An image showing Australian racing legend Troy Corser and Herbert Schwab riding on a BMW R 57 Kompressor to an overall win at the Barry Sheen Memorial Trophy at Goodwood Revival. The first race on that Saturday saw the duo coming in at third place after a false start, but on the second race on Sunday, Corser and Schwab took the chequered flag. Continue reading Image: Troy Corser And Herbert Schwab Astride A BMW R 57 Kompressor At Goodwood Revival

Wildlife Photographer Captured An Eagle Tussle With A Fox Over A Rabbit

Just the other day, someone managed to capture the nature’s food chain in action and today, we read that another photographer has captured evidence of a battle raging between predators in the wild. Captured by wildlife photographer Kevin Ebi when photographing the non-native foxes in San Juan Island National Historical Park on San Juan Island in Washington state, this series of images show a bald eagle snatching a rabbit right off the mouth of a red fox. Continue reading Wildlife Photographer Captured An Eagle Tussle With A Fox Over A Rabbit

Nature’s Food Chain Caught In Action In This Epic Photograph

In what-could-be-a once-in-a-lifetime shot, Florida-based fine-art nature photographer known by the name Doc Jon captured a still image showing a food chain unfolding before him. The photograph in question managed to immortalize an osprey that had a small shark secured firmly to its talons. All seems fairly normal, but that was until Jon zoomed in on the photos on his computer. When zoomed in, he noticed that the sea hawk had a bonus: the meal it was cringing to was holding on to a fish in its mouth. It looks like the hawk may have ordered a meal that came with a side? Continue reading Nature’s Food Chain Caught In Action In This Epic Photograph

First It Was Dress Color. Now, The Internet Debates On Number Of Girls

Thanks to the Internet, debating is an everyday affair. Not too long ago, the Interweb argued about the color of a seemingly unassuming dress and today, people are throwing their two cents about how many girls are there in the above photo entitled “Same but different.” This photo was posted by photographer Tiziana Vergari as part of Instagram’s Weekend Hashtag Project with the topic on identity. At a glance, the image looks like girls sitting in an seemingly infinite row, but if you look closely, you will the row is not what it seems to be and so was the number of girls. You know, the wonderful thing about Internet is, you get to hear all sort of different answers and even theories that open our minds to the world of differing perceptions. Continue reading First It Was Dress Color. Now, The Internet Debates On Number Of Girls

BMW Art Car Collection [Books]

this one goes out to all car enthusiasts and art buffs alike. for 40 years, BMW has been inviting renowned artists to artistically spruce up a variety of BMW cars, resulting in what is known today as the BMW Art Cars. the history of BMW Art Car dates back to 1975 when Alexander Calder was approached by French race car driver Hervé Poulain, whom himself was an art aficionado, to design an automobile and the result was the BMW 3.0 CSL which competed in the 23 Hours of Le Mans, and the rest, as they say, is history. history it is and this vibrant history is culminated in this hardcover book, BMW Art Car Collection (ISBN 978-3775733458) published by Hatje Cantz. Continue reading BMW Art Car Collection [Books]

Luxe-up Star Wars – V3PO Louis Vuitton and Coco Vader

Dale May's V3PO Louis Vuitton Portrait
(image: Samuel Owen) Dale May’s V3PO Louis Vuitton & Coco Vader | from US$2,200.00 | www.samuelowengallery.com

New York-based photographer Dale May, who is best known for his commercial photography of celebrity portraits and print ads, has taken a slightly different route this time round with the LEGO Star Wars series. the most notable pair in this series, are perhaps the Coco Vader and the V3PO Louis Vuitton portraits. as the name suggests, both popular Star Wars characters are given a luxury brand twist with the Dark Sith branded with Louis Vuitton, backed by Coco Chanel, while the talkative android is branded with Coco Chanel, backed by the famous Louis Vuitton monogram design. both artworks are presented in silver c-print face mounted to an archival acrylic, backed with aluminum – a framing process that gives each photo a glossy finish. these prints are available in two sizes: 24″ x 24″ and 42″ x 42″ and will set you back at $2,200 and $4,200, respectively. click past the jump for a couple of larger images. Continue reading Luxe-up Star Wars – V3PO Louis Vuitton and Coco Vader

engagement photo shoot wrecked by zombie [photos]

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(image credit: Amanda Rynda)

i am no photography critics but these photos entitled “Zombie Engagement Photos” by photographer Amanda Rynda really caught by eyes. you know what they say about good things never go unnoticed? yea, this is one those good things. it all began when a Juliana approached Amanda about her (Juliana’s, of course) somewhat morbid concept of embracing each other after surviving a zombie attack. sweet stuff. the photography part, not the zombie. here’s what Amanda has to say: Continue reading engagement photo shoot wrecked by zombie [photos]

exclusive selection of art collector Russell Blackmore

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(image credit: Made.com) Made.com’s Academy Collection | £99.00 | www.made.com

let’s face it. no one love to stare at a plain white wall. in this respect, we can either choose to decorate it with wallpaper that’s probably going to peel off in a few years or so, or we could hang a couple of these beautiful images of icons of the stage, screen and ring. among this exclusive selection of art collector Russell Blackmore includes sports legend Muhammad Ali, silver screen goddess Marilyn Monroe, and music icons such as Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Who – just to name a few. Continue reading exclusive selection of art collector Russell Blackmore

Cindy Sherman print sold for a record $3.9 million

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(credit: Cindy Sherman via Popular Photography)

believe it. what you see here is the image of the most expensive photograph ever to be sold in an auction. the photograph in question is Cindy Sherman‘s “Untitled #96” from 1981 which was sold at a record breaking $3.89 million to art dealer Philippe Segalot at the Christie’s auction last week. so what’s Mr. Segalot going to do with this $3.9 million photo? flip it? or keep it? whatever it is, it better be well shield and protected. Continue reading Cindy Sherman print sold for a record $3.9 million