Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Birth Of A Dugout Canoe

This documentary from Northmen shows Latvian Rihards Vidzickis making a traditional expanded dugout canoe using mostly traditional hand tools and techniques.

The Birth Of A Dugout Canoe by Northmen from Northmen on Vimeo.

Thanks Bruce!

1930s Precursor To Photoshop?

Fotofun produced headless postcard templates to which people could add heads of their choice.


Via Tacky Raccoons

Baby Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet were born just 18 hours apart at Coastal Carolina Hospital. Prior to each baby’s birth, their parents were strangers. When the hospital's newborn photographer Cassie Clayshulte noticed their names she took pictures of the babies side-by-side in their plastic bassinets. Once the babies were at home their parents asked Clayshulte for a more formal Shakespearian shoot.

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Drinking Tea by Lei Xue

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The delicate delft patterns on these hand painted porcelain sculptures by Lei Xue clash with their discarded pop can form.

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I Am Inuit

Alaska-based photographer Brian Adams specializes in environmental portraiture and medium-format photography. His project I AM INUIT seeks to connect the world with Alaskan Inuit and the Arctic, through common humanity.