Posts tagged Landscape
Julian Calverley, Cayman Islands
Julian Calverley has been creating imagery in one form or another since he was old enough to hold a paint brush. Born in Hertfordshire in 1964, he very quickly demonstrated a love and natural talent for drawing and painting, in particular watercolor landscape work. After a brief and uninspiring spell at art college, Julian realized it was the mix of photography and traditional darkroom skills that would allow him to express himself most effectively.
A recreation in miniature, of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster that took place on the Deep Water Horizon oil rig, which exploded and sunk causing the largest off shore oil spill in US history. The mixed-media peformance which hosted by Stephan Banz’s installation at the OK Offenes Kulturhaus Linz, Austria as part of the Ars Electronica Festival. This performance was orginally commissionned by Invisible Dust.
Watch the video here!
John Francis Peters - Los Angeles based photographer specializing in documentary, portrait, travel and lifestyle projects. John’s diverse body of work ranges from the portraiture of influential personalities to essays on emerging culture and environments in transition. His personal and assigned projects focus on both domestic and international subjects. John was selected as one of Photo District News 30 emerging photographers to watch in 2013.
Planet Generator I made in Cinema 4d for easy creation of several Solar Systems i am working on. The Planets are named after the Kingdom of the Kushans. They where also present in the Game Homeworld. From wiki:The Kushan Empire originally formed in the early 1st century AD under Kujula Kadphises in the territories of ancient Bactria on either side of the middle course of the Oxus (or Amu Darya), and later based in eastern and northern Afghanistan and the north-west of the Indian Subcontinent.During the 1st and early 2nd centuries AD the Kushans expanded rapidly across the northern part of the Indian Subcontinent at least as far as Saketa and Sarnath near Vara.
Derek Paul Boyle, 2013