This photographer not only creates situations that are unique and comical — but sends you to a surreal universe in just a glance. John Wilhelm lives in Switzerland with the subjects of many of his works —his girlfriend and three daughters, he’s also an IT director in the university there. His hobby is art. Aside from being technically perfect, his eccentric portraits each tell a story which will have you dumbfounded, but pining for more.
Happy Valentine’s Day to all the women that email me from Russia. You’re the best. Love you, mean it.
I’ve had an iPad since 2010. These are the apps that I use almost very day, or at least every week on both my iPad and if available, on my MacBook.
iPassword (iOS and OSX)
iBooks (iOS, YES, OSX, NO! Can’t edit meta data.)
DeepDish GigBook (iOS)
iReal Pro (iOS and OSX)
Pocket (iOS and OSX)
iA Writer (iOS and OSX)
Index Card (iOS)
Dropbox (iOS and OSX)
Kindle (iOS and OSX)
Pocketpedia (iOS and OSX)
Rubik’s Cube (iOS)
Google Maps (iOS)
I could watch this video all day. Amazing animation of old masters paintings. NSFW unless you work in an art gallery, and not something for the kids. As stated in the Manifesto, “Beauty in this interpretation is the silent companion of Life , inexorably leading from the smile of the baby, through erotic ecstasies to the grimaces of pain that close a cycle destined to repeat ad infinitum.”
Happy Birthday to my brother Don, the best brother a boy could have growing up. He always included me when he went with his friends to play baseball at the park, was generous with everything he owned, and gave me the guitar he got for Christmas when he lost interest in it.
My eye recently got pulled towards “Reflections”. A photo series by Tom Hussey, where he portrays the elderly as they reflect on their younger selves in the mirror. This is a wonderfully done ser…
Disney, you’re cool, but this is SO much better.