Damon Winter, a staff photographer for the New York Times, has been working on a photo column called The Lens Project which allows the photographers to make their own commentary through images. He created a series called Neighbors which utilizes double exposures created with a large format…
This is completely awesome. Hearing about his process (the link leads to a narrated slide show) is really, really interesting, and probably something I’m going to try with my Holga, since I can do pretty much infinite exposures in a single frame and I tend to do that derpily at best.
This is the incredible moment a frustrated mayor drives an armoured vehicle over a MERCEDES – for parking in a cycle lane.
Arturas Zuokas, 43, took the drastic action after becoming infuriated with motorists parking their luxury cars illegally around the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius.
The flamboyant politician decided to take the novel approach of fighting illegally parked cars by driving over them in a Russian tank.
He said: ”I wanted to send a clear message that people with big and expensive cars can’t park wherever they feel like and ignore the rights of pedestrians and bike riders.
”It shows a lack of respect and won’t be tolerated. Of course, you have to have a sense of humour in my line of work and I thought this would be a way of drawing attention to the fact that the city intends to be proactive in its fight against illegal parking.”
The shocked owner of the Mercedes was photographed exiting a shop to find his German saloon destroyed by the smartly dressed civic leader.
I ask to be or not to be. That is the question I ask of me. This sullied life, it makes me shudder. My uncle’s boffing dear sweet mother. Would I, could I take me life? Could I, should I end this strife? Should I jump out of a plane? Or throw myself before a train? Should I from a cliff just leap? Could I put myself to sleep? Shoot myself or take some poison? Maybe try self-immolation? To shudder off this mortal coil, I could stab myself with a fencing foil. Slash my wrists while in the bath? Would it end my angst and wrath? To sleep, to dream, now there’s the rub. I could drop a toaster in my tub. Would all be glad if I were dead? Could I perhaps kill them instead? This line of thought takes consideration - For I’m the king of procrastination.
Here are all the Avengers posters we created for, and handed out at, San Diego Comic-Con 2011. The concept art was created by Marvel Studios’ Visual Development Co-Supervisors Ryan Meinerding and Charlie Wen, as well as Andy Park. Not sure which is my favorite, they’re all so rad.
The Avengers unite as one massive force in this amazing collaborative poster design by Ryan Meinerding, Charlie Wen and Andy Park. Marvel released the beauty to the public at this year’s SDCC. Check it out full size here.