Start your Monday off right:
- Stefan Draschan spend hours hanging around museums waiting to photograph people who match the artwork. The resulting pairs are so similar that it would seem that it was staged.
- Finding himself in Death Valley during a dust storm, Matthew Ord creates this gorgeous series in the swirling dust. I am willing to bet he still is finding sand in his equipment.
- I have spent a lot of time watching videos of Stefan Kunz creating his awesome typography pieces. In a world where most work is created with technology, its super impressive to do what he does with pencil, pen, or chalk.
- James Lake transforms simple cardboard into stunning sculptures. I hope Amazon sponsors him in the future.
- I have no idea how you can sit in a tiny kayak about to go over a waterfall and not panic. The slow motion sequence only heighten the feeling while watching Cascada.
“The reason most of us are unhappy most of the time is that we set our goals – not for the person we’re going to be when we reach them – we set our goal for the person we are when we set them.” — Dan Gilbert
Photographer Kuba Rodziewicz traveled to the small country of Georgia documenting the geographical conclusion between Europe and Asia.
The artist, Oliver Jeffers, talks about how his early childhood experiences formed the artist he is today. A great look at one of my favorite artists.
Jordan McGee traveled throughout New Zealand to create this breath taking video. This only reinforces my desire to explore this gorgeous land.