Archive for September, 2010

049 | Blue Wash

September 30, 2010

049 | Blue Wash

Another piece following a theme; my obsession with motion-blurred photos of lights.  This one is from Christmas in July.


048 | Big Ess (Variation 01)

September 29, 2010

048 | Big Ess (Variation 01)

More playing with graffiti; I like getting grabs of small parts of pieces so they become even more abstract as they’re separated from their larger context.

047 | Green TM

September 28, 2010

047 | Green TM

The longer I have been interested in graffiti the more I have been able to appreciate the aspects of it that most people don’t; the tags, throwies, and generally scrappy looking walls.  This is part of a series trying to highlight the aesthetic rewards in some of these under-appreciated areas.

046 | Citrus Spectra

September 27, 2010

046 | Citrus Spectra

A selection of the ingredients that went into the last mulled wine of the Winter of 2010.

045 | Red Spire

September 24, 2010

045 | Red Spire

Another piece resulting from repeated transformation of abstract shots.  I think this was a photo of the bar-top at Wood Spoon.

044 | Burton Three-Eyes

September 23, 2010

044 | Burton Three-Eyes

The ACMI was recently in the grip of Burton Fever; a dire malady that causes all exposed to it to cackle madly and sprout additional eyes/hair/appendages.

043 | Romboy

September 22, 2010

043 | Romboy

Caught Marc Romboy a few weeks ago on a Thursday night; hands-down the best DJ gig I’ve been to this year, probably for many years.   The man is an absolute legend.

042 | Neon Three-Eyes

September 21, 2010

042 | Neon Three-Eyes

I have seen a couple of little characters by this guy (or girl) around; I really dig the way that an intricate character can be built up from a handful of overlapping lines…

041 | Antonio Attacks

September 20, 2010

041 | Antonio Attacks

A friend brought me my first Piperoids (toy robots constructed from paper tubes) from Japan (where else?) when he last visited.  I’m quietly obsessed with these little guys, although Antonio has spent a disproportionate amount of his time causing trouble…

040 | Lowlight Protraits 01 | Noha

September 17, 2010

040 | Lowlight Protraits 01 | Noha

I have always loved the mobile phone photography; primarily for the restrictions it imposes over more expensive, higher-resolution alternatives.  It was this photo that made me truly aware of the exact strengths of the iPhone camera in this regard: in low-light it really comes into its own, creating high-impact effect without the need for further editing…

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