With digital sensor technology now boasting 1000 Megapixel capabilities, photographs taken of vast scenes can be explored with incredible detail. Above is a photo of a upper base camp at Mt.Everest that is taken by a gigapixel camera. Able to zoom in & pick out individual climbers (the feature thumbnail is of the tent camp at the base of the photo you can barely make out in the fully zoomed out image), and view the incredible texture of the glacial […]
Aside from having an awesome and unique moniker, Maskull Lassarre is a highly skilled artist that revels in the fine details. Quite conceptual in nature, Lassarre’s works touch on the idea of human potential and the relation between resources and finished products. Please have a look at a selection of his projects below. To see the video of the rock dropping on the piano click here.
Welcome to the 200th Post of this humble little site! Jeez La-wheez it’s been a while since the last update on this site – the past few weeks have been super busy with hanging an exhibition of some of my photographs in a sweet little tea shop here in Bend – for those of you that aren’t able to make it in person I’ve included the selection of photographs on display below. But let’s get some tunes rockin eh? Hit […]
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The paintings of John Lupo Avanti are incredible blends of psychedelic surrealism & neo-westernism. Containing mischievous spirits and transcendentalism, Avanti’s work is highly developed and ominous. A bit on the folkloric & wicked side of things, many of the the works revolve around the theme of the ‘taming’ / exploitation of the West and Native populations. Very much in line with John Lupo Avanti’s paintings, the movie Dead Man (starring Johnny Depp, originally debuting back in 1996) shares sentiments on […]