Photographer Phil Bebbington takes pictures of mostly abandoned spaces throughout the world that once were popular like resorts and churches. His portraits can be just as haunting, people that could easily abandon where they are as well. Check out Phil’s flickr and blog too.
I am really enjoying Stockholm based artist Carl Kleiner’s photography. His sex series is especially fun. Who knew fruit could be so naughty!
Ruben Brulat is from Paris and his entire series features a lone naked man in the wilderness and in office spaces at night. Think of him as a modern Bigfoot.
Eric Helgas was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He currently attends the Maryland Institute College of Art and is majoring in Photography.
Dean Monogenis‘s paintings of architecture in untouched natural landscapes creates an interesting contrasts.
A series of photographs by Chelsey Scheffe.
Mark Adams, Managing Director of Vitsoe, discusses Dieter Ram’s 10 principles of good design during a visit to Vitsoe headquarters in London. Mr. Adams gives unique insight into the history of the brand and its meaning to Dieter Rams. He also demonstrates how Rams’ principles relate directly to the style and success of the Vitsoe name.
Watch the video after the jump.
Marc Lemoine‘s photography follows people and makes it seem like you’re watching a great documentary in a few short glimpses. You can also view his blog here.