For the last 4 years I’ve made a pilgrimage to Mammoth Lakes for the holidays to get a break from work and get some quality snowboarding in on one of the best mountains in the world. I didn’t do much work during my trip but lucky for you I managed to photograph a handful of vintage signs that can be found in tiny towns between Los Angeles and Mammoth. I’m not sure what it is but these old signs have a certain character that you just don’t see in signage these days. Here are a few of my favorites.
Narrative travel photography by California based photographer Sean Marc Lee.
Dark and intricately complex design work and stills by Dutch motion graphics artist Menno Fokma.
Paintings and sculptures by artist Marcus Kenney, utilizing a wide variety of materials and subject matter.
Truly amazing work by German photographer Alexander Binder. He is influenced by a love of the spiritual and the occult, and his photographs really seem to capture and other-worldly energy.
Happy new year! 2011 is going to be a crazy, weird, unbelievable year full of surprises… Kind of like this video.
Digital photography has advanced the medium for well over a decade, with new innovations breaking into tech-savvy genres that allow for unique work to progress and doors to be opened. However, contemporary photographers such as Dan Estabrook are looking back 200 years to the very first steps photography took as an artform, and bringing back the lost aesthetic from two centuries of happy accidents. More after the cut!