I can’t fathom how I’ve managed to overlook Tom Selby’s website thus far. Feast upon his photographic goodness immediately, I beg you!
Amateur photographer Charles Cushman’s amazing photos.
The sleeveface Flickr photo pool is a work of genius! Please, somebody do a Don Blackman!
The Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin has a new exhibition focusing on the “classic” period of paparrazi photography. “Pigozzi and the Paparazzi” has over 350
The Original 1940s Photos pool on Flickr boasts over 1,000 photographs, including a limited number in colour.
Award-winning photographer Julian Wolkenstein’s portfolio is as impressive as it is diverse.
London has a surprising number of abandoned swimming pools. Little wonder most children are obese monsters these days.
Leica’s ad campaign for the D-Lux 3, featuring a “pixellated” dog, is jolly nice.
Beautiful photography portfolio from the mysteriously named Erez Sabag.
British arist Nick Veasy creates some intriguing work in his uber-baddie studio (a converted radar station in Kent); these x-ray photos are a real treat.
BLDGBLOG has posted an interview with urban explorer Michael Cook featuring some remarkable photos of Canada’s sewage system. Fans of sewage and drains could do
A safety-concious couple in Ohio have devised an intriguing method of reducing the speed of traffic in their neighbourhood. Mr & Mrs Wood have been
Thousands more photos from the streets of Japan at Flickr.
The acclaimed Selfridges building is arguably Birmingham’s most famous landmark after the much maligned (though much loved!) Rotunda. As a former resident of Park Street
Basic Hip has a great selection of stills from Hitchcock’s Vertigo accompanied by photos of the San Francisco scenes as they were in 2003. It’s
PicFindr is a search engine aimed squarely at sourcing royalty free stock photography. It searches several stock image and photo community websites (including dreamstime and
The city centre of Birmingham has undergone a relentless process of regeneration and gentrification in recent years. Its much-maligned concrete heart has been ripped out,