This is a collage by Danish aratist, Sergei Sviatchenko.
I’m currently obsessed with work that is bold, simple, colorful, and grotesque, so I had a natural attraction to Sergei’s cut and paste wonderpieces.
Below are select light blue pieces, he also makes work with the other colors of the rainbow.
via Rojo magazine (based in Spain/Italy).
via PATA MAGAZINE
Thanks to 2 or 3 Things, I was put on to this photo of a homemade alarm. Doesn’t get more DIY than this.
Hedi Slimane’s Diary is one of my favorite things to look at when I’m in need of a visual-gasm, which is often. When I think of black, I think of the Hedi Slimane aesthetic, and subsequently his inspiring photo journal.
Things in and arouond my house that are yellow.
405 & Magnolia, Fountain Valley, California (2006)
I got a chance to check out Review L.A., a much smaller (and cheaper) version of Photo L.A. I remember seeing one of his photos on I heart photograph (below). The pine trees are oddly familiar and pretty much in line with my interest in suburban landscapes. It turns out he is from Orange County and took most of his photographs in Westminster, Santa Ana, Fountain Valley, Irvine and the likes.
Trini Circle, Westminster, California (2006)
For my senior photo project, I took portraits of trees around Irvine. I remember scouting for tress and shrubbery like this . I thought about shooting freeway landscape, but Brad actually did it. His photos are comforting because they remind me of my college years.
Certified Farmers’ Market, Tustin, California (2007)
To illustrate Diane’s point of the current ratio of white people to asian people in the San Gabriel Valley.
Picture found here.
Los Angelenos are pretty lucky to get 80 degrees in Janurary, while some places look like that. Then again, we have to deal with crazy brush fires. Its a give and take.
Orange you glad it’s Orange?
jan. 07. 09 Camille & Robert /DC