Posts Tagged ‘records’

Frameworks One: A Backlit Photo Frame Inspired by the World of Vinyl Records

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What if displaying your favorite photos were more like playing your favorite vinyl records? A couple of Swedish designers want to introduce a similar ecosystem of “discs,” sleeves, and “players” to the world of photo frames. The idea is called the Frameworks One, a backlit frame for printed photos that can quickly be physically swapped in and out.
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Prolific Album Cover Photographer Looks to Remaster Three Decades of His Work

Although not a note or word of his made it onto any records, photographer Jim Cummins’ work is on more albums than any musician in the business. Read more…

The US Govt Has Records of ‘Suspicious’ Photographers Legally Taking Pictures

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Don’t want trouble with the US Government? Then you might want to reconsider photographing anything that might cause suspicion among law enforcement — especially if you’re Middle Eastern or a ‘Chinese national.’ A newly published document has revealed that government agencies have been compiling lists of “suspicious activity” reports, many of which contain records of photographers legally taking pictures of bridges, dams, courthouses, and post offices.
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NYC Auction Houses Sell $30.8M in Photo Auctions in One Week, Set Records

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In the first week of April, the three major auction houses in New York managed to post over $30 million in photography sales, showing that the photography as collectible market is thriving, to say the least. The houses posted a record-setting week as almost every auction blew away projected sale prices. Read more…

Still Life Photos of Desserts Spinning on Vinyl Records

“33 RPM” is a project by Stockholm-based photographer Philip Karlberg that consists of still life photographs of various desserts spinning on various vinyl records. The combo above shows “‘Don’t look back into the sun’ by The Libertines: Sundae surprise.”
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Toddlers as Professional Art Prodigies

You know the “anyone can cook” mantra spoken by Chef Gusteau in Pixar’s Ratatouille? It seems the same can be said about other forms of artistic expression as well, whether it’s photography or painting abstract pictures. Two unusual artists we featured here before were 3-year-old Ruby Ellenby and Cooper the photography-lovin’ cat. The above video shows Aelita Andre, a girl who became a professional abstract expressionist painter at the age of 3 and is called a “prodigy of color”.

Did you know that the world record for “youngest photographer” is currently held by Zoe Fung Leung of Hong Kong? She was only 2 years and 70 days old when she held an exhibition and print sale at Plaza Hollywood. If you have a child that’s younger than that, stick a camera in their hands and hire a good PR representative — the record may soon be yours theirs!

(via Boing Boing)