larissa s.

oh, think twice, it's just another day for you and me in paradise ☺

nmp: metapost

nmp: production project rationale

“lumbering planes” by callum cooper

I already posted Callum Cooper’s work here and here, but I have to say this one is definitely my favourite. Not only is the filming and editing great, but the way he’s used sound is worth noting too

callumcooper.com

paris @ adoretea, canberra

“flaneur” by albano garcia

Albano Garcia has an impressive resume. Born in 1979 in Buenos Aires, he works independently as a photographer and graphic designer. Currently, he is the curator of photography at the Marq in Buenos Aires (the Museum of Architecture and Design) and the designer of the Journal of Architecture of the SCE and the magazine Arquis, of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Palermo. His clients include the Central Society of Architects, the Marq, Malba, the Tourism Autority of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, the University of Palermo, the publisher Bisman editions and the building firm TGLT (just to name a few).

Recently, he published a book called Flaneur, portraying the streets of Buenos Aires in pictures. The above photos are some excerpts.

albanogarcia.com

found in booooooom

a game of king’s cup @ bawley point

photographer: andy grellman

I recently found out about Andy Grellman when I came upon an interview with him on Old Faithful Shop. He is based in Vancouver and spends his time photographing the Pacific Northwest. I find his photos good, but the colours he brings out in them are what make them great.

andygrellman.com

found in old faithful shop

“yurikamome” by appuru pai

These photographs are long exposure shots taken by ApuuruPai from the New Transit Yurikamome in Tokyo (formally known as the Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line). It is an automated guideway train, connecting Odaiba to the mainland, and passing through the Rainbow Bridge.

flickr.com/photos/appurupai/

found in design-milk

paris and the butterfly @ sea, on the spirit of tasmania

a hundred cans of vb to celebrate a hundred years of canberra @ canberra
About two and a half years ago, and with the inspiration that none of them can actually recall, three of my friends decided that they were going to build a house from Victoria Bitter cans. No, not a half-assed house like the famous one in Houston, TX. A real, proper structure made of beer cans. Why Victoria Bitter? I’m not really sure, it’s not the tastiest beer in the world and it’s not very cheap. It is, however, widely available and Australian. They have estimated that they will need 10,000 cans and in the first year they collected 1,500. Impressive, but not enough for the house to be anything but a far away plan. Word of their goal slowly spread between all their circles of friends which in turn, spread to all those friends’ friends and a year and a half later their total accumulated cans has sky-rocketed to reach 7,400 cans. For Canberra Day this year, they set up a backyard barbecue and laid down a goal of 100 cans of VB to pay homage to 100 years of Canberra. As a pretty gimmick, each time you finished your can you had to attach it to the clothesline with rubber bands a fishing wire. 
So, are you a VB fan? Are you willing to help out a good cause? Send me a message to contribute any empty and undamaged cans!

a hundred cans of vb to celebrate a hundred years of canberra @ canberra

About two and a half years ago, and with the inspiration that none of them can actually recall, three of my friends decided that they were going to build a house from Victoria Bitter cans. No, not a half-assed house like the famous one in Houston, TX. A real, proper structure made of beer cans. Why Victoria Bitter? I’m not really sure, it’s not the tastiest beer in the world and it’s not very cheap. It is, however, widely available and Australian. They have estimated that they will need 10,000 cans and in the first year they collected 1,500. Impressive, but not enough for the house to be anything but a far away plan. Word of their goal slowly spread between all their circles of friends which in turn, spread to all those friends’ friends and a year and a half later their total accumulated cans has sky-rocketed to reach 7,400 cans. For Canberra Day this year, they set up a backyard barbecue and laid down a goal of 100 cans of VB to pay homage to 100 years of Canberra. As a pretty gimmick, each time you finished your can you had to attach it to the clothesline with rubber bands a fishing wire. 

So, are you a VB fan? Are you willing to help out a good cause? Send me a message to contribute any empty and undamaged cans!