A very talented photographer, Roy DeCarava, died last week. He left behind 60 years of poignant photos of African-American life in New York. He was the first African-American to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship. Check out more of his work. Found via Monoscope.
I’m a huge admirer of designer Mark Weaver’s collage and illustrations that combine travel postcard landscapes, 50s architecture and ads, and space exploration with graphical forms and typography. Check them out on his Flickr set Make Something Cool Every Day. Visit his personal portfolio to see more photo and design gems.
Yosigo’s beautiful, bleached photographs allow the viewer access to unique perspectives of populated vacation environments such as beaches, pools and snowy mountains. Check out his portfolio and flickr photostream, a must see!
Chris DiCesare and I shot some footage in the spring and I recently edited it into a short piece called “Apparition”. My goal was to play with Apple’s Color, which increased creativity. The music is “You Woke Me Up” by the amazing Andrew Bird.