Sunday, July 27, 2008

Featured Photography

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© Marco.B

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© A.D Kearney

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© Jimmy.L

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© Nicolas. P

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© Nicolas. P

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© Nicolas. P

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© Stepan. H

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Saturday, July 26, 2008

I Love My Life The Way It Is

Have you ever dreamt of something, or looked forward to something, got your hopes up, only to be let down? This was the idea behind 'I Love My Life The Way It Is', the project by Ali Alvarez, which features hundreds of un-scratched lottery tickets, with the theory that if you do not scratch them, you cannot feel the disappointment of not winnning. Ali hopes one day to display his collection in a gallery, with the goal of eventually collecting enough tickets to fill a whole room.
Whats more, you can help him!
If you are interested in Ali's cause, you can donate your un-scratched lottery tickets to:

Ali Alvarez
PO Box 60460
London E8 9EB
UK

Visit www.ilovemylifethewayitis.blogspot.com for more information, and to view some of the tickets in Ali's collection, from all corners of the globe.

Video Marsh

Video Marsh is a Canadian video production collective who shoot some rather amazing videos based on the natural environment and the plants and animals it is home to.
You may already know their work from the controversial Crystal Castles promotional video they created, which features a man dropping a cinder block on the head of a homeless person, as seen below:



Whether this can be considered art or not has been highly debated, but there is no denying that all of the organisation's videos are superbly shot, creating dream-like atmospheres.

You can view Video Marsh's amazing work at www.videomarsh.com including previews for short films and photo journals of the group's adventures. You will not be disappointed