Thank you, Communication Arts, for making Cutler + Bremner—an ongoing collaboration between photographer/director Craig Cutler and creative director Scott Bremner—today’s Webpick! . . Below, a couple of highlights from cutlerbremner.com… . . . .
Category Archives: personal projects
Preorder Doug Menuez’s new book, “Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985–2000″
Next year, Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, will publish a book of Doug Menuez‘s groundbreaking documentary project on the rise of Silicon Valley. Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985–2000, which will feature a foreword by Elliott Erwitt and an introduction by Kurt Andersen, will be in bookstores in May, […]
For “Vanités,” a recent exhibition organized by Publicis Paris, 12 different artists were asked to create a memento mori—a piece of art symbolizing their own mortality. Fulvio Bonavia is one of the artists who was asked to participate. Below, the memento mori he produced for the show, which was on view on the Champs-Élysées, as […]
Jim Fiscus is known for his advertising imagery, assignments that leave him little time for personal projects. So when he does find time to pursue a personal photo series, he wants to make it count. The latest example: tintypes, a kind of photograph that is “made by creating a direct positive on a sheet of […]
“I shot these last week—the evenings have been so amazing that I had to jump in the water,” says Steven Lippman, who is based in Malibu. “The surf was 1 foot, but the conditions were too tempting not to get wet with a few of the boys.” His gear for these images, which he calls […]
The quaint beach town of Sea Cliff, New York, where Melanie Acevedo lives, turned into a colorful pageant of costumed kids (and some young-at-heart adults) this past Halloween. Below, some of the memorable moments Melanie captured while out with her kids, Rocky and Violet… . . .
Victoria Granof on “Brain Food,” from her upcoming exhibition “Killed: Beautiful Food That Never Made the Cut”
The upcoming exhibition “Killed: Beautiful Food That Never Made the Cut” features unpublished collaborations between food stylist Victoria Granof and a wide variety of renowned photographers. Each image in the show will be accompanied by a short text, courtesy of Victoria, that explains the story behind the photo. She’s a witty, engaging storyteller, and the […]
Matthew Rolston’s “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World” screens at SF Shorts: The San Francisco International Festival of Short Films
. An aging actress, troubled by the loss of her youth and beauty, contemplates suicide in the privacy of her dressing room in photographer/director Matthew Rolston‘s thought-provoking short film The Most Beautiful Woman in the World. The movie, which premiered last year at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, screened last Saturday at the Roxie […]
All images photographed by Steven Lippman this past Wednesday, using water housing by Aquatech Imaging Solutions. . . .
“Faces” is the last of five posts showcasing a new series of conceptual portraits by Tobias Hutzler. See the previous posts: “Joined,” “Human Sculpture,” “Smoke,” and “String.” . . .