I just played Mind: Path to Thalamus, an indie First Person Puzzler videogame and took a few pics.
Would love to see more from in-game photographers and machinima artists.
Mind: Path to Thalamus throws you into a fantastic and surreal environment. You will bend the natural elements to your will in order to progress in this emotive, mindbending tale.4 hearts
Graphic designer Brandon Nickerson.
Had our ancestors represented the gradual increase of their commerce and expenditures, if it had not been an object of utility, it would at least have been one of curiosity; but had records, written in this sort of shape [plotted curves] and speaking a language that all the world understands, existed at this day, of the commerce and revenue of ancient nations, what a real acquisition would it not have been to our stock of knowledge!
In place of which, a few detached facts are collected and brought forward as the only criterion from which we can judge of the manners and wealth of the ancient world.
Delicate whispers from Manekinekod feat. Petra Hermanova.
Mirror Karate from Germany with Janine for this duet.
A love song from Maria Slovakova. I do spoken word and pictures.
For you Katrina with some quality videos too. One’s head and all the wracking voices living inside.4 hearts
Benoit Paille is a canadian photographer.
I am above all else constantly experimenting with my immediate environment, both social and natural. To put it more accurately, my work focuses on questioning the limits imposed by humanity.
How can one push away these self imposed limits and constraints. Or, as in my most recent series, how to redefine the landscape with the help of a manmade light presence. While playing with the boundaries between conventions, I try to find a personal definition of established photographic genres.
At the heart of this research, light is predominant in the process of sublimation of the commonplace, of the forgotten and neglected subject. I work and explore light as I would a sculptural media, as a matrix of what we can see and interpret. I feel that showing banality could make it extraordinary, and thus I take great care to create repetitions, through a rigorous and obsessive series-oriented approach, motivated by a quest for pure aesthetics.5 hearts