Beutler Ink recently joined forces with Los Angeles-based cartoonist and illustrator Luke McGarry to create a large print, Here's to 2015 an illustrated mashup of memorable pop culture references from this past year.
Wednesday, Dec 16th 2015 (12:00am)
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A photo study of one of the low points of freedom in America displays some of the more human angles of life in prison.
Every country has its dark moments. Fortunately, the US has few and many more highlights.
Wednesday, Sep 16th 2015 (5:00am)
Chris Manno, a pilot flying from Dallas to Seattle, says the cockpit view on that trip is a well kept secret. "So few ever see the breathtaking tapestry scrolling under the nose that it's best no one in the cabin knows what they're missing." Luckily he decided to share the trip with us less privileged individuals, narrating the scenery in a great way.
Monday, Jun 15th 2015 (12:01am)
Dr. Phil Plait, who worked on one of the Hubble cameras befofe it was launched into orbit, has put together some of the most amazing pics of our skies and universe.
Friday, Apr 24th 2015 (3:43am)
Artist ErAn Croitoru imbues everyday objects with human emotions and behaviors in his playful photo series "Animated Photography", a project that has also spawned some whimsical animations. Prints are available on Croitoru's Etsy store.
Saturday, Apr 18th 2015 (4:39am)
Las Vegas is revealed as a vast sea of lights, miniature buildings, and geometric patterns in Sin City, a stunning series of aerial photos of the city at night by photographer and filmmaker Vincent Laforet. Laforet captured the images during a high-altitude helicopter flight over the city back in January, which topped out at 10,800 feet above sea level, making it 8,799 feet above Las Vegas.
Wednesday, Feb 11th 2015 (12:52am) | Thanks: squid
So a dude loses his job and his wife, grabs his camera and a motorcycle and sets off with a friend to drive north until the road runs out. Check out their awesome pix and if you want to read more, their site.
Photographer Sandro Giordoan depicts people in the moment after a fall in his darkly humorous photo series "In Extremis (bodies with no regret)". In each photo the people are posed in comically awkward positions and photographed from unflattering angles. They are also surrounded by their belongings and always shown with one object in hand, as if it had been rescued from the fall in the person's final act. The series is Giordoan's commentary on the overwhelming nature of everyday life and people's attachment to their possessions.
Friday, Jun 20th 2014 (5:46am) | Thanks: Squid
Dante's Peak (1997)
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