I am a big fan of performance and if I would spend more time in the pool, I would have come up with this…
I found the polanoid site: “We are building the biggest Polaroid-picture-collection of the planet to celebrate the magic of instant photography. So please seach your archives and attics and reactivate your Instant Cameras. This is the slamming comeback of Instant Photo Fun.”
POLANOID was invented because the magic of Polaroid pictures, the thrilling Edwin Land story and the charme and touch of Polaroid cameras hit us like a sledge hammer.
Hungry for real analog, good smelling pictures in a digital world, we decided to swim against the stream and to reset our focus and start the biggest, best and most instant online photo community ever. Stuffed with millions of Polaroids, collected and uploaded by Polaroid addicts all over the planet. ..”
Miss Moss found these stunning pictures of the goold old days in Cape Town by Etienne du Plessis and I have to share them with you.. I guess it’s more than interesting and entertaining to see pictures of familiar places from long ago. Enjoy.
Katie Miller was born in Minnesota and holds a B.A. from Bennington College where she studied video and performance. Although she did not initially aim to focus on photography, it has always been a means for her to explore unconventional lifestyles and surrealist imagery. Recently, her work was exhibited at Milk Gallery in New York City and was published in Bullett Magazine’s fall issue.
I am so ready to travel again… I read a lot about San Francisco lately and it reminds me a little of Cape Town: people who make things, artisan stuff, a big focus on real food, water… I found a blog for all the lovers of San Francisco and am inspired to go there… soon.
pic found here
Desmond and I did a fashion shoot the other day for our awesome friends from Fittees and their cute shop Hello Again – all made with love in Cape Town. I love these pix, more here. (I only did lighting… but next time… ;) Check out their new stuff on Long Street.
Model: beautiful Lenske, styling: Lynne, make-up Colleen. Well done ladies!
Watch this touching 3-minute documentary.
A Cinelan Film: cinelan.com/
From Ross Kauffman—the Academy Award winning Director of “Born Into Brothels.”
In 1985, a young man from a well-to-do family took a bicycle trip across southern Europe, wandered into Bangladesh, traveled through India, and vanished while hiking in the rugged foothills of the Himalayas. He was never seen or heard from again.
“Wait For Me” is the story of a mother’s spiritual and emotional search for her son—a ceaseless emotional trek, propelled by an unconditional love and an unwavering belief that he may still be alive.
This is a three minute piece but a much longer version is in production. More info @: