The amazing “Sky Series” by photographer Eric Cahan.
Aren’t these prints just the perfect reminder of how beautiful nature is? Artist Jeff Friesen collects natures artifacts while out walking with his daughter in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Upon returning home he creates these delicate compositions in his studio and photographs them. He is currently selling 2-for-1 starting at $20 on his Etsy site, that’s a sweet deal!
I love that the old 35mm format is making a comeback. It helps that these cameras look cute and that they are affordable (all under $150). Each one of these cameras has it’s own unique features which makes them so fun to use. The Golden Half Camera (on the left) takes two shots at once allowing you to create your own artsy diptych photographs. The Blackbird (in the middle) takes you back to the 1920′s with its analog twin lens that gives you three different photo formats to choose from and it leaves the old school sprockets along the side of the picture when developed. Lastly, the rubber encased Slim Angel (on the right) gives you a super saturated wide angle photo. You can find them all online through Poketo.
Catherine’s Animals, by photographer Catherine Ledner are so fantastic I’m not sure which one I like the best! Could it be the Porcupine who looks like he’s saying “I’m gonna punch you sucka!”, the “I’m pooped” Pig or the “Aren’t I gorgeous?” Yak? I love the spirit in each animal not to mention the gorgeous wallpaper background of the photo’s. These might be another contender for nursery artwork if I win the lottery before January (they start at $250 for 11×14 prints). Browse the rest of her wild animal kingdom here.
I don’t write about photographer’s nearly enough so when Molly Boardman wrote to me this morning about her nephew Cameron Smith’s photography website I knew I had to share these with you. Amazingly, the talented Cameron Smith is only 20 years old. Boy does that make me feel old and unaccomplished! He is still in school at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA and he’s selling his photographs to help with the cost of tuition. I was drawn to his water photo’s first because they remind me of my beloved California but his land photo’s are just as inspiring. Take a look and if you like what you see you can purchase directly through his website.