July 26, 2012 § Leave a comment
It’s hot in the city, and I have an urge to go on a stakeout, spaghetti-style. Relevant theme music does not come better than Nucleo Antirapina, I find.
Image from Neil Krug’s Pulp series.
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From the publication:
The July 1906 issue of National Geographic featured its first ever wildlife photographs. Editor Gil Grosvenor printed 74 photos snapped by U.S. Representative and early conservationist George Shiras, beginning a long tradition of featuring wildlife photos in the magazine.
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Should I ever realise my life-long dream of canine companionship, I would love for a snapshot of our adventures to be captured by the beautifully psychedelic, vintage aesthetics of Neil Krug.
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Photographer and cephalopod-centric chandelier maker, Adam Wallacavage, has, in part, made a tentative tentacle departure for his current exhibition, now showing at the Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City. Dreamhome Heartaches sees the addition of handcrafted, antler-crowned elk skull chandelier, formed with customary epoxy clay/cast plaster joining the ranks of the octopus optics. His signature glaze of secret components ensure this inanimate animal retains a shiny coat.
The exhibition is showing from March the 19th – April the 6th.
And so it was, as I delved into the Wonderful World of Mr. Wallacavage, that I came across these two tasty treats from his blog, explanatorily subtitled “My photography and random things I like and stuff.”
Garry L. Newkirk – OPIUM DEN San Francisco
This is an excerpt from “The Musee Mecanique presents the Zelinsky Collection” DVD that I made in 2002. It’s available at museemecaniquesf.com and Pier45 or The Cliff House – Mr. Newkirk.
And now this:
I don’t know what this is about anymore. I suppose when I feel this way, it’s best to look at something pointless..yet saturated…funny. This is the photo I thought of when I thought “over saturated.” I shot this in my dining room… – Mr. Wallacavage.