Brice Bischoff// Bronson Caves

These gorgeous photographs by Brice Bischoff created in 2009 have been lingering in my mind. They have an amazing ephemeral quality and were taken in man-made caves that were appropriated by Hollywood in numerous classic westerns and sci-fi movies.

Haunting and Beautiful. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There’s a fantastic interview with Bischoff at Dont Panic mag.

See more of his work at his website.

 

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Starn Studio// Lusting For Snowfall

Snowfall #1 and #2, year: 2006-2007, size: 70 1/2"x33", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass

 

Sno3_076, year: 2006-2007, size: 40"x40", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass

 

Sno7_057, year: 2006-2007, size: 72"x72", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass

Sno7_063, year: 2006-2007, size: 104"x104", medium: Archival inkjet print diasec mounted to plexi glass

 

While lusting for snowfall here in California, I came across the amazing work of brothers, Mike and Doug Starn’s. They have beautiful and thought provoking work exploring themes of “chaos, interconnection and interdependence, time, and physics,” . This is only one part of a large catalog of diverse work.

See more at their website:  Starn Studio

Royal Mint//

Need your spirit animal? Look no farther.

Royal Mint creates adorable felted critters to help on your path! I am not too sure I can resist too much longer…

honey bear - wool felt miniature bear

aussie summer spirit bear 2, felt bear soft sculpture

pino and his dino

See Royal Mint’s etsy shop for more delightful hand-felted friends.

Magdelena Bors//

Extraordinary in the ordinary- Melbourne base photographic artist Magdelena Bors creates fantastical scenes. Much like discovering the fairy under a flower in your backyard, she weaves narrative tales into the domestic landscape.

Woodland Scene

Castle on the Hill

Autumn

In her words:

I am a Melbourne based photographic artist, whose practice to date has predominantly explored the idea of the sublime in the everyday. I have done this by constructing then photographing fantastical landscapes made from everyday objects found in domestic spaces.

Read more at her site: Magdalena Bors

Enjoy!