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.



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


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


Jennifer Angus// Creatures Big and Small

Jennifer Angus has a beautiful  exhibition over at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles.  Utilizing the natural rainbow of colors found in the insect world, she has created a large pattern based installation of dried insects. Don’t worry, she didn’t use any endangered species! Each step shows you more detail and depth, drawing you in as a viewer to the tiniest aspect of the creatures.   I love that you get a sense of grandness and miniature scale by creating such interconnected patterns of such tiny detailed items.


“We don’t have very many ‘Wow!’ moments anymore in this age of Internet. We’ve become a bit jaded,” says Angus, “I am trying to capture in my work the magic we experience as children. I would like people to discover it once again and for a moment just stand there and say ‘Wow!’”

from CAFAM website

image from Inhabitat



Seeking to raise environmental awareness for endangered species and environments, Jennifer has chosen her subject matter carefully. She sees insects as essential members of the environmental community. They are our pollinators, aid in decay, and are essential links in the food chain.

If you are in Los Angeles, drop in to check it out. Exhibit is up until September 11th. Im definitely going to stop by one more time before it is down!


Read More:

Craft and Folk Art Museum

Jennifer Angus