I have posted about Tim Walker‘s fashion photography in the past, but Andrea Galvani‘s lovely photos yesterday really put us in the mood for more, both from Andrea and Tim!
All the photos above are by Tim Walker. I love them so much! We all do – his work is a source of inspiration for all of us at FP! These shots are from a really great book of Tim’s work called I Love Pictures. The book is very hard to come by these days, but we are really lucky in that our Art Director has a copy that we can all pour over from time to time! See more of Tim’s work on his website, and don’t miss our previous Tim Walker post either!
We’re loving these inspiring shots of model Erin Wasson lately! What’s funny is that we have the magazine right here, but we simply cannot figure out the title of the magazine! We’ve looked all through it and there’s no title, nothing in the contents even. What kind of magazine doesn’t let you know what you’re reading? Apparently, ones with fabulous pictures of Erin Wasson in them. Ha ha!
There is something very arresting about these photographs, don’t you think? They’re by Italian photographer Andrea Galvani, who is also a Photography Professor at the Accademia Carrara di Belle Arti di Bergamo. Something about the horse photos in particular put me in mind of Tim Walker, but maybe with muted colors. Do you see it too?
Seen on DesignCrisis.
Recently our Web Operations Manager, Heather, helped to organize a really fun event here in Philly, the Independance Day Scooter Rally! It lasts for a whole weekend, and this year was very successful, with over 150 people who showed up from all over- two ladies even came all the way from Oklahoma! Heather kindly shared a few really cool pictures from the rally, check them out!
Scooters under the El
Sweet Pink Scooter
Late night ride to get some cheesesteaks at Pat’s
By Mike Scott.
Leaving for the ride to Fort Mifflin
By Mike Scott.
By Joy Moody.
Saturday Night in the Italian Market.
Wow! How bad do you want that green scooter?! (SO bad over here!)
I think you all will love this wonderful time-lapse video by Caitlin Parker!
This is a time lapse video in progress. I am an artist. I built this dollhouse and put it in my yard. I planted North East Native plants in and around the house. A hunting camera/motion camera is set up to take stills of the house as it evolves, decays from weather, and as animals wander through. This is ongoing- so far only two and half months have been documented. I plan on one year, to watch the seasons change…