Tag archive for ‘photography’
By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Belgian Hypocrisy

Public figures starring a nude calendar for a charity initiative is something we’ve seen many times. Even when the one-time starlets are politicians. So why posting about the Belgian initiative for a cancer More...

By Bartel Scheers On Saturday, April 21st, 2012

Stolen Pieces – A Celebration of Daily Life

Italian-born artists, Eva and Franco Mattes, are showing off more than 10,000 private photographs they claim to have stolen from random people’s hard drives, part of an exhibit that also features fragments More...

By Bartel Scheers On Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Slinkachu – Little People

Meet Slinkachu, a former art-director from London, who one day – standing at his porch – found himself glancing down at a stag beetle. A couple of days later the notion of little people popped into his More...

By Bartel Scheers On Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Last Supper

Uh, oh, this is going to upset some fluffy bunnies with fragile minds. With the full approval of Benedict XVI apparently, The Diocese of Würburg, Germany will permanently display a portrayal of the Last Supper More...

By Bartel Scheers On Friday, October 7th, 2011

Dina Goldstein: Fallen Princesses

Photographer Dina Goldstein’s “Fallen Princesses” series makes me both laugh, cringe and wonder if Disney princesses were thrown into today, what their lives would be like? Or, what if reality catches up with More...

By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, September 27th, 2011
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Drinking, Eating, Texting

Human society clearly has entered a transitional time. And with transition comes chaos. Old things must go, for new things to rise; to get organized. Political structures abandoned, morals adjusted. Global systems More...

By Bartel Scheers On Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Light-Paint Piano Player

In a short, but sweet animation, artist and musician Ryan Cashman animated a sprightly green character playing the piano on a rooftop in San Diego. So far nothing new. I mean we’ve seen thousands of little More...

By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, August 17th, 2010
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Just to Remember – Kevin Carter

In March 1993 Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan and took this photograph. The picture would later bring him the Pulitzer prize, but also death. The famine stricken girl had stopped to rest while struggling More...