"I drift, half awake, half asleep. Moving through the city I recall but have never been to."

This video is inspiring, creative and captivating. Simply beautiful.
Stop Motion Animation at its best.



Camera-phones are the new "it" cameras.. With the Iphones, Blackberries, Nexus, an other fancy gadgets, the camera is now a key-factor for the success or failure of a phone.
Check out these photographs part of "Iphoneography", a project that was recently launched and were people can submit their images...
More on their Flickr page.

Judge a book by its cover

Tittle: Malick Sidibé Photographs
Author: Malick Sidibé + Andri Magnin

Black & Blue

To mark their 30th anniversary celebrations, Stüssy teamed up with Japanese giant Ricoh for this limited edition point-and-shoot goodness. The 500 units of the GR Digital III will be available next month.



Stop Action

Lego Stop Action Video Camera, $98.00

Video camera by LEGO with stop animation and live action filming capabilities. I looovvveee!


Small Wonders

The Zumi Digital Camera (2.0), $170.00
Dreamy Stills and 8MM Style Video

Forget photoshop filters with this digital camera. The Zumi takes digital images and videos that have the look and feel of vintage film.

You don't have to take our word for it...

The best digital cameras according to...


Photography Blog

Digital Trends


It's back...

The infamous Polaroid instant-print film camera is set to release a new and improved version in mid-2010.

"digital version of the traditional camera that produces instant digital photos"

On the streets

We will never get enough of these street-style portraits by Nontsikelelo Veleko. The artist, a key actor of the Johannesburg art scene, shot these over a period of 3 - 4 years. Her work has been featured in exhibitions worldwide. We like the singularity of each the subjects, the way they pose for the camera, and their Über-dope style.

Mr Schuman better watch out!

New School

Benoit Paille shoots strangers...

New York's own Rahan Cotterel aka Ray Kairos is following the path of some of the city's finest artists.

Wake up with Sara A. Tremblay - from L'éveil

Grant Worth wants you to "Shine on"

Abraham Onoriode Oghobase touches on immigration and integration with 'Lost In Transit'

Paris' Sarah de Burgh keeps it O.G.with her 35mm camera! Charming

With the advent of digital age and the strong emergence of the D.I.Y. , it is undeniable that photography has become much more democratic. Amateur turned- pro photographers have not only access to great equipment but also they also explore and experiment with the medium.
Here is but a small list of our coup de coeur from this new wave of photographer, some shooting with a digital camera others sticking to film (35mm or instant)... more to come!


Easy Conservation: Mike Schreiber

He's know as the hip-hop photographer, he's shot stunning portraits of Common, Mos Def, M.I.A, Fat Joe, and the list goes on (...) not too bad for someone who has no formal training in the field. Our conversation with Mike Schreiber was as spontaneous as the man himself, it went a little something like this ...

Tell us a little bit about yourself?
My name is Mike Schreiber. I'm a NY based photographer.

Why photography?
I never thought of photography as a career, more like a curiosity. I always loved taking pictures, but I never was interested in taking photography classes because I always felt it was weird to grade on art. I did not come to photography in a traditional way. I'm Anthropology major. I started shooting concerts, parties, and album releases parties to get a foot in the industry. I would sell my images to publications like The Source, Vibe. I built up a reputation and publicists started to know about me.

When did your career as a photographer officially start? What was you first paid gig?
My first paid was for Swing Magazine, I took pictures of Shelter a hardcore band. At the time, I was working at a photo agency, and I got fired because they did not want me to shoot. I can honestly say that it's the best thing that happened to me. Sometimes I find we hold on to a false sense of security and this was definitely a blessing.

Who are some the artists that inspire you?
My favorite photographer is Sebastião Salgado. I love the sincerity of his work. 20 years from now I want the music stuff to be but a small part of my entire work.

How do you come up with ideas or subjects, what's your creative process?
Personal projects touch me the most! For the "Angola Prison Rodeo", I saw a documentary on the Discovery Channel, and I did some research on prison via the Internet. I was, then, able to get an assignment letter to take the pictures. The whole experience was very interesting; although they're in prison, they're still human beings. It was very surreal I was there I went to a funeral. I mean I was there for a short moment while but not them.
I do not necessarily think about a direction I want to take. My body of work comes naturally. I do not consider myself mainstream as I don't do a lot of studio work (even with celebrities). I work on stuff that I like. I want to be able to take on more personal projects and figure out how to make a living from them.

Any upcoming projects?
I recently went to Ghana- last August. I feel like when you go to a less you are responsible to give something back instead of just taking and leaving. I had a contact there, a friend's mom who is living there, and because of my past work, I was really able me to get around. I'm planning a show this spring featuring all the images from the trip. Some of the proceeds from the event will go to a non-profit organization. I'm also working on a book featuring all my Hip Hop photography.

How do you decide to shoot in color or B&W?
Well it is conscious choice for me because I still shoot in film. Although I shoot in color I find it to be a bit distracting.

What’s' playing on you Ipod these days ?
I don't own an Ipod. On my Pandora station I have people like Tom Waits, I love 2Pac, Jay Z, Talib Kweli, Biggie, Willie Nelson, Lil Wayne. I recently re- discovered Lauryn Hill. I love the truth in her music, she sings what she lives. There so much nonsense everywhere, but these artists really mean what the say...

On the evolution of Photography ?
The sad thing with Digital Photography, it seems like technology is dictating the art!

PS: To show is support to the people in Haiti, Schreiber has put on auction of his M.I.A. print; 100% of proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders. Bid here

DIY Photography

Photo 101
The Sunprint Kit and Pinhole Camera Kit uses solar power to expose shadows made by objects placed on special light sensitive paper and the other provides all the materials to make a fully functional camera, straight down to the film barrel, respectively.

$25.00 US | Photojojo

Instant Love

Fuji Instax Instant Camera, $130.00

In the photobooth

I recently stumble upon this amazing collage by artist Ginger, and it's just brilliant, isn't it?

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Iron on

A little over a year ago, 18 year old André Lorenz Stock started BlackBook. He would buy tees from H&M and and use iron transfers {photographs} to customized them, and then sell them .... A year later the young man has now teamed up with the Swedish giant for a tshirt contest entitled "Project BlackBook". How does it work? You are invited to self a picture of yourself to H&M , and if the designer is fond of your the photo, your face will be seen in H&M stores around the world next spring.


Magnetic Interface

Set of eleven magnets that bring Adobe Photoshop's interface to your kitchen.

Let there be light

LICHTFAKTOR, a Cologne artists’ collective, uses light to give expression to their creativity. Their light writing technique utilizes various light sources and environments to create a sort of light graffiti.

Dandy Chronicles

Here is a series of photograph from Bastien Lattanzio's blog. The Paris-based photographer and video director is one of our coup de coeur of 2010; a frequent collaborator of designer Bérangère Claire (remember this) he's shot celebs such as Justice, Gildas+Masaya of Kitsuné fame (...) and also directed a video for sport giant Reebok.

We love the subtle charm of each photograph. For more images go here and there