Posts Tagged "photography"

Jonpaul Douglass, “Pizza in the Wild.”

Photographer Jonpaul Douglass snapped some epic photographs of the exotic wild animal known as “Pizza" around Los Angeles, California, it’s natural habitat.  See more of the delicious creature below:


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Supersonic Visits: A Day in the Life of Matt Ritchie.

Recently, photographer Shaun Roberts shadowed Matt Ritchie throughout a normal day’s routine and the result is nothing less than a stunning portrait of a genuine, truly gifted artist.

Matt Ritchie lives and works in Castro Valley, California.  He creates his art throughout the day - he’s done everything under the sun artistically, from illustration to miniature, hand drawn and painted sculptures which are currently on view in a solo show, “Confero,” at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, California until August 23rd - while also working full time as a Park Ranger for the city of Fremont.

This delicate balance of work, creation and lack of sleep should be familiar to any artist and the photographs below paint a beautiful portrait of Ritchie’s devotion to his desire to create, speaking a thousand words on the nature of just what it means to be an artist.  Continue below for over 35 excellent photographs:


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Joel Tettamanti’s “Kobos.”

In these photographs Joel Tettamanti documents the different “Kobo” or blankets that citizens of Lesotho, Africa wear instead of traditional skins or furs.  See many more of the beautiful photographs below:


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Aakash Nihalani.

New geometric works by artist Aakash Nihalani (Previously on Supersonic) where the two-dimensional, brightly colored sculptures become three dimensional mind tricks that pass through some willing bystanders.  See more below!


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Ian Ruhter’s “Yosemite.”

I’ve been keeping up with Ian Ruhter on Supersonic since he first emailed me a few years ago with the video “Silver & Light" documenting his story of giving it all up to become a photographer and initially failing at that dream.  But instead of giving up Ian stepped beyond that failure and continued to pursue his goals.  The site of that first failure for Ian was at Yosemite and this is a short film that documents Ian’s first return to photograph it.

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