28 pictures by ye rin mok / sse project

28 Pictures by Ye Rin Mok from SSE-P (via 01 Magazine ). I posted previously about SSE-P here and here , and Ye Rin Mok here .

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"Defining Design – What does it mean?" from "The Design Source Ltd." -- I've seen book wallpaper, but I've never seen books AS wallpaper! Given the subjects, maybe someone needed a window.

During an intermittent period of fourteen months spanning 1983 and 1984, Chris Killip photographed a small hardworking, but tight-knit community, located on the Northeastern coast of the United Kingdom. His subjects are the families and individuals who were making their living collecting and selling the coal found on a shore line. The coal that is found is called seacoal as thought to be coal arising from the sea. Killip’s project lay dormant until recently resurrected and published

During an intermittent period of fourteen months spanning 1983 and 1984, Chris Killip photographed a small hardworking, but tight-knit community, located on the Northeastern coast of the United Kingdom. His subjects are the families and individuals who were making their living collecting and selling the coal found on a shore line. The coal that is found is called seacoal as thought to be coal arising from the sea. Killip’s project lay dormant until recently resurrected and published

‘Versus’

‘Versus’

‘Versus’

‘Versus’

Thijs Heslenfeld appears to have traveled the global in search of men who are performing some unique work, or happen across a subject while in search of another.  In reading Thijs Heslenfeld’s introduction to his fourth photobook “Man at Work”, he raises a rhetorical question: “The question raised by each of these images: is a man’s identity based on his work, or is his work based on his identity?”

Thijs Heslenfeld appears to have traveled the global in search of men who are performing some unique work, or happen across a subject while in search of another. In reading Thijs Heslenfeld’s introduction to his fourth photobook “Man at Work”, he raises a rhetorical question: “The question raised by each of these images: is a man’s identity based on his work, or is his work based on his identity?”

This photobook is a mashed up narrative that intertwines the lives and family of two brothers, one brother is the subject, the unarmed solider, while the other is the unseen brother, who is the photographer. In this photobook, Clayton Cotterell provides a series of portraits of his brother Ian from young adulthood to that of a seasoned solider. Cotterell has a unique view-point as well as one that could create a bias that might hinder him, in that he has intimate knowledge of his subject.

This photobook is a mashed up narrative that intertwines the lives and family of two brothers, one brother is the subject, the unarmed solider, while the other is the unseen brother, who is the photographer. In this photobook, Clayton Cotterell provides a series of portraits of his brother Ian from young adulthood to that of a seasoned solider. Cotterell has a unique view-point as well as one that could create a bias that might hinder him, in that he has intimate knowledge of his subject.

Darin Mickey – Stuff I Gotta Remember Not to Forget

Darin Mickey – Stuff I Gotta Remember Not to Forget


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