Fra en stor bunke kameragrej har jeg bygget en Franken-linse til makrofotografering. Den virker vist.
I’ve build a Franken-lens from a huge pile of photogear. I guess it works
Took this in Eksperimentarium in Copenhagen.
It so reminds me of a that movie “The Cell” where a horse is chopped into several pieces by falling glass plates. Later I have learned that the scene is a reference to Damien Hirst’s piece “Some Comfort Gained from the Acceptance of the Inherent Lies in Everything”.
Pretty nasty and freaky but still aesthetic and pure in it’s form.
This was taken in the awesome The Evolution Store in New York City.
A little strange shop full of things you never knew you wanted.
Naming this made me think of an old Tom Waits-interview where he says the faous words: \”I\’d rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy\”.
Spotted this the other day while waiting on the train. I was kinda hungover so at the time this struck me as really. I don\’t know about that now, but it sure is graphic as hell
I absolutely hat it when this happens. You are walking along in our own thoughts when sudden SNAP, CRACKLE, POP from under your shoe. Poor fella.
This is partly why I so much like the coming of spring. To cover up all the ugly and withering natures has shown the last many months.
A while back I bought a small ceramic mask made by an artist called Jon who has Down\’s Syndrome. Then the other day I found this drawing at work, and it\’s just looks so much like the mask. Maybe Jon stopped by?
This is a super hard edit. The original show a nice sunny day. I think it turned out pretty gothic 🙂
I’m about halfway through the last book in the series. Exciting stuff.
Hmmm…. He who must not be named looks like he could use a dentist appointment.
This little fella was a great model. It seemed that after every time I’d taken a picture of him, he would rearrange himself. Yeah, strike the pose 🙂
This is just about how I felt when I woke up this morning. Had a bit too much to drink last night, and today the hangover got revenge.
I love walking around in woods. It\’s about the most relaxing thing; being all alone (or with a friend) in a vast expanse of ancient silent trees.
A sign I found on this really old abattoir in France. In a part of France that had been German at some time of course. I mostly shot because I think the word \”schlacthaus\” sounds so gothic horror-ish 🙂
Btw: It\’s also called an abattoir in french. The building was found on Rue de l\’Abattoir.
I had really mixed feelings when I shot this mouse(?). I found it on the steps of the most serene and silent chapel imaginable. I still can\’t decide whether to be disgusted or to think it\’s beautiful. A little of both I guess. Too bad for the mouse