+ Work : frompamm and Lomography @ Blue Hour Sessions +Working on some exciting #lomo #love for the next few months!

+ Work : frompamm and Lomography @ Blue Hour Sessions +

Working on some exciting #lomo #love for the next few months!

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E on Flickr.Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

E on Flickr.

Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

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D on Flickr.Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

D on Flickr.

Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

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B on Flickr.Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

B on Flickr.

Drawings on a frozen day - continued.

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A on Flickr.Drawings on a frozen day - not that i’m feeling any grain of depression, instead, i could be overly thrilled for these frozen rain drops. Please don’t let spring in!

A on Flickr.

Drawings on a frozen day - not that i’m feeling any grain of depression, instead, i could be overly thrilled for these frozen rain drops. Please don’t let spring in!

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LeCollagiste Channel Vimeo: The Lofty Messages of Faces and Dreams

lecollagiste-channel:

{ Series }

Taking aspirations from text by a similar title,”The Lofty Message of Forest and Streams” - attributed to artist, Guo Xi (郭熙), a traditional Chinese painter with illusive displacement for mother nature’s landscapes.

These are my fixations on his surrealities of a “Floating…

Originally from LeCollagiste Channel Vimeo

LeCollagiste Channel Vimeo: The Lofty Messages of Faces and Dreams {B}

lecollagiste-channel:

{Series - B}
Second instalment to the floating perspectives series, based on a traditional text with similar sentiments on the illusive beauty that is revealed within nature and it’s pictorial - “The Lofty Message of Forest and Streams”. Attributed to the artist, Guo Xi (郭熙), a traditional…

Originally from LeCollagiste Channel Vimeo

onceinahouseonahill:

Beginnings of a possible new project. I’m not sure if this happens with
anyone else, but when i encounter a scene that feels like it resonates with
me and my memories, i take a photo - while taking a photo, i see lines cast
upon it like shadows and sparks of light. I try to recreate these visions
on screen and see how it feels.. not sure where this will go though. Some
insights.

[image: Inline images 1]

onceinahouseonahill:

Beginnings of a possible new project. I’m not sure if this happens with
anyone else, but when i encounter a scene that feels like it resonates with
me and my memories, i take a photo - while taking a photo, i see lines cast
upon it like shadows and sparks of light. I try to recreate these visions
on screen and see how it feels.. not sure where this will go though. Some
insights.

[image: Inline images 1]

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Originally from _FROMPAMM • ON A HILL

onceinahouseonahill:

Continuing the art project, some details upclose.

onceinahouseonahill:

Continuing the art project, some details upclose.

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Originally from _FROMPAMM • ON A HILL

comments on the #weather - “this rain is a mother fudger” #frompamm #illustration #bw #linedrawings

comments on the #weather - “this rain is a mother fudger” #frompamm #illustration #bw #linedrawings

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re-draw — #texture amoeba #linedrawings #bw #frompamm #illustration —

re-draw — #texture amoeba #linedrawings #bw #frompamm #illustration —

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monster cat umbrella braving the bulbs of rain #frompamm #illustration #bw #linedrawings

monster cat umbrella braving the bulbs of rain #frompamm #illustration #bw #linedrawings

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//METROPIA// -  Tarik Saleh

A futuristic look at a terrifying Europe where the world is running out of oil. A gigantic underground network is created by joining all the various undergrounds together underneath Europe. Roger (Vincent Gallo) from a suburb of Stockholm avoids the underground because he finds it disturbing. Sometimes when he is too near the underground, he hears a strange voice in his head.
One day Roger stumbles upon the truth that his life is controlled in every detail. In order to break free he combines forces with super-model Nina (Juliette Lewis).

//METROPIA// -  Tarik Saleh

A futuristic look at a terrifying Europe where the world is running out of oil. A gigantic underground network is created by joining all the various undergrounds together underneath Europe. Roger (Vincent Gallo) from a suburb of Stockholm avoids the underground because he finds it disturbing. Sometimes when he is too near the underground, he hears a strange voice in his head.

One day Roger stumbles upon the truth that his life is controlled in every detail. In order to break free he combines forces with super-model Nina (Juliette Lewis).

Oh - hi, new favourite composer. I love finding new music, especially the kind that makes sense altogether - that you find the reasons for being drawn to them is not at all far from separate, but unwittingly close to you already; that you’ve actually been in contact with it’s notes and tones before. 

I stumbled upon musician, Max Richter as I was doing a search on Kodak’s color infrared film, Aerochrome. This, after linking from photographer Richard Mosse {also, new favorite photographer, more like, photojournalist} and his document on 

Congo, you can read an interview with the Conscientious Extended here {you should}. Words cannot describe the juxtaposition between beauty and the reality of war-worn Congo, a peek here.

A little more about the film that was originally developed for camouflage detection by the military {thanks to the army, we’ve had some really good contributions to the art world, another example would include the video camera used in the Yann Arthus-Bertrand documentary, “Home”} it registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, rendering the green in landscapes, a vivid hue of cool winter pink tones, such beauty!

Why kodak has decided to cease production of something so special, leaves me {honestly} not surprised - with all things extraordinary, they eventually have to end; you possibly feel the pinch more, because it was that significant. Other things that have ceased to continue in steady production {thanks to progress and economy} include, the original Polaroid camera and the following films for it T55/600/750/Spectra, and well, for the longer list {cause i’m no expert and have dropped out of that scene a long time ago} see here.

Back to Max Richter, after doing a little research on the man and also to answer the reasons why he has already been “unwittingly” exposed to me, is for the fact that he’s been here since the late 90’s collaborating with Future Sound of London and producing the award-winning {way back when, of course} sounds of "In The Mode" by none other than the great {at that point} Roni Size! And with that, Max Richter received my full attention.

I might love a multitude of music genres, especially since working at one of the most House-driven clubs in Asia, and having to be surrounded by taste-makers in slightly popped-out Singapore, my playlist has definitely grown lenient toward the gamut of more melodic dance music. The inspiration I have always received, however, from orchestral pieces has never left me at any time. It is the kind of sound to enrich, yet nothing you especially expect to talk about, unless you’re surrounded by business men and the financial crowd, but in this island, I find it difficult to be myself in front of so many people because they always put you to a category and if you grow from it, the minute you do, suddenly you’re a withering distraction and the purists won’t accept that.

Shoes, strayed from the topic at hand. Will leave that to another planet year, in the meantime, it’s been a beautiful Friday evening listening to Max Richter and finally {i think, for the first time in fact} actually “blogging” for real, just like old times, about life in general and how it’s like to be FROMPAMM / SUKI QUASIMODO in current 2011 times.

Peace out - A town ///

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ohsodevine:

Max Richter & Dinah Washington

On The Nature of Daylight & This Bitter Earth

Originally from OhSoDevine

(via The Beautiful Cliché)
Using Kodak TRI-X400 film, D’Agostin shot on a Leica M6 and a Nikon F100 to create the set of poetically granular images. Whether capturing one of the city’s quintessential pigeons, moorings in the lagoon or the wake of a boat, the original perspective and artistic production turn Venice into uncharted land.
"A Beautiful Cliché" is both a large-scale book and upcoming exhibition, opening tomorrow at The Chinese Porcelain Company in NYC and running through 15 December 2011. Produced by Venetian Heritage, the book sells for $60 or as a limited edition, which includes an 8×10-inch silver gelatin print for $500. Purchasing information can be found on D’Agostin’s website.

(via The Beautiful Cliché)

Using Kodak TRI-X400 film, D’Agostin shot on a Leica M6 and a Nikon F100 to create the set of poetically granular images. Whether capturing one of the city’s quintessential pigeons, moorings in the lagoon or the wake of a boat, the original perspective and artistic production turn Venice into uncharted land.

"A Beautiful Cliché" is both a large-scale book and upcoming exhibition, opening tomorrow at The Chinese Porcelain Company in NYC and running through 15 December 2011. Produced by Venetian Heritage, the book sells for $60 or as a limited edition, which includes an 8×10-inch silver gelatin print for $500. Purchasing information can be found on D’Agostin’s website.

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