Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow. Swiss photographer Corinne Vionnet’s artworks are made by combining hundreds of tourist photos into one. After searching and sifting through photo sharing sites, Corinne carefully layers 200 to 300 photos on top of one another until she gets her desired result. Found on bumbumbum

Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow. Swiss photographer Corinne Vionnet’s artworks are made by combining hundreds of tourist photos into one. After searching and sifting through photo sharing sites, Corinne carefully layers 200 to 300 photos on top of one another until she gets her desired result. Found on bumbumbum

Formed absence of light, Sonja Vordermaier. More photos of this stunning installation can be found at bumbumbum.

Formed absence of light, Sonja Vordermaier. More photos of this stunning installation can be found at bumbumbum.

Its amazing to see how design changes over the years. The above is one of a collection of images from an IBM presentation from 1975. Further images can be found on Square America. Thanks to bumbumbum for the heads up.

Its amazing to see how design changes over the years. The above is one of a collection of images from an IBM presentation from 1975. Further images can be found on Square America. Thanks to bumbumbum for the heads up.

‘Cowboys and Girlfriends’ (1992) is an outstanding photo series by American painter and photographer Richard Prince. 
In this series Prince has combined two larger series of photographs he made in the 80s. The archetypal cowboy images, though cropped, are reproduced facsimiles of originals from the Marlboro advertisements. The artist began rephotographing them after the company became the target of an antismoking campaign and was forced to stop using its famous model, the Marlboro Man. In Prince’s rendition, this “true American” is ironically turned from a hero into a survivor. 
Thanks to bumbumbum for the photo and text. More images can be found here.

‘Cowboys and Girlfriends’ (1992) is an outstanding photo series by American painter and photographer Richard Prince. 

In this series Prince has combined two larger series of photographs he made in the 80s. The archetypal cowboy images, though cropped, are reproduced facsimiles of originals from the Marlboro advertisements. The artist began rephotographing them after the company became the target of an antismoking campaign and was forced to stop using its famous model, the Marlboro Man. In Prince’s rendition, this “true American” is ironically turned from a hero into a survivor. 

Thanks to bumbumbum for the photo and text. More images can be found here.

One of a series of photos of Berlin by Matthias Heiderich, this one showing the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. More can be found here.

One of a series of photos of Berlin by Matthias Heiderich, this one showing the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. More can be found here.