October 12 was Art Clokey’s birthday. Let’s dip back into the 50’s and take another look at the claymation pioneer’s earliest work…
Art Clokey was a pioneer in stop motion claymation (clay animation). He is popularly known as the creator of the animated shows Gumby and Davey and Goliath. The idea of the shows came from an experimental short film Clokey made in 1955 called Gumbasia. Here’s the video:
The 3 minute surreal short film was made by Clokey while he was a student at University of Southern California. Gumbasia’s style was influenced by his professor Slavko Vorkapić who taught him the Kinesthetic Film Principles. Clokey’s works later became cultural and influential icons.
October 12, 2011 would have been his 90th birthday. And as a homage to the master claymator, Google changed their homepage logo to an interactive Google doodle logo using characters from Gumby.
Stop motion animations, Super 8 clips & films, and other videos with analogue vibe are part of this month’s requested posts. Click on the link to see what you can contribute to the magazine.
I was given the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 by Lomography to take on my vacation to Switzerland and shoot a series. Back at home, I was able to take a couple of more pictures, before I had to send this amazing art lens back.
In the heydays of the 20th century, photographers Gérard Ifert, William Klein, and Wojciech Zamecznik invented a new sort and dimension of photography in the 50's and 60's. Taking lessons from abstract art, photography became capable of modernist, graphic surrealism with the camera.
Hans Eijkelboom was an artist of the 70's whose lifetime was concerned over identity. Through his works of art and photography, we joined him of his never-ending searches of faces, people, relationships, similarities of casual passers-by.
The Germany-based band Blackout Problems is recording their new album KAOS at the moment. Besides tons of cords, instruments and snacks they took plenty of Lomography cameras, film and an Art Lens to the studio. Now they allow us an intimate gaze into their band's life and work.
Ever looked up at the stars and wondered what’s out there? Well, this one’s for you. With work published in TIME Magazine and Wired, photojournalist Cassandra Klos' stunning series provides a rare glimpse into an alternate reality, light years away from earthly comforts.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras all over the country. In today's interview, photographer Lauren Woods talks about her mission generate women's confidence through her work.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras all over the country. Marissa Alper's work is reflecting her private life, and with it she is slowly tearing down the barriers she had to face as a female artist.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras. Lauren Lepore loves capturing true NYC moments to last in her photos beyond the existence of people and places. We talked to her about her thoughts on "controversial" work and the depiction of women in photography.