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Le Mans Classic 2010: By Laurent Nivalle

I am simply going to say stunning set of images by Laurent Nivalle.

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Across America: By ck/ck

Flickr sets these days seem to be pretty bland and lacking in a cohesive theme. So finding a set entitled Across America, which was entirely made up of photos shot during a road trip across the states gave me quite a bit of relief. I especially like the way this photographer captures the geographical and natural landscape. Check out more photos by ck/ck on his blog or flickr.

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Tokyo Stock Exchange 1990: Andreas Gursky

I have always really loved the work of Andreas Gursky, this is an especially compelling image of his. I don’t think any other image has captured this many identical black suits in action.

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O Campo: By Joachim Schmid

The aerial photographs of Joachim Schmid capture a side of the game that you don’t tend to see broadcast on television. Each eccentric field and it’s surrounding environment make these photographs a visual exploration of geography as well as the culture of fútbol in Brazil, which are definitely defining characteristics of their landscape.

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Katrin Huth

I spent the last two hours looking through page after page of Ktinka’s photo blog. I love the variety of subject matter as well as the how she captures light, color, and mood. Seriously vast and inspiring body of work, I especially love the shots that very simply capture experiences from her everyday life.

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Holga D Concept: By Saikat Biswas

This digital camera concept by Indian-born designer Saikat Biswas is awesome. It follows the aesthetic and function of the original Holga film cameras and unlike most digital cameras these days the Holga D is without a display. The mystique of not knowing how your shots came out until downloaded is a nice nod at it’s predecessor and the nostalgia many of us have for processing film. I am also very glad Biswas shared some of his sketches behind the design, seeing other designers processes is always interesting to me.

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Sign Painters: Jay B. Sauceda

Sign Painters is a personal project by photographer Jay B. Sauceda, which captures the very literally fading culture of sign painting in Texas.

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Suburbia Mexicana Project: Alejandro Cartagena

Suburbia Mexicana is a social commentary project by photographer Alejandro Cartagena, which does a superb job of highlighting the decay in these landscapes and dying river beds surrounding Monterey, Mexico. While speaking to this problem Alejandro simultaneously captures so much vibrance in the nature that still exists there.

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Matthias Heiderich: Winter Berlin

I stumbled across this beautiful collection of photos by Matthias Heiderich this morning. The stark graphic compositions and intense moments of color are awesome. The contrast between the winter scenes and the vibrant bits of color create this fun playfulness that I really enjoy.

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