Edward Neumann, aka EMCN, is primarily a photographer but also does abstract composites and image manipulations. His photos reflect the things he finds striking about London – South Bank, Canary Wharf and the West End – he is fascinated by all the different places that punctuate its path as it winds its way through the city. There are some recurring themes that Edward explores, such as the symmetry and leading lines in “Structure” and “Night”; the subject and environment in “Protest” ; the candidness in “City”. Please visit artist’s website or follow his Tumblr for more work.
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Pol Abraham, 1931
Group of a columns, Chichen Itza detal
Photo courtesy Thomas Jacob1
••• Flowers, Anaglyph, 2013 (if you got some glasses use ‘em now!)
Should you be in the South of France next week…. I will be showing some 3D anaglyph works…. “Studies With a Third Dimension” at the Villa Noailles for the Hyères 28e Festival International de Mode & de Photographie.
Shit is harder than my mind conceives to actually make. Ask the person who agreed to do a book of them…. hopefully coming soon.
••• Cubes 02, Anaglyph, 2013
Interactive Light System
Composed from a 1.1 meter diameter balloon, ‘fluff’, the interactive lighting system by japanese design studio tangent is a floating luminous body that creates dramatic spatial environments. the installation changes the color and rhythm of its light according to sound and video screens.