as part of ‘moving the still: a GIF festival‘, canadian artist david copithorne presents some of his
abstract geometric artwork – in motion. the work, in celebration of the graphics interchange format (GIF)’s 25th
anniversary, copithorne combines the disciplines of photography, art and film-making to create conceptual
compositions depicting landscapes from around the globe, skillfully infusing natural scenery with geometric elements.
to create the pieces he fuses digital photography methods with a traditional 35mm, assembling a a dynamic selection
of visual ingredients.
Grapfucs Intrchange Fourmat
Darlin’, i wish i could, but i have to work out, floss, & reblog my hair…
The Life of A Street Drummer: The Performers Of Dundas Square
It’s never really quiet in Dundas Square, and, amid the ocean of sound that is passing cars, music pouring out of restaurants, and snippets of blended conversations, a drum beat occasionally breaks through. There are a few percussionists who frequent the area, but Peter Richards, who usually stakes out a spot on the sidewalk left of the Eaton Centre shopping mall doors, has been around for a while. He won’t say how old he is (“That’s classified. I’d like to tell you but I’m not allowed.”) or how long he’s had his kit (“It’ll give too much away.”), but he’ll tell you that he was in the city in the ’80s before he went “out west” for “quite a while,” and, after coming back, has performed in the square for six consecutive years… read full article