Archive for the ‘ilovethatbook’ Category

February 9, 2012 0

Psychic hearts by Sandra Croft

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“I’m interested in the dreaminess that comes from a certain quality of light, and looking for these moments where imperfection and imbalance make for a perfect image. Usually it’s not a single feeling, but the overall stillness and isolation that emerges when you see the familiar from an unfamiliar perspective – a fleeting, delicate place […]

December 29, 2011 0

Top 5 photobooks 2011

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#1 – Nomad by Jeroen Toirkens #2 – Sochi Singers by Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen #3 – Playground by Jeroen Hofman #4 – DREAM CITY by Anoek Steketee and Eefje Blankevoort #5 – Parasomnia by Viviane Sassen

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December 8, 2011 0

The Liminal Points Project

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Rokov Publishing, founded by photographer Nick Rochowski is a new independent creative platform for collaborative output. I’m very excited to show you their first publication: The Liminal Points Project. The Liminal Points Project is a re-exploration of Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire and a journey back to a vivid childhood fantasy. Working at dawn, dusk and night […]

November 17, 2011 0

Paul Gerhard Diez, Travelling Across the USA

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It is the summer of 1954. A young student named Gerhard starts his ten-week journey across the USA. “The United States of America, a country that was so powerful, so distant, so foreign, they must have seen this young man as they would have looked upon an alien from outer space, a young man who […]

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February 2, 2011 0


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Freedom. I will get in my car and drive. I will leave everything behind. There are too many choices and everything is possible. So many doubts. FUCK YOU SUNSET is a book made by Janneke de Jong for a graduation project. The book starts with a story about wanting to get away and leave everything […]

December 18, 2010 0

Böhm #38: In-n-Out

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My heart jumped when Böhm #38 fell on my doormat. Böhm/Kobayashi is a publishing project by artists Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber. Quarterly they publish an issue of Böhm. This photographic magazine is often made about a central theme. The theme of Böhm #38 is the Airlines-Plane-collection. Markus Schaden and Katja Stuke both share an […]

December 15, 2010 0

Not many kingdoms left

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If I look through the Flickr stream of Jeff Luker, I notice that his photos keep getting better. Jeff knows what he wants to photograph, but most of the photos ‘look like’ accidental photographs. That’s the strength of Jeff Lukers work, he knows his style. A couple of months ago Jeff shot some series for […]

December 4, 2010 0

Tamara Lichtenstein

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Dreamy photos. Women. Youth. All expected topics in a book made by Tamara Lichtenstein. In this interview Tamara says here style is always changing. I don’t think it is. The topics (femininity, youth and a dreamy style) stay the same. But this is a good thing. Tamara Lichtenstein has a beautiful style and she should […]

November 17, 2010 0

Ein Magazin über Orte

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Sometimes you wish you’ve made the magazine you’re reading. This time I wish I was the editor in chief of Ein Magazin über Orte. After waking up (I was still dreaming of being the editor in chief of Ein Magazin über Orte) I realized that if ever will be an offline magazine, it will […]

October 28, 2010 0

Mariken Wessels: Elisabeth – I want to eat -

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Elisabeth. What’s wrong? Your photos tell something. There’s something not right. Are you happy? “Your harsh opinions and witty remarks; the medicines that were prescribed for you can help. Everything will be all right.” Mariken Wessels constructs her own story. With postcards, photographs and letters of a young woman founded in a little shop in […]