Ready for a little London Tour? Today we will show you London through the most iconic british albums. So if you will do this tour please don’t forget you iPod. The Beatles ‘Abbey Road’: Abbey Road, NW8. Let’s be honest, … Continue reading
The Silence of Dogs in Cars was inspired by a childhood memory of waiting in a car whilst his parents were shopping in a supermarket, and the youthful fear that they would not return.
Martin Usborne is a photographer who’s taken this scene and built on its emotional value to create set pieces of dogs in parked cars, which themselves appear to have been abandoned. By using evocative lighting and focussing on the dogs he asks visitors to ponder on what the animals are thinking; does the thought that its owner might not come back ever cross the dog’s mind? By placing some of the subjects in the driver’s seat, Usborne anthropomorphises the animals thus making them easier to identify with.
These photographs are beautifully shot and are designed to play on our emotions. It’s this combination plus the unique subject matter that’s likely to make this exhibition popular with visitors.
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Czech Republic – Strahov Theological Hall, Prague Formerly a monastery, the building was initially made of wood before it was later replaced with a stone façade. The Strahov Theological Hall became a fully functioning library in 1979 and boasts an ornately decorated … Continue reading
There was a time when the flash of a winning smile, or discrete handshake with a paper-lined palm would get you through the door of any airport lounge. The kind chaps at the Concorde Room would usher you in with … Continue reading
Black and white reigns in this modern new Parisian coffee shop. Pool is the visionary design team giving this hang out a true design identity. Hints of color like, bright pencils on the table, break up the monochromatic theme and embrace the … Continue reading
Until the day comes that I can purchase my own flying car, I will show you the brillian stylings of Renaud Marion‘s “Air Drive” vehicles Being a Fifth Element fan myself, I would love to have this come true!