Photography – random shots


Still Day Beneath the Sun

Still Day Beneath the Sun, oil and acrylic on canvas, 2013 This is another image from Cork City – somewhere around Dunbar Street. Its about 10 x 10 inches, I think. I’ve yet to measure it properly.

Featured artist – Nick Gentry

Nick Gentry’s work has appeared over the past two or three years on numerous technology, art and painting websites and blogs – and here we go again. So if you’ve seen his work before… tough sh*t (although you probably loved it anyway and don’t mind another look). If you haven’t seen it before – feast … Continue reading

Featured artist – Lars Elling

I couldn’t get too much information on Lars Elling and his website gave me some trouble (probably my temperamental laptop). All I can say here is he is from Norway, had his debut as a painter in 1997 and … well, that’s all I know so far. I’ll let his work speak for him. Here is … Continue reading

Ink drops in high definition

I had to re-post this because it kicks too much ass not to.

The most astounding fact…

Neil Degrasse Tyson delivering an important message. You’ve got to watch this.

The art of Caspar David Friedrich

This ain’t no art history lesson so I’m not going to harp on about Caspar David Friedrich’s life story – you can Google that. It will suffice to say he was a German landscape painter involved in the German Romanticism movement in the 19th century. He is regarded as one of the most prolific painters of his time. … Continue reading

Graffiti artist PHLEGM in Bantry – Co. Cork

Graffiti artist Phlegm (from Sheffield, England) painting two murals in Bantry – Co. Cork. His 2nd piece is called ‘The Salmon of Knowledge’.

DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo – Ki-Oku (Full Album)

One of DJ Krush’s best albums start to finish.

Abandoned World III

This is the last one (I swear!) — Oradour-sur-Glane, France Oradour-sur-Glan is a town in west-central France. The original village was destroyed on June 10, 1944, when 642 of its inhabitants were murdered by a German Waffen-SS company. A new village was built post-war on a nearby site and the original has been maintained as … Continue reading

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