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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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John Brosio - tornadoes
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Ai Weiwei, Gangnam Style.

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Ai Weiwei, Gangnam Style.

Happy Friday everyone!

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Ben Lo theartofanimation:

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Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen bitchville:

Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen bitchville:

Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen bitchville:

Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen bitchville:

Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen bitchville:

Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.
The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.
By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.
The Big Rush by briyen

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Photographer Brian Yen, aka briyen, captures the truly busy nature of a populated metropolis through his series of long exposure photography, revealing the dizzying paths of pedestrians and automobiles alike.

The photographer’s One Year in Hong Kong series originally intended to be a year-long project to turn into a book of sorts, but Yen has been continuously snapping shots for the last six years. The series documents the bright, cultural, and festive scenes that makes up Hong Kong; however, it’s these blurred moments of commuting that have caught our attention.

By choosing to take a step back in the bustling streets of this nonstop region, rich with life, Yen captures the endless stream of movement within several still images, each one encapsulating about five seconds of time. It’s as though you can hear a buzzing sound as everybody zips back and forth in every direction.

The Big Rush by briyen

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Andrew Hem.
Book Release & Signing.
This Saturday, October 20th at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California Andrew Hem will be signing his brand new book.  Andrew’s first monograph offers a comprehensive survey of his work from his graffiti to his fine art.  As well as signing copies of the book, 30 brand new original drawings will be on display.  The event is free and starts at 7pm.  Click here for more information. supersonicelectronic:

Andrew Hem.
Book Release & Signing.
This Saturday, October 20th at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California Andrew Hem will be signing his brand new book.  Andrew’s first monograph offers a comprehensive survey of his work from his graffiti to his fine art.  As well as signing copies of the book, 30 brand new original drawings will be on display.  The event is free and starts at 7pm.  Click here for more information. supersonicelectronic:

Andrew Hem.
Book Release & Signing.
This Saturday, October 20th at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California Andrew Hem will be signing his brand new book.  Andrew’s first monograph offers a comprehensive survey of his work from his graffiti to his fine art.  As well as signing copies of the book, 30 brand new original drawings will be on display.  The event is free and starts at 7pm.  Click here for more information. supersonicelectronic:

Andrew Hem.
Book Release & Signing.
This Saturday, October 20th at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California Andrew Hem will be signing his brand new book.  Andrew’s first monograph offers a comprehensive survey of his work from his graffiti to his fine art.  As well as signing copies of the book, 30 brand new original drawings will be on display.  The event is free and starts at 7pm.  Click here for more information.

supersonicelectronic:

Andrew Hem.

Book Release & Signing.

This Saturday, October 20th at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California Andrew Hem will be signing his brand new book.  Andrew’s first monograph offers a comprehensive survey of his work from his graffiti to his fine art.  As well as signing copies of the book, 30 brand new original drawings will be on display.  The event is free and starts at 7pm.  Click here for more information.

Storyboards for Psycho by Saul Bass | 1960

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