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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (13 of 13)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,214,006 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 13
Pinhole Cameras: A DIY Guide by Chris Keeney
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Chris Keeney, aka ck3, has always been a favourite photographer of mine. My interest in his work began with a love for the inspiring way he photographed his kids (it must have been around the time that my wife got pregnant I guess - five of six years ago - and I already envied the quality of his family album!). These photos were truly unique and he took this unique view of the world as his experiments moved from film camera tinkering to pinhole photography. It was clear from early on that he wasn't only interested in taking photos from off-the-shelf pinhole cameras but wanted to investigate the possibilities of the basic structure of the actual camera.

Pinhole Cameras is a… Read more
WKInteract: Exterior - Interior Act 2 by WKInteract
5.0 out of 5 stars WK Wonder, 7 Feb 2006
WK INTERACT is a master, a master of motion. I've yet to see static artwork that reaches out to you like his does. I've just got hold of his latest book, Exterior - Interior Act 2 (published by DGV) and am shocked at how much better it is to see proper pictures of his work than the ones that I'm used to seeing on the internet (unfortunately I've yet to see a WK piece in the East of England!).
The book starts off with a transcribed conversation with the French man (now living in New york) that took place in Dec 2004 where he openly and honestly answers the interviewers questions very articulately. He discusses how he got started, his old heroes, his views on the… Read more
Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne by Jake Smallman
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I’ve been a little obsessed with Melbourne’s street art scene for quite a while; actually, since the day I discovered Melbourne Mark’s (that’s how I think of him!) State Of Flux; a great site dedicated to the art in and around Melbourne (in case you hadn’t guessed that already!). From then on I’ve been glued to that site and always enjoyed seeing all the new art as it was documented. I’m waffling…when I saw a while back that Stencil Graffiti Capital: Melbourne, by Jake Smallman & Carl Nyman, and published by Mark Batty, was coming out in the UK I was pretty excited and it’s been well worth the wait.
Just like the other Mark… Read more

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