“FASCINATING GEOMETRY”, 2012
“WHAT’S HIS DEAL?”, 2012
“MATH FLIGHT”, 2012
“IS THERE ANYBODY HERE?”, 2011
“I SEE NOTHING IN SPACE AS PROMISING AS THE VIEW FROM A FERRIS WHEEL.”, 2012
“THE WHOLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONSTRUCTION AND CREATION IS EXACTLY THIS: THAT A THING CONSTRUCTED CAN ONLY BE LOVED AFTER IT IS CONSTRUCTED; BUT A THING CREATED IS LOVED BEFORE IT EXISTS.”, 2012
“FREEDOM OF RELIGION IS TO BE A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT”, 2013
“THE ACID HOUSE”, 2012
“CONFUSION TIME”, 2011
It’s just a feast of soul! =)
So, another wonderful news!
The March issue of the Eclectic magazine published an interview with popular Russian writer Michael Weller.
M. Weller is the most published of non-commercial Russian writers – a total circulation of his books is about 400 thousand copies in 38 editions only during year 2000.
An article, titled “Why is love silent?” framed with my black-and-white iPhoneography pics!
I am so pleased to know that, finally, the Russian publishers has recourse to use iPhoneography to design their magazines.
This is a great achievement and a good prospect!
It’s time to polish my dancing shoes! WooHoo!
It is a great honor and a huge pleasure to share my wonderful news!
The newest spring issue of the Eclectic magazine is already in the “air”!
Many thanks to Alexandra Goncharova, who heroically listened and recorded my long confusion considerations, which accompanied by splash of emotions, and turned them all into a laconic interview =)
NaProsvet. – What does it mean? What does the reason?
Hobbyist, Amateur, or Professional? iPhoneographers – what are they?
A bit of the styles and directions in art, of creative searches and of a career of i-artist, of Vanity Fair.
The earthly dreams and joys of the citizen with a little backpack, and many other intresting things you can learn from my interview in the March issue of Eclectic magazine.
p.s.Maybe later, I’ll take time to make translate…;)
So glad to share these wonderful news with you, my friends!
Soon! Soon! Soon! January 28!
“Mobile Masters, Crossing the Threshold” is in review at iTunes!
This iPad eBook is a commemorative companion to the Mobile Masters Sessions to be held at Macworld Expo on January 30, 3013. (some tickets still available)
“Over 50 of the worlds most notable iPhoneographers reveal their techniques, passion and vision in a compelling interactive format by the foremost author on iPhoneography Dan Marcolina. This iPad eBook is a companion to the Mobile Masters Sessions held at Macworld expo. And contains the work and views of most all the speakers and many more leaders in this mobile movement.
I believe we are at the beginning of a historical movement in photography “the mobile movement”. The convergence of: outstanding tech in a camera that is always with you, along with cheap easy to discover apps and the sharing and learning of techniques within the huge social gallery called instagram/facebook has allowed many more people to intuitively create with images.
Within this exponential growth there are small underground pockets of people that are truly reinventing the artform. This appBook is an attempt to not only reveal what these talented folks are doing with images but also expose their passion and vision for the movement.” -Dan Marcolina
Dan Marcolina is the owner of Phila-based Marcolina Design & MarcolinaSlate LLC . Known for his award-winning print, web, and video work, Dan’s images have appeared in juried shows and dozens of publications worldwide. His obsession with iPhone images has reinvigorated his love for both photography and visual experimentation.
I am really honored to have been selected to be a part of this ebook among the other most talented artists in the world, who represent the art of iPhoneography!
My huge congratulations to everyone, who participated! All contributions look absolutelly great and inspiring!
Of course, special thanks for this unique opportunity and for giving the honor of being a part of it to Dan Marcolina and Knox Bronson!
Knox Bronson is singer, composer, songwriter, artist, and sooooo on. First of all, Knox Bronson is founder of only curated site for the global iphonic art movement, P1xels—The Art of the iPhone, http://pixelsatanexhibition.com, featuring the work of the finest artists working the medium around the world. Knox produced the first ever juried gallery show of iphonic art three years ago and has since produced shows all over country and the world, garnering press all around the globe, including the New York Times, The Washington Post, and even representing the smiley face of the USA on a video feature for the Voice Of America network in the Middle East.
Please take time to view this promo video!
Don’t forget to download “Mobile Masters, Crossing the Threshold” at your iPad! ;)
Third anniversary of the launch of pixelsatanexhibition.com and the accidental birth of the iphonic art movement.
It’s a great honour and I really happy to have my work, “My own microcosm”, have been selected for the upcoming The Third Wave Exhibition
I am proud to be part of it, indeed! Congratulations to everyone selected!
The opening celebration will take place at the Garden Gate Creativity Center at 2911 Claremont Avenue in Berkeley this coming Saturday, December 1, at 6 p.m.
It will be a wonderful night, I guess…
Wish I could be there, unfortunately, there will be only my work and of course I’ll be there in mentally and spiritually =) I’ll be waiting for the news and any photo reports impatiently!
Huge thanks, Knox, for all things that you do for everyone of us!!! It’s very important and I really appreciate it!!!
This summer, I got a mail from the Finnish fashion magazine called “New Look.”
So, I got to know that they will have a city theme for article which includes fashion collages from four different cities in a big fall fashion issue. The chosen cities are Moscow, Paris, Dubai and Tokyo. There will be two page per city and the idea is to capture the “spirit” (through art, architecture, phenomenon/trends, colors, feeling, etc) and imply it to fashion with street style pictures, product photos and runway photos tied together with pictures of the city.
So, they were need for help to get the collages to be from the right point-of-view, capture the city’s real spirit and asked me to be their “guide” to Moscow.
Sure! I am in!
Afterwards we had a correspondence, as well as I sent them some of my black and white street shots.
After a while I got a mail from which I learned that the magazine is in the print!!!
YES! Finally I got my copy today!
Flipping through this wonderful magazine, I got that iPhoneography is gaining momentum! (at least for me, this is really important)
Oh, it is a great pleasure for me! NO!! I am absolutely thrilled!
I took some pictures of the article for you, friends.
What a pity, I don’t know Finnish…;)