Russell Edwards

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30 Awesome Photography Links From Around the Web

As another week passes us by Toad Hollow Photography has been looking high and low on the internet for the very best links to tutorials, features, …

How to Figure Out the Cost of a Medical Procedure Before it Happens

"How much will that cost?" It’s a question we aren’t used to asking in the healthcare marketplace. Many of us grew up with the $10 co-pay, but that’s …

Absinthe, Ambien, and Other Caustic Chemical Experiments with Photography

What happens if you put absinthe in your photographic emulsion? Or Drano? Or Ambien? These are the kind of caustic chemistry games New York artist …

Zagat

17 Spots in the Bay Area Where You Can Swim for Under $10 - Curbed SF

Summer's in full swing, and with the weekend forecast putting temperatures above 70 degrees in the city, we thought it best to update our map of <b>where to take a dip in the Bay Area for under $10</b>. We've made two additions to the map, Lake Anza and Cull Canyon. Both are located in the East Bay.<p>Like …

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Happy 75th Birthday

The King is Dead.

Floating lantern

Passage (part 2)

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Alphabets by Tim Fishlock

<i>Top:</i> <b><br>Shapeset alphabet.</b> Overlapping colour compositions. Giclee print on 305g stock. Hand-embossed, numbered and signed. A limited edition.<p><i>Bottom Left:</i><b><br>Typeseat alphabet:</b> Screen print. A limited edition of 300. (I beleive the text at the bottom names all of the chairs used).<p><i>Bottom right:</i> <b><br>A to Z</b> : A print commissioned by the London Transport Museum for their ‘Mind the Map’ exhibition. Based on the iconic London Underground map.

Roid: The future isn’t what it used to be

Starting as a graffiti writer in ‘99, Roid is now widely regarded as one of the most influential graffiti artists from the UK. He has strived to create his own unique style and advocates only looking outside the graffiti work for inspiration.<p>A prolific artist producing hundreds of pieces world-wide, Roid is treading a now familiar path, from buildings and walls to a studio and prints. The popularity of his illustration and artwork, as seen online and in a number of shows, has exploded.<p>Not only …

Color + Design Blog

Lyric a Day was an amazing project started by Charlotte Horsfal over two years ago. She has recently stopped this project, but has amassed a huge …

Color + Design Blog

Are you creating your very own DIY wedding invitations? If so, these are some gorgeous wedding script fonts that you should check out for use in your …