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Self-initiated experiments. Building little worlds in isometric views.

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Within the world of promotional military videos, strategies don’t differ much from selling women’s cosmetics. Promoting youthful fun through products that are designed to solve disappointments, packaging speaks to the age of being savvy. The viewer engages with the sales video, and is left longing for the promise of a future valorized by sex they’ll deserve. Reinforcing products with flashy imagery, war-machine marketers will get you to grow up to be the man you always wanted to be, but who still gets to play video games.

Centered on reaching military purchaser affect via high-budget cinema aesthetics, the industry is giving the college-aged military market some attractive compatibility, like X-Box controllers that fire actual weapons and move real robots. These images are accompanied with slick soundtracks or There-Will-Be-Blood-style-color-correction and uncompromising durability. By the end of each video, arms purchasers must be chomping at the bit to get their sweaty hands on these real-life adaptations of Counterstrike, Call of Duty, Duck Hunt and Homefront (the game from where you can fly a drone).

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Amazing WaterfallCame across this beautiful and stunning waterfall photo. Unfortunately I don’t know who took it nor where exactly it is, supposedly somewhere in China. HiRes Version (1920×1440)

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Still finding oldies but moldies in my folders…

A 20×30 inch print might be a nice gift to that special someone who also happens to be a movie buff or historian…Surprise him or her with this bleak but interesting view of the old 42d street.

©Matt Weber

Filed under: (Street photography), Old New York, signs, Times Square Tagged: "New York", (Street photography), 42d Street, Black & White photos", Porn, SEX, Times Square, Urban Photos by Matt Weber

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From Freud to Salt n Pepa, mankind has long harboured an obsession with sexy times and the psychological mechanics surrounding them. Lust is such an individual experience that it gives free range to creatives looking to produce something erotic, playing as they can with our personal predilections.

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Luke Norman & Nik Adam are two young photographers who produce their work in a collaboration. They're part of what I think of as a new wave of artists producing conceptual photography with a heavy art slant (academics might have a name for that already). The photo above is from Peacock.

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