Daily Archives: Sep 12, 2010


Lars Borges is a Berlin-based portrait photographer who, from the moment he touched his first camera, knew he wanted to be a photographer. Borges creates contemporary, creative and visually innovative imagery all with the highest possible technical standards. His work is heavily influenced by music and movies, but he finds his biggest inspiration in the people he meets and photographs. In his series, Young/Old, people, […]


In his photographic series, Totems, Paris-based artist Alain Delorme captures the heart and souls of China that drive the every day life in Shanghai. The works present portraits of migrant workers perched on their bikes or on foot with their unbelieveable piles of product they transport across the cityday-to-day. Delorme shows a part of reality in its […]

Game Over

111 human pixels. Countless colored t-shirt changes. Weeks of planning. All of that, combined with a homemade “soundtrack” and four long hours in Baden, Switzerland’s Trafo Cinema will get you one incredible stop-motion game of human Pac-Man. The video is part of French-Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond‘s Game Over project – the fifth video performance in a […]