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theophilusmartins:

w/ The Father, The Son and the Jiggy Spirit.

theophilusmartins:

w/ The Father, The Son and the Jiggy Spirit.

hodinkee:

Now that’s a dashboard — complete with @jaegerlecoultre gauges. Can anyone name the car? (at www.hodinkee.com)

hodinkee:

Now that’s a dashboard — complete with @jaegerlecoultre gauges. Can anyone name the car? (at www.hodinkee.com)

mossless:


MOSSLESS: What do love enjoy about making photography books?
Eliot Dudik: Too much. If I could, I would just make books. I’ve made books out of pretty much all of my own imagery, so the problem has become making new imagery fast enough to have something to bind into a book. I’ve recently started working with select artists to bind some of their photographs into books. We’ll see how that goes, but I am excited about it.
I love sitting down with a set of images and trying to narrow it down to a concise edit and sequence. I found early on that nothing seems more final than binding a set of images into a book, and therefore the need to get the edit and sequence right is substantial. I love that. Get it right the first time, there’s no going back.
In terms of handmade books, I just love working with my hands. I love exactitude, precision, and accuracy, all of which are deeply necessary for bookmaking, and is likely the same reason I am addicted to playing darts. I enjoy working harder than I would have previously thought possible, and then being able to hold the object that I created knowing that I will enjoy it for the rest of my life. That’s it. I love books.       

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mossless:

MOSSLESS: What do love enjoy about making photography books?

Eliot DudikToo much. If I could, I would just make books. I’ve made books out of pretty much all of my own imagery, so the problem has become making new imagery fast enough to have something to bind into a book. I’ve recently started working with select artists to bind some of their photographs into books. We’ll see how that goes, but I am excited about it.

I love sitting down with a set of images and trying to narrow it down to a concise edit and sequence. I found early on that nothing seems more final than binding a set of images into a book, and therefore the need to get the edit and sequence right is substantial. I love that. Get it right the first time, there’s no going back.

In terms of handmade books, I just love working with my hands. I love exactitude, precision, and accuracy, all of which are deeply necessary for bookmaking, and is likely the same reason I am addicted to playing darts. I enjoy working harder than I would have previously thought possible, and then being able to hold the object that I created knowing that I will enjoy it for the rest of my life. That’s it. I love books.       

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lostinurbanism:

Muhammad Ali by Thomas Hoepker 

lostinurbanism:

Muhammad Ali by Thomas Hoepker 

(via gthegentleman)

linxspiration:

Jenson Button.

(Source: telegraph.co.uk)

iluvskinnybitches:

margot robbie

iluvskinnybitches:

margot robbie

theophilusmartins:

w/ The Father, The Son and the Jiggy Spirit.

theophilusmartins:

w/ The Father, The Son and the Jiggy Spirit.

hodinkee:

Now that’s a dashboard — complete with @jaegerlecoultre gauges. Can anyone name the car? (at www.hodinkee.com)

hodinkee:

Now that’s a dashboard — complete with @jaegerlecoultre gauges. Can anyone name the car? (at www.hodinkee.com)

(Source: hodinkee.com)

mossless:


MOSSLESS: What do love enjoy about making photography books?
Eliot Dudik: Too much. If I could, I would just make books. I’ve made books out of pretty much all of my own imagery, so the problem has become making new imagery fast enough to have something to bind into a book. I’ve recently started working with select artists to bind some of their photographs into books. We’ll see how that goes, but I am excited about it.
I love sitting down with a set of images and trying to narrow it down to a concise edit and sequence. I found early on that nothing seems more final than binding a set of images into a book, and therefore the need to get the edit and sequence right is substantial. I love that. Get it right the first time, there’s no going back.
In terms of handmade books, I just love working with my hands. I love exactitude, precision, and accuracy, all of which are deeply necessary for bookmaking, and is likely the same reason I am addicted to playing darts. I enjoy working harder than I would have previously thought possible, and then being able to hold the object that I created knowing that I will enjoy it for the rest of my life. That’s it. I love books.       

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mossless:

MOSSLESS: What do love enjoy about making photography books?

Eliot DudikToo much. If I could, I would just make books. I’ve made books out of pretty much all of my own imagery, so the problem has become making new imagery fast enough to have something to bind into a book. I’ve recently started working with select artists to bind some of their photographs into books. We’ll see how that goes, but I am excited about it.

I love sitting down with a set of images and trying to narrow it down to a concise edit and sequence. I found early on that nothing seems more final than binding a set of images into a book, and therefore the need to get the edit and sequence right is substantial. I love that. Get it right the first time, there’s no going back.

In terms of handmade books, I just love working with my hands. I love exactitude, precision, and accuracy, all of which are deeply necessary for bookmaking, and is likely the same reason I am addicted to playing darts. I enjoy working harder than I would have previously thought possible, and then being able to hold the object that I created knowing that I will enjoy it for the rest of my life. That’s it. I love books.       

Read more

lostinurbanism:

Muhammad Ali by Thomas Hoepker 

lostinurbanism:

Muhammad Ali by Thomas Hoepker 

(via gthegentleman)

(Source: italdred, via thebevel)

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