Connecticut-based artist Bryan Nash Gill has created a series of large scale prints from cross sections of trees. Gill reveals the sublime power locked inside their arboreal rings, patterns not only of great beauty, but also a year-by-year record of the life and times of the fallen or damaged logs.
If you can bear to stand the translated sales pitch on this video, it’s well worth a watch. The Marmalade have created a robotic rig that can move a high-speed camera precisely and quickly around an object or scene, creating some stunning slow motion photography.
It’s so crisp and clear, it looks like CGI. You can watch without audio – just enjoy the gorgeous visuals.
18 months ago I came to Tribe as a 3D freelancer. I soon became an official member of the Tribe team. On one of my first visits to the studio, Andy let me borrow his Paul Smith Lomography Camera. Every day this camera has sat on my desk, mainly as a ornament. I occasionally remembered to take a photo with it. Last week we tried it out and noticed the film was finished. Today is my last day at Tribe under full time employment. So it seemed fitting to finally get that film developed.