Vivid Remediations A Visual Journal of Found Inspiration

Vivid Remediations
Crime Scenes, Then & Now
Crime Scenes, Then & Now

Photos by NYC photographer Marc Hermann

Repetition
Repetition

    from oddstuffmagazine.com    

Imaginary Towns
Imaginary Towns

Francesco Romoli      

Andrew Osokin
Andrew Osokin

“Andrew Osokin’s macro photographs of snowflakes and ice formations. The Moscow-based photographer captures detailed photos of the intricate structures of individual snowflakes and ice crystals that are in the process of melting away.” – The Telegraph  

¡Viva El Vochol!
¡Viva El Vochol!

“The Vochol is a 1990 Volkswagen Beetle that has been covered with 2,270,000 glass beads in a traditional Huichol form of craftwork. Glass and plastic beads have replaced the seeds that were originally used by the Huichol in their art. Huichol is an indigenous group from west central Mexico. The artists devoted 9,408 hours of […]

Bruce Davidson
Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson began taking photographs at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. While attending Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University, he continued to further his knowledge and develop his passion. He was later drafted into the army and stationed near Paris. There he met Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the founders of the […]

Weekend Warriors
Weekend Warriors

Weekend Warriors, Eric Omori 23 year old student at California State University, Long Beach. Self-proclaimed hamburger connoisseur.  

Slo Mo
Slo Mo

20 Things That Are Better In Slow Motion  

Silk
Silk

Silk Interactive Generative Art  

Dan Mountford
Dan Mountford

Dan Mountford is a 21 year old Multidisciplinary freelance designer & graphic design student living/studying in Brighton, England. Working predominantly in photography & Graphic Design.  

Evelyn Hofer
Evelyn Hofer

Evelyn Hofer “Evelyn Hofer was born in Marburg, Germany in 1922 and died in 2009 in Mexico City. In the years in between, Hofer created a body of work that both looked back to the tradition of August Sander and anticipated the color work of William Eggleston, causing her to be called “the most famous […]

Bound for Glory: America in Color
Bound for Glory: America in Color

‘Bound for Glory': New Deal America in Color Book Issues Historic Color Images of Poverty, Rural Life by Melissa Block “In the last years of the Depression, government photographers roamed the country to capture images of America: at play, at work, and struggling to survive. It was a New Deal project, the Farm Security Administration’s […]

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About Me

Education: BFA Photography, Art History (NYU '11)

Hobbies: photography, photoshop, drawing, web design, reading, hiking, cooking, home brewing, thinking, exploring.

Interests: art history, 19th and 20th century history, medieval European history, Islamic art, archaeology, astrophysics, quantum theory, philosophy, earth sciences, medical history, criminology, forensic photography, mid-20th century science fiction, archives, art criticism and theory.

Inspirations: Duane Michals, Weegee, Alphonse Bertillon, David Hockney, Eugene Atget, Lisette Model, Anselm Kiefer, Neo Rauch, Gottfried Helnwein, Wafaa Bilal, Shelley Rice, Martin Parr, Bill Viola, The Brothers Quay, Chris Marker, Agnés Varda, Jean Pierre Junet, Bill Bryson, Ray Bradbury, Aldous Huxley, Edgar Allan Poe, Rachel's, Yann Tiersen, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mogwai, Foxy Shazam, The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Vivaldi

website: www.miatorres.com
e-mail: miatorres.photo@gmail.com