Hello dear readers, and welcome to the beginning of a new week, or the end of an old week, depending on your perspective. I’m enjoying the final two days of a beautiful long weekend in the Berkshires. This is a photo of Saturday night’s sunset in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Simply breathtaking.
Meat America is an eye-opening and artery-clogging tour of the American spirit, as told through meat. This photo by Dominic Episcopo, winner of a PDN Taste Food Photography Award, was snapped by me at the Photo Plus Expo, held at NYC’s Javits Center in October 2016.
We had quite the snowstorm here in New York on the same day I had to travel to Brooklyn for an Art Opening. Lovely. As much as the snow and wind created an unfortunate commuting experience, it did also make for an opportunity to take some nice photos. Pedro’s Mexican Restaurant, located at 73 Jay Street, at the corner of Front Street, is illuminated by exterior lights that change color in rotation, and I stood still just long enough to snap this photo just as the lights were turning Pink! Excellent.
Hey what’s up. Do you like Halloween, contests and winning stuff? I sure do. So what better way to possibly win some serious Halloween swag than by participating in this fun Halloween Costume Contest from Crispy Green!
To enter, simply post a photo of your child’s scariest, cutest or most CREATIVE costume to Crispy Green’sHalloween Costume Photo Contest! Snap a photo of your child in his or her awesome costume, upload to any social media site and hashtag the photo #CGLOVESHALLOWEEN to automatically be entered. That’s it! The photo with the most votes wins a Halloween Family Fun Night prize pack valued at $100 – and some yummy Crispy Green!
Check out all the cool stuff you can win below!
Enter and Vote on Crispy Green’s Face Book Page at This Link! Limit: One entry per child. Last day for entries is November 4, 2014. Voting ends November 7, 2014. Good Luck!
Elad Lassry (born 1977, Tel Aviv, Israel) is an Israeli-American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. His chromogenic color prints — still life compositions, stock images, photocollages and studio portraits of friends and celebrities — never exceed the dimensions of a magazine page or spread and are displayed in frames that derive their colors from the dominant hues in the photographs. I love how this photo looks so much like an ad, and thus succeeds on the same level as the work of Andy Warhol to elevate commercial images to the realm of fine artwork.
Nailpolish (2009) is a new acquisition to the photography collection of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.