Zeke Franco

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Here you can find most of my what I’m doing around the Web. All of my series of tubes point here—at least the tubes with feeds.

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Todd McLellan

Todd McLellan is a talented photographer from Canada who has a thing for photography and dissembling old mechanical machines. He shot a serie of various products like a camera, alarm clock, telephone and a typewriter.Really amazing to see how many parts were used for just one product. And also, it's almost all metal. I wonder how my Leica M3 will look like but I think I'll leave it up to Todd to do it and hope he does so one time.3 Vote(s)

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June 2010 Banksy US Tour

Sassy sassy sassy! Here's a collection, straight from that unstoppable spraypaint fiend, your favorite and mine, Bansy. He's taken to the streets of USA, mostly just for fun I'd hope, but probably in promotion of his film "Exit Through the Gift Shop." It just showed at the Lagoon in Minneapolis but I completely missed it. Lemme know if it's any good. Above and below you'll experience slap-happy loveliness sprayed all over the walls over the past few weeks.Smells good.4 Vote(s)

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June 2010 Banksy US Tour

Sassy sassy sassy! Here's a collection, straight from that unstoppable spraypaint fiend, your favorite and mine, Bansy. He's taken to the streets of USA, mostly just for fun I'd hope, but probably in promotion of his film "Exit Through the Gift Shop." It just showed at the Lagoon in Minneapolis but I completely missed it. Lemme know if it's any good. Above and below you'll experience slap-happy loveliness sprayed all over the walls over the past few weeks.Smells good.4 Vote(s)

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African beach calligraphy doodles

These doodles are done using instruments and techniques I have developed over the past 6 years. Before that, like anyone else, I did a lot of scratching with sticks.As a calligrapher I have a particular interest in African colonial and pre-colonial writing systems, so when I doodle on the beach its often along these lines. The more angular letter styles take their inspiration from Tifinagh, the script of the Tuareg people of North Africa. It is interesting how that, even to this day, the Tifinagh resembles ancient Greek and Phoenician.The interesting-looking characters in other pieces are usually taken from west African symbols such as the Adinkra symbols of the Akan people of Ghana and the Ivory Coast. They're mostly meaningless doodles - a play with form.- &rew4 Vote(s)

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