Ollie Gapper

aloverthatsighs:

HEY! do you care about young artists/photographers?
i’m part of this graduate show. and we’re soo close to raising the necessary funds to put on a great exhibition in Freerange, London. Even tiny pledges would help, and you’ll get some great rewards including prints from me and my talented peers!
CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE and i’ll love you forever!!

I’m a part of this show too! please help out in anyway you can (sharing is helping too!) 

aloverthatsighs:

HEY! do you care about young artists/photographers?

i’m part of this graduate show. and we’re soo close to raising the necessary funds to put on a great exhibition in Freerange, London. Even tiny pledges would help, and you’ll get some great rewards including prints from me and my talented peers!

CLICK HERE TO PLEDGE and i’ll love you forever!!

I’m a part of this show too! please help out in anyway you can (sharing is helping too!) 

(via salvadordewald)

littlebrownmushroom:

One of the things I love about this Walker Evans list from 1937 is that it was written the day after Christmas.

littlebrownmushroom:

One of the things I love about this Walker Evans list from 1937 is that it was written the day after Christmas.

I’ve finally put up a gallery of the images I took for my commission with The Discovery Channel during the Olympics. Which was nearly 2 years ago apparently. I know, I had to check the exif data.

I’ve finally put up a gallery of the images I took for my commission with The Discovery Channel during the Olympics. Which was nearly 2 years ago apparently. I know, I had to check the exif data.

I have a new website

I’ve rebranded and gone from olliegapperphotographyreallylongurl.com to a nice, simple olliegapper.com

Its a totally new site that I’ve spent hours and hours tweaking. Please compliment me. 

kylerdeutmeyer:

I did a little interview with Guillaume at La Maison Wertn. I’m pretty boring, but check it out!
lamaisonwertn:

Interview / Kyler Deutmeyer

kylerdeutmeyer:

I did a little interview with Guillaume at La Maison Wertn. I’m pretty boring, but check it out!

lamaisonwertn:

Interview / Kyler Deutmeyer

lensblr-network:

josh t. pearsontexas halltehuacana, texasfebruary 2014
by emilyblincoe.tumblr.com

Man, look at her blog, it’s just incredible.

lensblr-network:

josh t. pearson

texas hall

tehuacana, texas

february 2014

Man, look at her blog, it’s just incredible.
Just updated my site with a commission I shot last summer

Just updated my site with a commission I shot last summer

Der Greif – Exhibition: A Process - 18490

thomaspirot:

Nice to be part of this.

This is awesome. 

Just updated my site with a selection of images from my recent commercial assignment at a local Marina. Feedback is appreciated. 

Just updated my site with a selection of images from my recent commercial assignment at a local Marina. Feedback is appreciated. 

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instagram:

The Penny-Sized Illustrations of @samlarson

To see more photos of both Sam’s normal-sized and minuscule work, follow @samlarson on Instagram.

"I gather my inspiration from the American West," says Sam Larson (@samlarson), a 25-year-old Wisconsin native now working as a freelance artist in Carlsbad, California. “I like to get out into the mountains and desert whenever possible.” On Instagram, Sam shares his western-themed creations, which often take the form of tiny, penny-sized drawings.

Sam attributes his rekindled interest in illustration to Instagram. In 2013, after a five-year hiatus from art, “I started doing one drawing a night to post on Instagram. It was an exercise that held me accountable, and the encouragement helped keep me going.”

"Instagram has allowed me to make new friends, travel to places I didn’t know existed, share my art and so much more," says Sam. "I hope to inspire people to pick up a pen, or to embark on some type of adventure."