Photography of Elliott Erwitt

"To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."   - Elliott Erwitt 

Elliott Erwitt is one of the best photographers of this century and is one of my favorites. As an amateur street photographer myself, I found his work to be one of the most inspiring that I ever see.

Born in Paris to Russian parents and raised in Italy and America, Erwitt is one of the first photographers to be part of the renown Magnum Agency.

His photographic sense of style distinguishes him from other documentary photographers because his approach is entirely casual and simple. He led the human sensitivity or like he said in an interviewed, the "manifestation of people" speaks in every way in each photo that he takes. Whether he takes pictures of people or of things that remind us the human side.

What I like about his style of work is how unlimited his curiosity is, like the one of an amateur. His photographs are full of playful emotions and ironic humor. The everyday ordinary becomes extraordinary, timeless imageries.

Well, I will not talk anymore I will let his work speak of itself…

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Converse x Missoni

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Found this cute little outfit on the sales rag of a store in Sweden. But little that I know I found myself in a place where all the flowers around me where the same color of the flowers of my outfit…I think I took the word match to another level. In any case I laugh and had fun with it.

"Earth laughs in flowers " - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Flowers Photos: Adri M. 
Shirt and short from Gina Tricot

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Summer Thoughts

“ Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns it calls me on and on across the universe. ”  - John Lennon

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Photo journal: Gothenburg Sweden

Im always amazed when I visit new countries and I explore different cultures. Last week I spent a few days in the beautiful city of Gothenburg in the west coast of Sweden. Part of this trip was to spend time with my swedish friends and of course do some sights seeing. Since the first time that I was there I spend all my time partying.

 But this time I discover that what it was actually so fascinating of this city it was not only the magnificent 17th century architecture, but actually it was the people from "Göteborg". 

There was something so warm and kind coming from everybody around me, that I couldn't stop taking pictures of them.

In this photo journal I mainly concentrate myself to shoot does faces that along the way I was meeting. Faces that make my experience more profound. Of course I took also the typically cliché  picture of the city, but what can I do, I was just a tourist walking around with my camera.  Anyway, I hope you guys like all the pictures as much as
I do.

Photos: Adri M. 

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Time is Dancing - Meike Harde

I always passed half of my morning on the internet trying to find new inspirational creations or ideas. One of my fave website where I can do actually this is Fubiz . There you can submerge yourself with the work of designers, photographers, stylist, architects, you name it, everything that scream creativity.

This week they feature the work of german designer Meike Harde  . On his latest work Harde redefine the idea of time with a really interesting clock. Call "Time is Dancing" the clock hands are represented by a ballerina that change of poses with each hour. With each different pose every hour, the clock not only give the motion of time, which is just numbers in our conscieus, but also give "time" a more meaningful approach. That is in constant changing but is moving in a more gracefully and delicate way. 

As a ballerina myself I love the idea of this clock, because in our hectic life, time becomes an stressful idea that do not let us see and enjoy everyday life experiences. I prefer to think that "time is dancing" maybe I will be late for everything (normal thing for me) but at least I will be enjoying every minute of it. 

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