Stacey Whaley, fractals

Stacey Whaley is a painter using the most modern tools available and depending heavily on the mathematical principles of fractals (those graphical figures that tend to repeat themselves at different scales when you zoom in or zoom out). In most cases, when people follow this path, the result is quite predictable and there are a… Read More

Free shipping on prints, posters!

Some of my best images are available are posters, cards, prints, laminated prints, etc. on RedBubble.com. I like the quality of their service, their prices and the broad support (including good discussion forums about photo). What you’ll like even more is that they reduced the shipping costs to NOTHING for a week. They are celebrating… Read More

Métro, collages, déchirures

I created on RedBubble a calendar (for 2009) that I think should be interesting for people in love with all kinds of artistic alterations. Images taken from the Paris metropolitan railway (le Métro) in a station under heavy repair. It brought images from the past (probably 20 years ago or more) through the remains of… Read More

Hiroshima photos – never seen before

On August 6th, 1945, Hiroshima was bombed with the first atomic weapon. U.S. serviceman Robert L. Capp, who was attached to the occupation forces, found undevelopped films with many pictures that are available only this year. They are disturbing to say the less (I wanted to use one photo to illustrate this post, then decided… Read More