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New Smoke Photography – gift ideas?

I have updated my smoke photography gallery, and have also split it up in two: ‘smoke’ and ‘smoke and mirrors’. Images in the latter gallery are symmetric due to the mirroring of the original picture upon itself.All of the smoke images can be purchased and delivered to your address. Metallic paper works really well for […]

Smoke Photography at Aqua Art Miami

Smoke Photography at Aqua Art Miami

As you can see on the screenshot, we’re featured on the AquaArt Miami website now, under AleatoricArt My smoke pictures will be shown in the AleatoricArt booth (41) among art of Martin Waugh, J Coleman-Miller, Ray Cabarga, Ted Lincoln, Allan Rodewald, Volborth/Miller, Reed Ghazala, Howard Pugh and professor Alex Volborth, who passsed away on October […]

4:10 am , November 10, 2009 Comments Off on Smoke Photography at Aqua Art Miami

Smoke Photography on Aqua Art Miami

The location for the exhibition changed from the Marlin Hotel to Aqua Art Miami 2009 – Booth 41 ! If you’re going to Art Basel Miami 2009 from December 3rd to 6th, don’t forget to drop by Aqua Art Miami for a great exhibition of Aleatoric Art The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists is doing […]

Ghost Town of Val Jalbert

What we’re gonna do right here is go back, back into time… that’s what it felt like when I visited Val-Jalbert earlier this month. The historic village of Val-Jalbert is the best preserved ghost town in Canada, abandoned in 1927 when the pulp factory closed shop and the employees had to leave their homes. Still […]

4:11 am , July 16, 2009 Comments Off on Ghost Town of Val Jalbert

Kain in concert for St-Jean in Repentigny

St-Jean again.. Quebec’s national holiday. It always goes hand in hand with celebrations and of course: music! In 2007 I posted about the concert with Karine St-Marie, and this year I went to see Kain.. Being relatively new to Quebec, I hadn’t heard from the band before seeing them that day, and I was pleasantly […]

3:53 am , June 26, 2009 Comments Off on Kain in concert for St-Jean in Repentigny
Smoke picture selected for cover of Aleatoric Art catalog

Smoke picture selected for cover of Aleatoric Art catalog

The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists (MAMA) has created a catalog to represent some of the work of its members. My work ‘Boy and his new Balloon’ was selected for the cover of the publication.Inside the catalog each page has a work and some text, and next to Boy and his new Balloon, this is […]

3:17 am , June 2, 2009 Comments Off on Smoke picture selected for cover of Aleatoric Art catalog
Smoke Photography Featured in Smashing Magazine

Smoke Photography Featured in Smashing Magazine

My Smoke photography was featured in Smashing Magazine. They published an overview of 50 incredible photography techniques and tutorials in which many great articles are linked. Number 7 is “Smoke Art Photography” and along with some other interesting articles it mentions my name and links to the recent interview that was published on Digital Photography […]

Widespread Panic t-shirt with 'Gemini' smoke picture

Widespread Panic t-shirt with ‘Gemini’ smoke picture

I finally got to taking a picture of the t-shirts Widespread Panic did for their tour, with my Gemini smoke picture on it. The text reads “Her dance needs no body” If you’re interesting in buying this t-shirt, you can go to their merchandise website. Or if you want another t-shirt design with one of […]

5:51 pm , April 7, 2009 Comments Off on Widespread Panic t-shirt with ‘Gemini’ smoke picture
Smoke Art Photography article on DPS

Smoke Art Photography article on DPS

Some more exposure for my Smoke Photography: Digital Photography School interviewed me about how to get started with smoke photography.. Here is the start of the article: Here at DPS we are always on the look out for photographic techniques that are pushing the boundaries of the medium. This week I’m excited to highlight Stoffel De […]

5:28 pm , March 19, 2009 Comments Off on Smoke Art Photography article on DPS
Smoke art - Homage to Magritte

Smoke art – Homage to Magritte

For those of you who don’t know Rene Magritte, he was a famous Belgian surrealist painter (1898-1967) with his most known works showing illusions, things that are not what they seem. The bowler hat should look familiar, and also the picture of the pipe with the inscription ‘Ceci n’est pas une pipe’ (This is not […]