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Tuesday, 07 July 2009


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Well Artazov nailed those photographs...

I think he nailed these shots!


Links to this kind of stuff is why I read this site!! Thanks!

Why can't we see some real photographs like these? http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2009/06/01/090601fa_fact_gawande

This boy needs a serious talking to. Great fun.

Why link to a spammy blog that copied all the pictures obviously without permission instead of his gallery? (which is at least linked in the blog)

Funny how this photo reminds me of Irving Penn's in your post on great photographers on the Internet.

Fantastic stuff. Very creative.

Thanks for the giggle, Mike.
Also see his 'Control him' series on his linked site.

A banal object becoming more than what it is. You dig up some real gems on this site!

Oh My God. The bokeh!

Boring subject after the first few.

I think he is Russian, located in Czech Republic.

I think everyone has hit the nail on the head with their comments.

Agreed...very nicely done!

He understands body language, and its importance. ch

This is indeed very neat and creative.

However, isn't this work truly sculpture which just happens to have been photographed so we can see it? Isn't photography the medium rather than the message here? (Not that there's anything wrong with that.)

Just wonderin'...

What, no nails playing poker?

Perhaps he could start a Joyful Nails website.

Awesome stuff! :)

Careful! It seems like this site installs malicious software:



Re the previous post about malicious software - I am confused. That Google page appears to show that the site is safe.


Seems like Google updated the rating now
Phew :)

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