… so you really fucked up, big time!?

... so you really fucked up, big time, 2017

… so you really fucked up, big time, 2017

Our distant relative contemplating on the state of human affairs, 2017. Another version of   … so you really

Digital collage, original digital UV print or canvas transfer up to 123 x 92 cm.

  • 2017, special recognition at IFAF Kranj – ZDSLU 2017
  • 2017, 2nd place in ArtOpen Artwork of the month September 2017 in category Conceptual arts

URBAN unveils the City and its secrets

passers by, 2015

passers by, 2015

Cari fotografi,

vi annunciamo con piacere che una (o più) delle vostre foto classificate all’edizione dell’anno scorso di URBAN Photo Contest sono state selezionate per una nuova pubblicazione: URBAN unveils the City and its secrets, una carrellata di storie urbane narrate attraverso la street photography (sfoglia libro)

Presenteremo il volume sabato 29 ottobre 2016 durante Trieste Photo Days. Se volete partecipare alla presentazione non esitate a scriverci!

Dear Photographers,

we’re glad to announce that one or more of your ranked pictures from last year’s edition of URBAN Photo Contest (2015) has been chosen for our new book: URBAN unveils the City and its secrets, an overview of City stories told through street photography (see here).

The book will be officially presented on Saturday October 29, 2016 in Trieste during Trieste Photo Days festival.

 

Mark Of Excellence for House No 12

house No 12, 2009

house No 12, 2009

One of earlier digital collages. Source photo was taken with Fuji FinePix S9600, f/2.8, 1/400, ISO 100, 6mm in my hometown, Radovljica, Slovenia. The house just by the town moat is uninhabited but still in good condition, although one would probably pass by without noticing it. Except maybe for the door frame build of tuff stone typical for its use for door and window frames in this area.

 

Valun

Valun, 2015

Valun, 2015

The pretty seaside hamlet of Valun, 14km southwest of Cres Town, is secluded at the foot of cliffs and surrounded by pebbly beaches. It’s appeal lies in its tranquillity: its restaurants are rarely crowded, and there’s a refreshing lack of souvenir stalls or touristy tack. … more on The Lonely Planet

  • The Mind’s Eye All About Photo Awards juror selection, 2016