Monthly Archives: April 2012

Typographic Photography by Arne Lind

Johnston Underground, London May 1985

Hello, I am Arne. I live and work in Stockholm, Sweden. I work as a graphic designer and I became interested in photography in the late 1960s. The interest raise during the 1980s as art director for a Photo magazine (FOTO).

A wide range of cameras have been used over the years. Mostly Leicas. M2, M3, M5, M6 and a Leicaflex SL2. In early years Practica, Yashica, Canon, Hasselblad 1000F. Later, besides the Leicas, Canon Dial, Nikon, mostly FM and FE, occasionally a Leica CL, a Minox 35, Pentax 6×7, Hasselblad 500C and so on. The film has mainly been Kodak Tri-X. Negatives are scanned in 16-bit (positive scan then inverted), Photoshop is used for the final work which is limited to dust and scratches besides cropping and image contrasts.

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Hillman Curtis (1961 – 2012)

David Hillman Curtis (February 24, 1961 – April 18, 2012) was an American new media designer, author, and filmmaker. Hillman Curtis was a former rock musician who became a prominent first-generation Web designer and a visionary figure in the Internet’s evolution: from a predominantly text-based medium to the multimedia platform it is today. He made the first ever Flash website and died on Wednesday, at his home in Brooklyn.

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With APEXvj you can stream music from SoundCloud and see how they behave visually. Available for desktop, mobile and browser. Uses Flash’s new Stage3D. Awesomeness of it will blow nuts.