• Free At Last by Julia Bailey

    Free At Last by Julia Bailey

    5″ x 7″ Tintype Julia had this to say about the process of making FREE AT LAST. I had two girls modeling for me. The one playing ghost walked out of the frame after 3 seconds. The exposure time was 6 seconds. I would have used two exposures on the […]

     
  • Life after the Bomb by Bill Vaughn

    Life after the Bomb by Bill Vaughn

    5″ x 7″ Tintype Bill Vaughn, United States Here is what Bill had to say about his piece: The premise of the shot was that there had been a chemical weapons attack and all of the remaining people in the world had to wear a protective mask. Because of this, […]

     
  • A mask arrives in the Netherlands…

    A mask arrives in the Netherlands…

    Check this out! One has just arrived with Franklin Annink in Noord, in the Netherlands…

     
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  • A new mask arrives in Scotland…

    A new mask arrives in Scotland…

    Gordon Fraser “I am no Spielberg…”

     
  • The Creative Gap, but with gas masks.

    The Creative Gap, but with gas masks.

    (This post has been lifted (with permission), lock, stock and gas masks, from another blog.) One of the projects I have been given ‘Behind the Scenes’ access to for 2013 is ‘The Mask Series’ – An international, colloborative art project which is being curated by the American conceptual artist Shane […]

     
  • Your Gas Mask Is In The Post, and other creative starting blocks.

    Your Gas Mask Is In The Post, and other creative starting blocks.

    (This post has been lifted (with permission), lock, stock and gas masks, from another blog.) As some of you may already know, one of my goals of 2013 is to do more conscious thinking about creativity. What inspires it? What drives it? How can we tap in and harness it […]

     
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  • Breathless by Andreas Reh

    Breathless by Andreas Reh

     7.25″ x 9.25″ Clear Glass Ambrotype Andreas Reh, Germany As Andreas explains: “Breathless” was made by using a double exposure.  I captured the first scene using actors, and then turned the camera around to face a second, significantly smaller, scene.  In fact the skull seen here is only four inches […]

     
  • Mail Fail / Male Fell by Heather Oelklaus

    Mail Fail / Male Fell by Heather Oelklaus

    3.5″ x 4.5″ Tintype Heather Oelklaus, United States As Heather explains: I create art that incorporates a dark humour, describing a social landscape.  “Mail Fail / Male Fell” is a quarter plate, shot under studio lighting conditions, with a Crown Graphic camera.  The plate is enamelled trophy metal, which some […]

     
  • Lungs by Gerald Figal

    Lungs by Gerald Figal

    8″ x 10″ Tintype   Gerald Figal, United States Gerald said of this piece: In my case I knew what I wanted to do before the M10 Gas Mask arrived. I think my experience teaching a course on Japanese animation AND my extensive experience doing pinhole photography make me sensitive […]

     
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