I found these incredible glitter skulls at Target last night. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I know it’s officially here when Target sets up it’s Halloween section in the back of the store.
I took this picture with Hipstamatic and did some processing with the Picture Show app in random mode. I just discovered the Picture Show app a couple days ago and I really like the way it works with my Hipstamatic photos. I really like the random mode because it leads to happy accidents.
Bruahes on iPad
We took a walk around the motels in Wildwood looking for some interesting neon signs, even though it was still daytime and they weren’t lit up yet. This is one of my favorite signs.
Filed under Art, photography
I’ve been looking through some of the pictures I took in Wildwood. I just noticed that the Wildwood sign can be seen in the background, which is a nice surprise.
Hipstamatic iphoneography using Bettie XL lens and Ina’s 1935 film.
On Friday Hipstamatic released the 170 update and a new Hipstapac with the Bettie XL lens and Ina’s 1935 film. Part of the newest update was HipstaMart, their new printing service. This service is very unique because you place the order directly through the app and the prints are square. I placed two orders on Friday and one of the orders arrived (surprisingly) on Monday afternoon. The eco-friendly mailer it arrived in was very cute, and can be folded into a self supporting frame. A sticker has a picture of the HipstamiMinions, which kind of remind me of the hipper cousins of the Minions from Despicable Me. The prints are 4 x 4 inches and are reminiscent of the old photos my mom had in some older photo albums.
Here is a link to the incredible “How to Video” and the HipstaMart Print Lab site where you can get more information about the process and the prices.
The incredibly cute and eco-friendly mailer.
Two 4 x 4 prints from my trip to Wildwood from my HipstaMart order.
Brushes on iPad.
This drawing was done at the Cay Izumi and Kaiju Big Battel event at Dr. Sketchy’s in Brooklyn. This was one of the most fun Dr. Sketchy’s I’ve been to. The three-eyed, lobster clawed “Monster” was incredibly entertaining. Cay Izumi and the monster posed in various battle stances, using several props including a machete, a machine gun and a Captain America shield. You can see a slideshow of the event on Time Out New York‘s site, and I can be seen on pictures #6, #23, and the best view is #30.