This week we’re checking out Mike Kelley’s Airportraits, or those photos of dozens of planes taking off and landing in the same frame, relaxing to a soothing stream of jellyfish, talking about why so many restaurants have gone bankrupt, and more. Read more...
For most of us, simply grabbing a quick snap or our plane at the gate, or perhaps the wing through the window by our seat is enough to satisfy out thirst for photography. Not for Mike Kelley, though, oh no. He camped out at some of the busiest airports in the world to photograph planes [...]Show More Summary
What if planes flew in flocks like birds? We’re talking hundreds of planes, in the air at the same time, using the same runway. What would that look like? Something like this: Mike Kelley created composites of planes at airports around...Show More Summary
Photographer Mike Kelley visited airports around the world, took pictures of airplanes leaving, and then pieced the photos together in a series of composite photos. The result was Airportraits. A… Tags: compositing, flights, photogr...
In 2014, Los Angeles-based photographer Mike Kelley became an internet sensation after releasing a composite image featuring seven hours of takeoffs at LAX. The images were taken individually, and then stitched together to create a stunning and unique look at the world of aviation. Show More Summary
Artist Mike Kelley creates "Airportraits" of the world's airports by photographing all the planes that take off on a given day, then compositing them together into a kind of time-lapse of a day's worth of flights, which presents an instantly comprehensible way of comparing the different services; they're available as stunning prints. (via Kottke) (more…)
Mike Kelley has travelled to airports all over the world, photographing planes taking off and landing and then stitching them together into photos showing each airport’s traffic. (via @feltron whose book features an Airportrait on the cover) Tags: flying infoviz Mike Kelley photography
When you hear the phrase "air traffic photos," what comes to mind? Most likely some dull graphics documenting airplane patterns. (Is that actually what they are? I really don't know.) Either way, Mike Kelley, an LA-based architectural...Show More Summary
Image Cache: Well, sort of. Photographer Mike Kelley camped out at Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport, along with 17 other airports around the world, to capture hundreds of photos of airplanes large and small on their takeoff climbs. Stitched together, the result looks like some kind of perfectly coordinated flying magic. More »
My name is Mike Kelley. I’ve been lucky enough to travel the world and see incredible architecture while working for hotels, architects, designers, and developers. In this article, I’d like to share with you one of my favorite techniques for photographing architecture. Show More Summary
Dennis sends us a link to the story of Mike Friend, owner of Fast Machine Gun Shoot, in Wyandotte, Oklahoma, who fired a 105mm artillery round at his range the other day. It struck the home of Gene Kelley who happened to be in another room when the round impacted; “It’s unbelievable,” Kelley said. “Unless […]
Skarstedt is presenting an exhibition of Mike Kelley?s shaped paintings, never before seen as a group, at its Chelsea gallery. Dating from the early to mid-1990s, this body of work demonstrates his return to the medium following a 15-year span of performance, multimedia and installation art. Show More Summary
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The Mike Kelley Foundation's inaugural Artist Project Grants will award a total of $310,000 to nine L.A. nonprofits. [ more › ]
A miniature golf course will take up residence near downtown L.A.’s skid row in early 2017, but instead of featuring windmills and waterfalls, the course will be studded with buildings and other symbols of current and historic zoning issues in the area. “The Back 9: Golf and Zoning Policy in...
DC Comics thought it was riding a horror revival in the early ’90s, when it turned out they just had the good luck to hire Neil Gaiman to write Sandman. (Sure, the rest of the early Vertigo lineup, and the Vertigo precursors like the Alan Moore Swamp Thing, had a strong horror flavor in their […]
"Climate Change Deniers' Anthem" star... 4:06 With January Jones, Jennette McCurdy, Darren Criss, Beau Bridges, Estelle, Emily Osment, Atlas Genius, Jr Jr, Ben Feldman, Ed Weeks, Nora Kirkpatrick, Problem, Kelley Jakle, Open Mike Eagle,...Show More Summary
Magpie-eyed artist Jim Shaw has spent most of his career in the shadows of his good friends and colleagues Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy. He recently told The New Yorker that that he played "Poncho" to the late Kelly’s “Cisco Kid.” Now the New Museum is giving Shaw his time... More »
[caption id="attachment_74918" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Mike Kelley at Hauser & Wirth[/caption] Howard Halle reviews the Mike Kelley show at Hauser & Wirth, but I can't tell if he likes it. (He gives the show five stars, so I guess the answer is that he does.) He sees great sadness in the show. Show More Summary
Hauser & Wirth presents ?Mike Kelley?, the gallery?s first exhibition devoted to one of the most ambitious and influential artists of our time. Organized in collaboration with the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, the exhibition is the first in New York to focus exclusively on one of the most significant of Kelley?s later series, Kandors. Show More Summary