I had the pleasure of working with an outstanding designer and client on this one for Dr. Laura Delizonna’s Choosing Happiness project. I can’t wait to see the execution of the project since great concepts beget great work.
The San Mateo start-up, Fanhattan, is involved in a great trend in the tech start up arena right now – consolidating movie and TV content. If you’ve ever wanted to know if a movie was available for streaming, as a disc, or still in the theaters, Fanhattan’s got you covered. It’s a one click source for knowing if the content you want is available and for how much. It lists different sources, not just itunes, but amazon and vudu – price shopping! Of course, you can rent or buy right from the site, so it really does consolidate all those shows from so many different providers in one nice looking UX environment. I recommend signing up for the free beta at fanhattan.com and giving a whirl. See more the portraits here.
Well those sold fast! RH.com, aka Restoration Hardware, had Neo the Trakehner, the white / gray horse bowing, Cesar, a very tall chestnut, and Jag, a chestnut warmblood. See more of my fine art horse / equine work here and to send an inquiry to learn about pricing and availability.
Update: Visit my new artwork purchase prints site, psarteditions.com, where you can browse my horse / equine and other animal pictures for sale with framing options too.
visit petersamuels.com to see the new virtual digs
When it comes to still life / product photography, it’s projects like this that get me excited. These prosthetic limbs were designed by Scott Summit of Bespoke and backed by 3D printing systems. Both limbs shown were created by 3D printing and the metal one was chrome plated afterwards. Scott’s a product design guru of sorts and a long time client of mine.
Here are a few images from a previous shoot and a model who was very excited about her unique prosthetic.