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Introducing the Wrap-Around-the-Corner Frame, a modern geometrical marvel of rectangularity! You thought our magnetic photo rope was radical — well, the newest addition to our store is even more mind bending (and wall bending)!
The Wrap-Around-the-Corner frame is an all-in-one stack o’ frames that’s guaranteed to hug corners better than a Ferrari Enzo.
This puppy is truly a turning point in frame design, displaying up to 12 photos at a time whilst clinging to the corners of your wall.
Espresso stained wood keeps it classy, and ordinary frame brackets make it easy for the frame to grab your walls.
The All-New Wrap-Around-the-Corner Frame!
p.s. Wanna save some sweet sweet dollaroos? Get in our extra-special week-long promotion for the Wrap-Around-the-Corner frame! Find out more here.
What do David LaChapelle, Steve McCurry, and the cute art student who sells prints at the local coffee shop have in common?
Wait! Don’t change the channel yet!
We promise you that business cards don’t have to be stuffy, expensive or soul-crushingly dull, especially photographers’ cards.
In fact, your cards should be more creative than anybody’s, especially when the economy’s gone all pear-shaped. An artistic card will make people remember you/ think you’re awesome/ give you money.
Want proof? OK! We’ve found 12 smart, well-designed cards that deserve a place of honor in any art buyer’s contact list.
12 Awesome Photography Business Card Ideas
Photo credit: dailypoetics
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So here’s the thing: we know you guys are crafty sometimes, but crafty doesn’t necessarily mean girly.
Dainty? No need for it. Lady-like? Not our style.
With a little inkjet-printable canvas and a few minutes of time, you can make yourself a set of badass photo cuffs. Use any photo you want on them and you’ll instantly be the envy of all your friends with their sad, naked little wrists.
Best of all: no sewing required! Read on to find out how…
Photojojo’s Make Your Own Photo Cuffs
Here’s how the 50 States Project works:
Photographers from each of the United States receive the same 6 assignments throughout the year. The results of each assignment represent both the photographer’s style and their state.
It makes us really think about where we’re from, which we don’t often do. We take it for granted because it’s always been there.
What would you show about your neck of the woods? Would it be what people assume it’s like, or how it really is?
Try some of the assignments yourself (“People” just finished and “Habitat” just started). We’d love to see what you come up with, whether you live in a state, a province, or a sovereign city-state. (We’re looking at you, Monaco.)
The 50 States Project
Photo credits: Ben Huff, Alex Moomey, Katie Koti, and Peter Kearns.
People say that art is a great investment.
Well yeah, for people who are already rich. We are fabulous, yes, but rich? Not so much.
What to do if you want art on your walls that’s not your own? Search the web for an artistic windfall?
No, silly! Get Photojojo to do it for you! We’ve been combing the market and found 20 great photographers you can afford, even on a wee skimpy budget. Most of them sell prints for $25 or less.
So give your piggy-bank a friendly pat and put him back on the shelf. The little guy can remain happily unbroken.
20 Photographers Whose Work You Can Actually Afford
p.s. At PMA this week? If you wanna meet up with the Photojojo crew, drop us a line!
p.p.s. Hey, remember when we wrote about JPG Magazine going under? We’re happy to report that they’re back!
Photo credits: Yijun (Pixy) Liao, Carlo Van de Roer, and Joseph O. Holmes
Has inspiration walked out on you? Is your gray matter a bit too gray these days? Maybe you need a kick in the creative behindus.
The Photographic Dictionary pairs photos with definitions of words, but this isn’t your bog standard A-is-for-Apple dictionary.
Abstract ideas like ascent, vacuous and curiosity are our favorites, but even prosaic nouns like office and bridge make you think in a different way.
Whether you’ve got writer’s block or photographer’s ennui or the systemic aesthetic doldrums, the Photographic Dictionary is good for what ails you.
The Photographic Dictionary
Photo credits: Valerie Enriquez, Laurent Champoussin, Sophie Curtis, David Warren and Hasisi Park.
We hate getting rid of jars. We’re so sure they’ll come in handy someday, but in reality a person can only use so many jelly-jar glasses.
We’re happy to say we’ve finally found a use for our motley collection of pickle jars, soda bottles and assorted glass receptacles: frames!
It’s so simple we can’t believe we didn’t think of it before: just slide a photo into a jar, turn it upside down and display your upcyclin’ genius for all to see.
Glass Jar Frames
Photo credits: ‘stpiduko’
On twitter? Scroll down for something awesome!
You know that new movie where the little girl gets trapped by creepy imposter parents with buttons for eyes? Scary, right?
And right up our alley! Reader Henrique Ferreira let us know of a new site where you can make your own self-portraits with baleful button eyes.
Upload a photo (or use your built-in webcam) to start, then drag on your choice of shiny, soulless buttons. We like to think it shows the depraved villainy lurking just beneath your cuddly exterior.
Come, join us in our spooky parallel world. You can trust us. Mwa ha ha ha HA!!!
Button Your Eyes: Creepy Self-Portraits
p.s. It’s our first ever Photojojo Tweet Week-end and Photojojo is here to guide you into the micro-blogging light! Here’s the deal:
1) Start following @photojojo on Twitter before Monday (2/23) and automatically get a $2, $5, $7 or $10 Photojojo Store gift code!
2) Already following us? Go you! Just Re-tweet this to get your gift code!
If you wanted to break into a new industry, who would you ask? Somebody who knows all about it, right?
Well, that’s why we got Jason Geil ( whose photos have been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Rolling Stone Magazine) to give us some real-world tips about how to get started in professional photojournalism.
If you already make loads of money as a professional photographer, this article isn’t for you (although we still love you).
This article is for those of you trying to hone your photography skills enough to break into the field of photojournalism. Maybe you’re not planning to quit your day-job, but a little extra income from your photography each month wouldn’t hurt either.
We’ve got nine tips to help you get your news photos out of your camera and into the public eye. Next stop: Pulitzer Prize!
9 Tips for Breaking into Photojournalism
p.s. Photojojo (whoa, that’s us!) is looking for a part-time intern to wrangle our bits and bytes. If you’re a super enthusiastic code juggler who wants to help raise Photojojo’s level of programmatic amazingness, give us a yell!
Photo credit: Spc. Karah Cohen, U.S. Army
He was Man of the Year. He had a school named after him before he even got sworn in. And the country of Antigua is renaming their highest mountain after the guy.
People just love Barry.
But how do you prove that he loves YOU? With cold hard photographic evidence, that’s how.
Send the nice folks at ScanCafe a photo of yourself, and they’ll concoct a photo of you and the Big O on a date. It’s realistic! Convincing! Not creepy at all! (:-/)
Next up: Convince your friends that Barack’s leaving Michelle and his adorable kiddies for you, because you’re just that hot.
Obamafy Your Valentine’s Day
p.s. Thanks to reader/secret agent Molly for sending this our way!
p.p.s. Holy smokes! Reader/secret agent Damien Murphy entered a National Geographic contest on our advice, and he won! Go congratulate him!