Friday, February 29, 2008


Today I’m featured on artreview.com – which I encourage you to join – with selections made from both my Being Inside and Bad News series.

I’m still working on promoting the Knees Are Weird call for entries, with some updates having been made to the FAQ and Call for Entries pages to clarify a few things. Most notably, I made it clearer that I’m looking for images made with the idea of Knees as a starting point, but not necessarily directly of knees, though I’m certainly willing to receive those as well. Check out the FAQ for a clearer explanation. Let me know if you have any promotion ideas.

Saturday night is the SCAD Fashion Haus runway show, so if you have tickets, I’ll see you there.

You should also check out the work on this site by Youn-Hae Chang Heavy Industries. I especially enjoy this one especially at the end.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 4:23 pm  

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Fashion Haus’s Wonderland


You may have missed this, but the wonderland selections are now up on my website. These are the images that were chosen by the staff for the look-book, and the online portfolio may change after I finish the 3 book projects I’m working on and scan the rest of the 22 rolls shot for these shoots. You can check them out there, but if you’re lazy that’s ok, because eventually I’ll be posting each outfit and selections from the shoot here.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 6:49 pm  

Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Call for Entries

for

Knees Are Weird


Sorry if you’re seeing this image again, I removed it from my last post and put it here.

I decided to try my hand at curating a small body of work on the Knee. I go into more detail on the newly registered www.kneesareweird.com. It’s a little bit absurd, I know. Anyway, I’m just trying to make a super simple, easy to read website, at this point.

Let me know if there are any spelling mistakes, or if you have any advice concerning the font.

Feel free to promote the call for entries, anywhere! You can use my image or make your own, whatever! I want a really varied and unexpected mix of work.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 8:41 am  

Monday, February 25, 2008


Well, you know..

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 9:52 pm  

Sunday, February 24, 2008



Today I’m missing beth. I hope she’s not sad, like in this picture. Working working working. I love my buds who will just hang out and work with me, watching star trek or something similarly amazing. Oh man I found so much star trek. I’m going to send it to my dad, we used to watch it together when I was in the single digits. I miss him too.

Oh, check out this well done campaign.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 6:54 am  

Friday, February 22, 2008


And the digital shots from Alisha’s Studio.
posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 6:42 pm  

Thursday, February 21, 2008



Here are a couple of the film pictures I took at Alisha’s studio over break. I’ll probably post a couple digital pictures tomorrow. You can see the rest of the film shots here on flickr.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 5:35 pm  

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Get This Now



I’m serious. I can’t recommend Audiosurf enough. It makes a racetrack/fast based puzzle game out of every single song you own. It’s like racing through a visualization (well, it basically is). I’m hoping they’ll continue adding to it, but for the ten bucks it is right now, it’s amazing. It’s alternatively extremely relaxing or exhilarating. Download it and put it on some square pusher, dan deacon, or man man… or alternatively some journey or meatloaf or RJD2 or Daedalus. Seriously, just give it a shot.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 12:41 pm  

Friday, February 15, 2008



We shot the entire look book today, the 12 selected outfits for the juried publication, several locations, from 6am till 4pm. I’m actually amazed we fit it all in.
Everything fell into place, one model left and the next would show up, or they’d even be early. It was probably the most pleasant fashion shoot I’ve ever been involved with.
I’m extremely glad they supported me in my decision to shoot all natural light and reflector, and I think it’s going to look better for it.
The light was beautiful and besides it being too cold to feel my hands for the first couple shoots, after it warmed up the weather was beautiful.

After shooting 22 rolls of film, though, I’m a little pooped. So, I’m taking a break and here’s a picture beth took of me dealing with, you know, grown man business.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 11:55 am  

Thursday, February 14, 2008



(copywrite A. Neonakis, check out the others)

Better late then stuck at Leningrad. Happy Valentine’s day, people.

posted by Ian Aleksander Adams at 3:22 pm  

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