Replica of a vippefyr located at Verdens Ende (World's End, or The End of the Earth) at the southernmost tip of the island of Tjome in Vestfold, Norway. A vippefyr or bascule light or tipping lantern was a type of small navigational aid popular in Denmark and Norway in the 18th century and before. It consisted of a basket in which wood or coal was set; this was then burned. The basket was affixed to a lever that allowed it to be manipulated as required. (The bascule from the French for "seesaw" refers to the counterbalancing of the lever, which facilitates raising and lowering the basket; when one end is lowered the other is raised.) The vippefyr system was generally viewed as ineffective, as it produced little light and was usually...
My work drifts from pure black and white to bright colors, often influenced by my state of mind.
Surreal and Fine art work from the norwegian photographer and digital artist Erik Brede.
Erik Brede is a self-taught Norwegian photographer and photoshop artist interested in surrealism, composite art, street life, nude/aktphoto, nature and landscape photography.
He got his first camera at the age of 13, and spent all his time in his fathers old darkroom. His black and white work is inspired by artists like Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Henri Cartier Bresson, Arno Minkkinen and Jeanloup Sieff, while his surreal work is inspired by artists like René Magritte, Jerry Uelsmann, Sarolta Ban, Erik Johansson and Michael Vincent...
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