Eduardo Morais · December 2005
Twisted metal, broken glass - how many shattered lives haunt the apparently soulless mechanical debris? It's not just the destroyed vehicles - here lies a whole lifestyle.
Eduardo Morais · February 2003
Pick up B&W film. Take photos of rays of light and television screens. Develop the film yourself, using the bathroom as a makeshift darkroom. Damage the negatives and paint over them with ecoline. And don't forget to use your fingers.
Eduardo Morais · October 2002
Experimenting with an out of focus TV screen. Music by Fizzarum.
Eduardo Morais · September 2002
Which photos are real?
Eduardo Morais · February 2002
An experimental short. Music by Salice.
Eduardo Morais · October 2001
What's the rush?
Marta Lopes · September 2001
Very high speed photography in transition.
Eduardo Morais · July 2001
A study on very sharp contrasts, exaggerating the collisions between an object and the skyline. It will literally rock your browser.
Eduardo Morais · April 2001
A display of concept artwork designed for an unfinished PC demo. It has a pre-apocalyptic, 'gothic' feel, quite different from most of the other works by the author.
Eduardo Morais · December 2000
Science fiction photography that merges the present day with visuals from the future, taken from the movie 'Bladerunner'.
Eduardo Morais · October 2000
Take three photos of the same place, cut thin stripes of each one and carefully overlay them. A curious technique with surprising results.
Ricardo Duque · July 2000
Unique moments while travelling through Europe.
Eduardo Morais · May 2000
Frozen moments in time.
Maria Ruiz · April 2000
Ricardo Duque · January 2000
A house with two doors: The first one will give access to a small road on the hillside, the second will give access to everywhere.
Eduardo Morais · December 1999
December 1999, pre-milennium tension at its peak.
Eduardo Morais · June 1999
A visual narrative of a quiet night stroll. Quiet?...
Eduardo Morais + Ricardo Duque · August 1998
A photographic journey through a lifeless city.
Eduardo Morais · March 1998
A corporate-sponsored diary entry.