We here at Bit Rebels love photography, and we constantly look at new photos so we can soak up the inspiration from them. I think everyone will agree with me when I say that when it comes to photography, there is so much that could potentially inspire you that you can’t really afford, as a designer, to overlook its importance in the every day approach to creativity and work. It’s in the colors, the motifs and the way the photographer captures whatever it is you are looking at. A good photographer can capture feelings, the impossible and even the unnatural. These are all of the things needed to feed the constant brilliance in your work.
However, it is when we find dedicated people like Kristina Alexanderson that we really marvel over the creativity some people harbor. Kristina made a promise to herself some 11 months ago to take a unique and funny picture involving Star Wars, no matter what it was about, every day. It’s part of her 365-2011 series called CClone 365-2011. There are a lot of people out there who are committed to their 365-2011 series, and one of the people who has really caught our attention here at Bit Rebels is Nini Baseema and her skillfully creative way of capturing her daily portraits filled with inspiration and cleverness.
Kristina is into her 305th day so far at the time I am writing this, and even though it says 365-2011 and that pretty much means one photograph per day, she’s already up to 345 photos of pure awesomeness. Of course, we can’t publish them all here, but we’ve picked 20 pictures (which are also featured over at DVICE) which make for a mini-collection derived out of her whole body of work. We intriguingly urge you to have a look at Kristina’s 365-2011 profile to have a complete look at the impressive pile of Star Wars photography she’s been able to mount up so far. It’s epic in every way, and I am sure you could derive many different mini-series of photos from all of them. We’re featuring her Stormtrooper lifestyle portraits. It’s amazing what a few action figures and some skillful photography can harvest, isn’t it?
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