December 19, 2011

It’s been a busy few months here at West, so we’ve got a big backlog of additions to the site to present today.

First, Abie Nedelka, who works as a technician for a number of photobooths in New York City, wrote us back in September to let us know about about a Tumblr she runs called LHOOQ Brooklyn. We’ve got the project posted in our Projects section and have also made listings for the three new photobooth locations she works in the city:

Next, Nancy Pochis Bank, whom we’ve listed in our Art section, let us know about a new piece of photobooth-based work she’s done, seen here:

Jack Watts, a photography student in the U.K., has sent us a project in which he sought to break all of the rules for passport photos taken in photobooths. We’ve posted the project in our Projects section, and include the photos below.

Les Matons let us know about a video on Dailymotion that captures photobooth portraits taken by a student in Marseille between 1997 and 2001, strung together in sequence to show the changes in her appearance. Check out the video here.

Thanks to everyone for their contributions. 2012 is going to be an exciting year for the photobooth, and we look forward to bringing you more news, projects, and shows from around the world.