Whether you were watching on television, or among the displaced, something we all can agree on was the strange and eerie mood of Lower Manhattan during the week in which darkness descended upon New York City and wiped us all off the power grid.
In 1973, Vietnam-born photographer Gilles Larrain collected a series of bottles of Chanel No. 5. Taken with the Cartesian architectonic structure of the bottle, he began his photographic exploration of the iconic bottle in film and in Polaroid, which he later deconstructed with a variety of methods. The results, seen here, are quite stunning and [...]
David Titlow has worked for everyone, from Conde Nast, Stella, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Marie Claire, Stylist Magazine, Esquire, Vice, Nylon, Rolling Stone and more. With the breadth of work photographers like Titlow have, it can be hard to pinpoint their signature style. However, it is with his unique sense of playful positioning, party ambience, and [...]
Written by Guest Blogger Margherita Visentini The American photographer Julie Blackmon has a unique way of portraying everyday life. Her works are rich in geometric shapes and details, stolen directly from Dutch and Flemish painters of about 400 years ago while in their setting and lighting they evoke the paintings of Edward Hopper. History of [...]
Here is a compilation of the Agence France Presse (AFP) most enduring images of 2012, We selected 40 of all topics issues in the world this year. Impressive, shocking, saddening, funny and some very touching (we left aside some more shocking ones) see below our 40 favorite images of the Year!