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 We came across a beautiful collection of vintage photos of Brooklyn taken in the summer of 1974. Photographer Danny Lyon spent two months snapping pictures of the daily life in the borough — exploring Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Fort Green and Park Slope among other neighborhoods.   &nbsp
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With a population of just over 300,000 people and an alternately forbidding and breathtaking landscape of lava fields, geysers, seascapes and majestic waterfalls, Iceland has always been something of a curiosity to the rest of the globe. Small in stature, the island nation can seem, at times, like a land outside of time. In recent
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Over forty years ago, LIFE magazine published an intimate and, for the time, remarkably even-handed article on the mounting problems associated with street gangs in New York and other cities around the country. The piece focused on one gang in particular — the Reapers in the South Bronx — and featured a series of powerful
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Temples rise from the arid desert floor, minivans grow horns and dusty revelers cycle through the hazy expanse in photographer Zahra Khan’s images taken at last year’s Burning Man festival. Held since the early 1990s in a five-mile site in the Black Rock Desert, some 120 miles north of Reno, Nevada, Burning Man serves as
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A Holden VB Commodore muscle car appears suspended above the clouds in New Zealand-born photographer Simon Davidson’s latest “burnout” series. The cult gear-head activity involves spinning the rear wheels of a stationary car, by simultaneously hitting the breaks and gas, until the extreme heat from the resulting friction burns the rubber tires, literally shredding them
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Today is the first day of our favorite Belgian festival, Pukkelpop. Last year a unexpected whirlwind caused an early, dramatic end to this festival. Three people lost their lives. It left the festival goers, organization and the rest of our country in shock and disbelieve. Nevertheless thanks to the organization’s positivity and passion today Pukkelpop
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“Film actress Marilyn Monroe is found dead in her bed with an empty bottle of sleeping tablets by her side.” It’s been five decades since the world woke up one day to find out Marilyn Monroe was with us no more — gone way too early. But before that dark day in 1962, her dramatic life and
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As the 2012 London Olympics get underway, we looks back at another summer Olympiad in the great English capital, seven decades ago, when the city hosted the 1948 Games. Taking place just three short years after the end of the Second World War, when much of the city — and indeed, much of Europe —
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San Diego beach boys scan the waves and sun-kissed babes hold court in Ron Church’s immortal images of 60s West Coast surf culture. The late photographer’s lesser-known work is collected in Ron Church CA/HI 60 to 65, a new tome co-published by editor Tom Adler and The Surfer’s Journal, and comprised of scenes snapped up
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This edition of Butlin’s photographs, collated by Martin Parr, coincides with Butlin’s 75th anniversary. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, postcard entrepreneur John Hinde produced a series of images of Butlin’s popular holiday camps throughout the British Isles. With his trademark use of bright colors and elaborate staging, each photograph featured a large cast of
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French photographer Léo Caillard created the “Miami Houses” series, reminding of the works by german photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher. The only thing missing are Miami Vice’s Sonny and Rico rolling up their pastel-colored blazers walking along the beach.   Caillard’s clients include: Equinox, PMU, Eurostar, Playstation, Orange, Caudalie, Outfitters Chevrolet, Tabuba, Azzaro, MAC, Y3.
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    Let us introduce you to an extremely talented photographer from Antwerp, Mieke Verbijlen. With an eye for all things beautiful, she takes us for a visit in the living spaces of some of her closest friends. The photo’s she takes are visual poetry, she knows how to play with light and capture sentiment.
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We’re always looking forward to a new issue of Apartemento. This issue of everyone’s favorite everyday life interiors magazine includes the first Apartamento Fiction Supplement featuring Jocko Weyland, Amanda Maxwell, and our London fave Conor Donlon. Keep a look out for some familiar LA faces! Featuring: Tierney Gearon, Duncan Fallowell, Yrjö Kukkapuro, Conor Donlon, Nanos Valaoritis,Tomás
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Although we’re all about interiors, it’s the outdoors that inspire us most. We love to travel, meet new people and discover new places. That’s why we love Randy P. Martin’s work. He has a way of capturing breathtaking places and intimate moments. Makes us want to take the first plain and leave. Fecalface.com interviewed the
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Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has created this installation where, by controlling the humidity and atmospheric pressure in a room, he can conjure up surreal clouds that float elegantly inside a room. An ephemeral beauty that lasts for just a brief moment, but is captured forever as a photograph, proving Daliesque scenes occurred with a little
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