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The other day, I caught the tail end of the most incredible story on the radio about the secret life of Vivian Maier. A full time nanny living in Chicago in more →
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Photographer Gray Malin has wowed me once again with his series La Dolce Vita. He has documented Italy's most famous beaches, on a 2,000 mile coastal road more →
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Remember Dillon Marsh's Assimilation photo series that featured the incredibly large birds nests created by social weaver birds? His work caught my eye again, more →
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How did I manage to miss the record-to-face-selfie, aka sleevefacing, phenomenon? The term was first coined in 2007 by Welsh DJ Carl Morris after pictures were more →
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They say dogs resemble their owners . . . or is it that dog owners resemble their pets? With a bit of Photoshop trickery, Swiss photographer Sebastian more →
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More often than normal, we've been seeing portraits of animals - from cats to dogs to zoo animals - dressed so adorably in human clothing. Madrid based more →
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I can't get my head out of the clouds after discovering Jakob Wagner's photographs. While on a plane over the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, Jakob captured more →
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Polish artist Milena Korolczuk uses slices of good ol' Wonder Bread to sculpt tiny heads of iconic pop artists and historic figures like Jay-Z, Warhol, Plato, more →
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SurfLand is photographer Joni Sternbach's portrait project of surfing culture, shot on both coasts of the United States and Australia, using tintypes. I love more →
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This series of unbelievable images by African photographer Dillon Marsh, titled Assimilation, captures the nests of sociable weaver birds built around telephone more →
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