Valentí Sanjuan. Hipster or homeless?

Valentí Sanjuan. Hipster or homeless?

explore-blog:

From Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek comes this, as Colossal aptly puts it, “once-in-a-lifetime photograph of a man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow.”

explore-blog:

From Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek comes this, as Colossal aptly puts it, “once-in-a-lifetime photograph of a man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow.”

(via explore-blog)

Modern working. (at Tecnocampus)

Modern working. (at Tecnocampus)

Circus backstage with girl, strong man and clown. (at Circ Raluy)

Circus backstage with girl, strong man and clown. (at Circ Raluy)

softpyramid:

Robert Duchesnay Walking on the top-level platform 1984A photograph of Joseph Beuys in Buckminster Fuller’s iconic geodesic dome of the Expo 67 pavilion on Montreal’s Île Sainte-Hélène.

softpyramid:

Robert Duchesnay
Walking on the top-level platform

1984


A photograph of Joseph Beuys in Buckminster Fuller’s iconic geodesic dome of the Expo 67 pavilion on Montreal’s Île Sainte-Hélène.

London based Mexican photographer and friend Norberto Romero (@tlahuiz) as MOnty Python’s Minister of Silly Walks.

London based Mexican photographer and friend Norberto Romero (@tlahuiz) as MOnty Python’s Minister of Silly Walks.

Photography? Yeah, that was before Instagram

Josep M. Ganyet

From Love to Bingo Getty Images by AlmapBBDO

The film is surprising when showing 873 unrelated images in 15 images per second, sufficient speed to transform the series into a video that, without any text, tells a beautiful story. All photos, without any exceptions, are from the Getty Images archives.

The coolest office spaces in the world in one blog.
Office Snapshots - i know where you work

The coolest office spaces in the world in one blog.

Office Snapshots - i know where you work

Photography is the art of looking sideways.

Josep M. Ganyet

slavin:

“Photographs of tube televisions the moment they are switched off by Stephan Tillmans” (via Adam Simon)
(via They wanted what is possible only once: the now. - but does it float)

slavin:

“Photographs of tube televisions the moment they are switched off by Stephan Tillmans” (via Adam Simon)

(via They wanted what is possible only once: the now. - but does it float)

Celebrities portraits found in cupboard, 1970s

These iconic portraits were discovered by Dan Oppenheimer, a stained-glass designer in Memphis. They are the work of the late Jack Robinson, who shot celebrity portraits for Vogue in the 1960s. Later in his life, Robinson took up a career in a stained-glass, where he worked for Oppenheimer. When Robinson died in 1997, Oppenheimer handled his effects. In that closet in Memphis, he found approximately 150,000prints from Robinson’s 17-year photography career. 

/via Fstoppers

Celebrities portraits found in cupboard, 1970s

These iconic portraits were discovered by Dan Oppenheimer, a stained-glass designer in Memphis. They are the work of the late Jack Robinson, who shot celebrity portraits for Vogue in the 1960s. Later in his life, Robinson took up a career in a stained-glass, where he worked for Oppenheimer. When Robinson died in 1997, Oppenheimer handled his effects. In that closet in Memphis, he found approximately 150,000prints from Robinson’s 17-year photography career. 

/via Fstoppers

There are no reasons for my photographs, nor any rules; all depends on the mood of the moment.

Jeanloup Sieff (via kokovoko)

The camera collection
/a 8-bit video by antonio vicentini

Have your camera ready,
have your eyes wide open,
and walk everywhere.