Fisheye Photo of Salvador Dali at a 1963 Book Signing by Philippe Halsman.
Szász János (1925-2005)
Traffic by the shore.
Blue on blue and two dimensional building. (at Museu Blau)
Skateboarding, LIFE opined in 1965, is “the most exhilarating and dangerous joyriding device this side of the hot rod. A two-foot piece of wood or plastic mounted on wheels, it yields to the skillful user the excitements of of skiing or surfing. To the unskilled it gives the effect of having stepped on a banana peel while dashing down the back stairs. It is also a menace to limb and even to life.”
Read more: http://life.time.com/culture/skateboarding-photos-from-the-early-days-of-the-sport-and-the-pastime/#ixzz2M74oJgTe
Skateboarding in NYC in the 1960s… Like a Sir!
Valentí Sanjuan. Hipster or homeless?
Modern working. (at Tecnocampus)
Circus backstage with girl, strong man and clown. (at Circ Raluy)
Walking on the top-level platform
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.
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.
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