falld0wnnevergetbackupagain:

-Linda,Paul and Mary McCartney, ca.1969

falld0wnnevergetbackupagain:

-Linda,Paul and Mary McCartney, ca.1969

niincomics:

new camera

falld0wnnevergetbackupagain:

TINTYPES | Victoria Will : 1860’s Style portraits of modern celebrities  

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman
  • Williem Dafoe,Rachel McAdams
  • Kristen Stewart
  • Jesse Eisenberg
  • Elijah Wood
  • Anne Hathaway
  • Flea
strangeconstellations:

Ralph Meatyard, ‘Untitled (portrait of Madelyn Meatyard)’, 1965

strangeconstellations:

Ralph Meatyard, ‘Untitled (portrait of Madelyn Meatyard)’, 1965

lymphotography:

Ralph Eugene Meatyard was born in the 1920’s and died in 1972. He is commonly best known for for photographing ‘ranging from several abstract manners to a form for the surreal’ as said by the man himself.

Meatyard’s use of props definitely wasnt rare among his works. Parts of dolls, dead animals such as birds and most notably - the masks. The images featuring these masks seem to to tell or imply a story.

For me, the masks appear to erase or hide the several individuals differences, which may give them a new identity like they’re characters or possess shared identities. Many of these photographs are posed like a family outing buy located in what looks like abandoned and derelict settings, making it unusual and unsettling to the viewers eye. His hauntingly gloomy images, always seem to have a strange eerie darkness about them, whether it be symbolically or visually because of the lack of light. Possibly deliberate movement of the camera and long exposures reinforces the idea of a supernatural-like state. Blurred and unknowable is a perfect description for these particular series of photographs

brownbirdband:

@mikaelkennedy #passporttotrespass #mikaelkennedy #louisville  (Taken with Instagram)

brownbirdband:

@mikaelkennedy #passporttotrespass #mikaelkennedy #louisville (Taken with Instagram)

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(Source: secretalphabet)

(Source: secretalphabet)

mpdrolet:

Alice, 2005
Rita Bernstein
julidanielle:

Rita Berstein’s alternative photography

julidanielle:

Rita Berstein’s alternative photography

sarah moon

s-ophiem:

Duane Michals, Andy Warhol, 1973

s-ophiem:

Duane Michals, Andy Warhol, 1973

nybooks:

Duane Michals’s series “Christ in New York,” 1981. For an appreciation of Michals’s work and career, see Martin Filler’s post from earlier this year, “Good Soldier Michals.”

Images © Duane Michals, courtesy of the artist and Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College.

jkljucaric:

Richard Misrach

jkljucaric:

Richard Misrach

Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.