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onlyoldphotography:

Walker Evans: License Photo Studio, New York, 1934

This photograph displays Walker Evans’ increasingly assured ability to construct meaning out of the juxtaposition of pictorial elements. Here they extend from the hands pointing to the doorway, to the crazy quilt of signs papered across the building’s facade, to graffiti scrawled among the signs. Many of Evans’ most sophisticated photographs from the period have a rebuslike quality, disclosing previously unnoticed connections in the world. Evans was drawn to the decaying quarters of New York during the Depression-especially to buildings along the waterfront and the Bowery that exhibited a “battered nobility.”
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bienenkiste:

Photographed by Sarah Silver for Surface November 2013
onlyoldphotography:

Alfred Eisenstaedt: Woman under streetlight in Montmartre at night. Paris, France, 1963
ecprsn:

Chokograffie
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Vandal
theantidote:

Black Coffee & Chocolate
joshuapollina:

Anthony Van Engelen – Feeble (Backside 180 out) in Cyprus. Probably the most stylish feeble I’ve ever witnessed. - Jonathan Mehring
Rev.
dailymovement:

Famous Bands as LEGO Figures
nickdrake:

Adrien Brody by Annie Leibovitz.
foxear:

Jane Birkin in “The Knack …and How to Get It”, 1965.
ronulicny:

Here is a great installation photograph of American Sculptor & Fine Artist, ALEXANDER CALDER’S work by: FREDRIK NILSEN from LACMA’s fantastic article about the challenges of installing their exhibition: “Calder and Abstraction" read it….HERE.