villain-fashion:

yourmothershouldknow:

Comme des Garçons Primavera/Verano 2015
Semana de la Moda de París
…..
Comme des Garçons Spring/Summer 2015
Paris Fashion Week

💔
09.29.14 /21:08/ 60
yama-bato:

Brooklyn Bridge ou Le Pont de Brooklyn, 1915 by Albert Gleizes
Brooklyn Bridge ou Le Pont de Brooklyn, 1915 by Albert Gleizes
09.28.14 /12:45/ 131

englishsnow:

 anna verlet shelton || Portland 

superseventies:

Stevie Nicks self portrait, 1975.
09.27.14 /01:25/ 1005

maudelynn:

Haunted Dollhouse by The Bloggess 

(ooh look at the wee tarot cards and skeleton doggy!!)

via http://thebloggess.com

candicesbergen:

Amy Peepers photographed by Guy Webster for the Monterey Pop Festival, 1967 

“Amy Peepers was the ideal look for the hippie girl during the Monterey Pop Festival era. This was shot in 1967 in Lake Sherwood, CA. The photos from this session appeared in the Monterey Pop Festival Booklet distributed during the concert." [x]
09.25.14 /23:14/ 583
ozu-teapot:

Le Corbeau (The Raven) - Henri-Georges Clouzot - 1943
Ginette Leclerc
09.25.14 /10:51/ 136

With photography, the best thing to do is look straight at the person, place, or situation you are photographing and just press the shutter without thinking about anything. By doing this, the power of the subject comes across, and this is the strength of the photographic genre. I feel that among recent submissions to the competition, perhaps too many have been mentally conceptualized beforehand, or suffered from the overuse of sophisticated camera functions.

Photographers should remind themselves of the basic truth that if the subject is not good, the photograph won’t be any good either. They need to take more of a hands-off approach, and focus on having encounters with things and people. So for this year’s competition, I chose works that gave me the impression that the photographer had done just that.

I didn’t feel that the submissions to this year’s competition were particularly different from those submitted at previous competitions. Even so, it’s a fact that the skill level is so high now that I just assume all the work I look at will demonstrate a high level of skill. This means that it’s pointless to pick winners and losers on the basis of skill alone. In addition, elaborately produced photographs that have been forced to incorporate some kind of drama inevitably turn out to be weak.

Photographs must depict things that are important in the lives of the individuals who take them. Photographs that show you that the photographer got wet, sweated, or was breathing heavily can often move the viewer. It’s good to be honest and straightforward towards both your subject and your own feelings.

~   

-Nobuyoshi Araki

excerpt from his statement at the Grand Prize selection open-committee meeting for the 2007 Canon New Cosmos award.

source

(via valerian)

architectureofdoom:

infiniteinterior:

The Park Hill Estate, Sheffield: ‘Streets in the sky’  (via Municipal Dreams)

View this on the map
09.13.14 /15:14/ 100
80s-90s-supermodels:

"Miniatures", Vogue France, March 1994Photographer: Juergen TellerModel: Navia Nguyen
09.13.14 /14:34/ 296

let’s watch the whole thing, so fkn good

theladymisskier:

Legal Tender …the B52’s
nuclear kicks:


The B-52’s - Rock Lobster (1986)

This is floating around tagged as Rock Lobster, but any real fan knows that it’s Legal Tender.
09.13.14 /12:07/ 5031
fantagraphics:

Poster for Young Playthings (1972, Seymour Borde & Associates), from Sexytime: The Post-Porn Rise of the Pornoisseur.
09.07.14 /19:27/ 41
highqualityfashion:

Rianne Ten Haken for Numéro China September 2014
09.07.14 /15:56/ 68
Canvas  by  andbamnan