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Maurizio Di Iorio

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Daido Moriyama

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Nacio Jan Brown

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Ari Marcopoulos

This Week…

We saw The Energy That Was All Around

We listened to the Pixies great new album

We looked through David Choe’s dirty drawings

Mina Aoki flashed us


Giedre Dukauskaite was our Muse

25 Grams: Aaron Huey

25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.

Aaron Huey is a Seattle-based photojournalist and documentary photographer.

He can be followed on instagram at @argonautphoto

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Evel Comes to Cooperville


A new photo book surrounding Evel Knieval’s 1972 trip to Cooperville, Oklahoma.

Available through Done to Death Publications

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Czar Kristoff

Grime Time

Select photos from 1980s New York by Steven Siegel

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Ken Pate

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Helmut Newton

El Hoyo Maravilla

Janette Beckman’s 1982 documentation of this East LA gang is part of her broader exhibition Rebel Cultures: Punks, Rap and Gangs at HVW8 Gallery in Los Angeles.

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Alex Prager

Last Week…

We checked out Pettibon’s Surfers

Banksy got clever on the streets of England

Finland introduced the gayest stamps ever

We partied with Clayton Patterson


Denise Schaefer was our Muse

Found Photos (pt. 14): 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Edition

Unearthed and collected by Dave Schubert while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.

108 years ago today at 5:12 am, San Francisco got leveled and subsequently burned to the ground.


Arto Saari is the second creative dude featured in Leica’s Let Us Roam series

The Oldest Living Things In the World

The book about Rachel Sussman’s project to “photograph continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older” is out April 22nd.

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Klaus Pichler



Ryan McGinley: Naked and Famous by Alice Gregory

In the beginning, Ryan McGinley was an outsider. He used his band of beautiful friends to create photographs—rarely not naked but never quite sexy—that he now calls “evidence of fun.” But in the past decade, McGinley’s vision has evolved and expanded into a tidal wave of influence, affecting the look of art, advertising, music videos, film, even Instagram—and making him arguably the most important photographer in America. So why are so many of us just learning his name?

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Whitney Hubbs

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