Six Weeks Of Aloha

Nolan Hall’s latest zine published by Deadbeat Club

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Henri Cartier-Bresson

General Thieves and Bad Characters

1930s photos sourced from the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

Game of Thrones Marketing Reaches Amazing New Levels


The Northern Lights recently took the form of a dragon’s head in images captured by photographer Juan Carlos Casado in the Arctic Circle.

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Jerry Hsu
Last Week…

We ogled the most beautiful women in the world

Spring Training started

We previewed New Era’s 1934 Heritage Collection

We looked through some of the solo shows by female artists on view in Chelsea


Anna Ewers was our Muse

25 Grams: Dominic Neitz

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

Dominic Neitz is a New York-based photographer.

He can be followed on instagram at @_dominator

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Jill Freedman

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Tseng Kwong Chi

Grapefruit & Cactus

A candid look back through Spring Training.

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Guy Bourdain

Traveling Around the World and Through Time

National Geographic’s vintage collection archivist Bill Bonner tends to over eight million images, each one special to him in its own way.

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Picture of the Day and the Weekly Round-Up


John Swannell

Last Week…

10 amazing artists made us Valentine’s Day cards

We checked out Katherine Bernhardt’s Stupid, Crazy, Ridiculous, Funny Patterns

Yan Morvan photographed some tough dudes

We got Yachty By Nature


Kayslee Collins was our Muse

25 Grams: Corey Arnold

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

Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman currently based in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska.

He can be followed on instagram at @arni_coraldo

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Andrea Sonnenberg

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Elmo Tide

Les Tough Guys

Photographs by Yan Morvan

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Steve McCurry

This photograph is part of a 1991 series capturing fires in Kuwait oil fields during the Gulf War. “What is important to my work is the individual picture,” McCurry says. “I photograph stories on assignment, and of course they have to be put together coherently. But what matters most is that each picture stands on its own, with its own place and feeling.” See more of his photographs here.

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Sara Cwynar

Picture of the Day & the Weekly Round-Up


David Benjamin Sherry

Last Week…

We saw Graffiti in a museum

Prince had a lot of hairstyles

We featured a futuristic, semi-submersible aquatic research vessel

There were flashy Moroccan bike gangs full of girls


Kelly Gale was our Muse


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