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Jamie-James Medina

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Frances Tulk-Hart

This week…

Sorry Mom went to SXSW

Jay Howell dropped some musical goodness

MQ’s blackbook looked nice

We looked at Halden Prison in Norway


Cintia Dicker went 3-D

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Twist in Brussels. Photo by Husk Mit Navn

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Christopher Rodriguez

Sorry Mom Goes to SXSW

One of our favorite girls (known to most as Sorry Mom) was down at SXSW last week for a panel and some fun.  We asked her to take some pics, and she started to but got sick. So her friend Monique jumped in, and the rest is slideshow history.

photos by Alix McAlpine and Monique Roberts

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John Trippe

Photographer J. Henry Fair

I have always admired photographer J. Henry Fair, his work is both beautiful and sad at the same time. Fair photographs environmental hazards, containment sites, global disasters, and they look amazing. If you’re not familiar with his work, take a look at these Dirty Pretty Things.

Photographs from the Civil War

These pictures are fascinating.  For extensive pics with captions etc., click here

via, tinyvices

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Dave Schubert

This week..

Hot Chicks at an Art Opening in Buenos Aires

This guy left his son in the oven.  seriously

Kenzo Digital released Scarface Pretty Tony

We sweated this Persian Bear Rug


Ornella Muti just looks amazing

Shanghai world expo

The Seed Cathedral which will be the centerpiece of the UK Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo, consists of thousands of slender acrylic rods.

For more photos check out Boston’s Big Picture

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Ryan McGinley at Team Gallery

Another great show tonight.

Ryan McGinley
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
18 March – 17 April 2010

Team Gallery 83 Grand Street NY NY 10013
Team is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by the New York-based photographer Ryan McGinley. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere will run from the 18th of March through the 17th of April 2010. Team Gallery is located at 83 Grand Street, cross streets Wooster and Greene, on the ground floor.

For his latest exhibition, Ryan McGinley has shifted his focus away from constructing a youthful sublime within the boundless American landscape and has concentrated instead on creating imagery within the confines of his New York studio. The result is a surprisingly restrained, open-ended study of black and white portraiture. Here we see McGinley not as a chronicler of youthful adventure, but as an engine for an almost scientific cataloging of a kind of emotional optimism.
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