Boogie’s photos used as stills in How To Make It In America

Pretty cool, big ups to Boogie. Hard work pays off.

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Picture of the Day & the Weekly Round-Up

Dave Schubert

This week…

We looked at Athletes when they were young(er)

This chase scene is most likely the best chase scene ever made in the history of the world

We introduced a new music column by Jay Howell

120 minutes of Art

and…

Little Known Black History Facts is the funniest shit we’ve seen this month

WE’RE TAKING MONDAY OFF TO SPEND SOME PRESIDENTS.  SEE YOU TUESDAY!

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Bryan Derballa

Eric Marrian

Based in France, Eric Marrian’s photography can be described as soft, erotic, and minimal.

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Meet Johnny Ace

Johnny Ace is a bass player, a photographer, and an artist. He has experienced a great deal of ups and downs and it can be seen through his work. Check out the video, it inspires you to create.

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The Selby

Daido Moriyama: Stray Dog of Tokyo

“a documentary film that follows the charismatic photographer Daido Moriyama with a single camcorder as he wanders around Shinjuku with his camera as he takes quick snapshots without looking in the finder. The film even captures the moment when he takes his first digital photo. His stark, high-contrast black and white images symbolize his fervent lifestyle.”

Definitely looking forward to Daido Moriyama’s upcoming solo show, Hawaii, at Luhring Augustine this Friday (info after the jump)

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Slinkachu

The Highfliers: Ryan McGinley for the NY Times

This photo essay of Winter Olympians by Ryan McGinley is beautiful. You may also remember he shot Olympic Swimmers for the NY Times back in 2004 (After the jump)

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Picture of the Day & The Weekly Round-up

Dave Schubert

This week…

We gave some love to Manute Bol

Darth Vader was a freak

We looked at the work of Escif

We realized that not enough Black Chicks wear American Apparel

and

Charlotte Rampling made us look back in time

Sentry: Photos of Gallery Desks in Chelsea

I really dig this photo series, Sentry, by Andy Freeberg

Entitled SENTRY, the images were carefully composed paying special attention to their specific geometries and always included a small detail of the human presence lurking behind them. They really captured the cool, inaccessibility we often feel when we enter these establishments.

via, Fecal Face

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Photographer, Omar Vega from the series Struggling to survive, Niger

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