All these photographs are from the same envelope dating back to the 70s/ 80s that was simply labeled “Girls.”
Selections from Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink, Bill Yates’ photographic journey into roller skating rink culture in the backwoods of Florida in 1972.
Photos picked up by Dave Schubert over the past twenty years while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.
Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
Location: The NY Art Book Fair, preview night (09/17/2015)
Hamburger Eyes No. 19 is hot off the press and in a new format with 8 photographers having 11 pages each. This issue features work by Susanne Otterberg, Martin Cartagena, Ted Pushinsky, Jerry Hsu, Jason Jaworski, Eric Kim, Ricky Adam, and Daniel Arnold.
Larry Johnson is The Purrtraitist
A hike through the Haleakalā Crater on the island of Maui is like nothing else in this world. Voyaging over volcanic sands into the center of the dormant beast, you enter a wilderness area containing a range of ecosystems and terrain that stimulate your eyes and challenge your endurance. From an extraplanetary landscape scattered with the Seuss-like silversword, to a seemingly endless cinder desert pierced with jagged volcanic rocks, you can easily trick yourself into thinking that you’re on the Road to Mordor. And it’s just then—when you start looking over your shoulder for Gollum—that you traverse down into native shrubland and life seems possible again. Here, 11 miles worth of pictures.
Scans by Dave Schubert from found photo negatives that he’s picked up over the past twenty years while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
Meet the Canadian inventor who filed the 2005 US patent for an “Apparatus for supporting a camera and method for using the apparatus,” aka the “selfie stick.”
Collected by Dave Schubert while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
The Blue Marble, photographed from NASA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR).