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Artist Hans Eijkelboom candidly photographs the general public across the globe to identify ordinary trends, then presents them in a grid-like fashion in his new book People of the Twenty-First Century. From all denim getups to rollerblading hunks.
Ken Heymen shot these beautiful photographs of mothers with their children from around the world.
Photographer Derek Ridgers spent more than ten years documenting the music and people he loved.
Tim Dodd’s “Everyday Astronaut” manages to be silly, poignant, and thoughtful all at the same time.
They’re kinda cute and kinda creepy, too.
“Gender lines are blurred and every person is unique in how they see themselves,” says Carerra of the poster promoting Vienna’s 22nd annual Life Ball.
Mo Devlin’s Frozen Flowers series is better than real flowers — they last forever and you don’t have to change the water.
Brandon Stanton moved to New York City with the goal of taking 10,000 photos. But what he created was so much more than that.
“The human body is a weird and beautiful thing.” Definitely NSFW.
When the terrorist attack at Westgate Mall in Kenya broke out on Sunday, New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks, who happened to be in Nairobi, ran in and started taking pictures. He describes on Twitter what he saw. WARNING: Graphic images.
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He even pinned the guy against a car!
Art geeks, get ready to step your romance game up! This proposal is totally epic, thanks to the help of acclaimed photographer, Jordan Matter.
And then it probably landed on the ground so he also littered.
Now there is a warrant out for his arrest.
It’s official. Basically. They’ve been caught by a creepy photographer who managed to get a shot of them kissing at the wrap party for Jobs .
Here he is in public with a blanket over his head. After getting into a scuffle with a photographer yesterday, Baldwin decided the best way to avoid attention would be to walk around the streets of New York City looking like a grade school ghost/poorly tailored klansman.
Fisticuffs on film. Here’s Jack Donaghy losing his cool and attacking a New York Daily News photographer in Manhattan. He was apparently getting a marriage license for himself and his fiance, Hilaria Thomas.
Blow Job is the work of Lithuanian photographer Tadao Cern. It’s… a little less sexy than the title might imply.
Not cool. For those of you who weren’t born in the Triassic as I was, Omar Sharif is an Oscar-nominated Egyptian actor who starred in “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Doctor Zhivago.” Omar Sharif is also apparently a huge prick.
Photographer James Mollison spent over three years photographing fans (who clearly got the style memo) outside concerts. Can you match the groups to their idols (answers below)? No cheating!
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Warning: Looking at Todd McLellan’s photos of classic motorcycles may cause you to quit your job, buy a leather jacket, and ride across South America.
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An incredible story. Vivian Maier was a nanny who lived in Chicago for most of her life and passed away in 2009 at the age of 83. Little more is known about her, except that she was an avid street photographer. Her work was discovered at an auction in 2007, more than 100,000 negatives and undeveloped rolls of film, sold by a storage facility who were cleaning out her locker for delinquent rent. Here is a small sampling of Vivian Maier’s stunning work from the Maloof Collection, spanning from the 1950s to the 1970s. Many of the photos, if they had any information at all, only provided a year and/or city.
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From last night in London, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas get into a scuffle with a paparazzo. There are, of course, photos. They’re both so beautiful when they’re angry. More over at PopEater.
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Found photos from unknown artists.
“The lights go out, and you drop, and when the lights went out is when he grabbed my left breast.” Naturally, the Tower of Terror’s camera snapped a photo, the likes of which is probably dangling on this unidentified man’s key chain.
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Photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s amazing series of aerial photographs — which reframe your perspective while also being totally beautiful — is coming to the U.S. in 2009. Here’s a teaser of the show.