These are a collection of images I've been gathering over the last year or so, all images were found on Flickr and I apologize for not having kept a record of the photographers.
On a spring day in 1971, Charles Simonds packed several pounds of red clay into the steel box on his delivery bike and set out through New York City’s SoHo district. He had spotted a gutter curbstone there that he thought would make the perfect site for one of the tiny clay villages he had(…)
Mr. Brainwash aka MBW is a movie maker and street artist. With an art show funded by himself in the once abandoned CBS studio on Sunset, he created a sanitarium for the artistically inclined…and hipsters? Anywho, the show was packed up the A-hole as the lined curved around the building with the first(…)
Selection from the "Tears" Exhibit. "I worked hard to create my own style and technique. The main tool is computer photo-manipulation and a mix of several photos. I’ve already created several art projects and showed them in a few countries, including France, Belgium and the USA." Selection from(…)
Seamus Murphy began photographing Afghanistan in 1994, and his new book A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan, is a classic on the rise of the Taliban and the impact of U.S. invasion. For two decades, he has worked extensively in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Latin America and most recently America on an ongoing project during what(…)