burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks « burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES
From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.
Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)
MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE
Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.
“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”
“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)
In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks «

burnedshoes:

PHOTOBOOK: RENÉ BURRI - IMPOSSIBLE REMINISCENCES

From Burri’s iconic shot of Che Guevara smoking a cigar, to his beautifully composed photographs of the construction of Brasilia, his black-and-white photography is ingrained in the collective consciousness.

Previously less-known are his colour photographs that he has continually taken alongside his black-and-white work. This book introduces a retrospective of his personal selection of colour photographs. (read more)

MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE

Magnum photographer René Burri has died aged 81. Burri — who began working with Magnum as an associate in 1955 before becoming a full member in 1959.

“Not only was he one of the great post war photographers, he was also one of the most generous people I have had the privilege to meet,” Martin Parr, President of Magnum Photos said in a statement. “[His] contribution to Magnum and his unrivalled ability to tell stories and entertain us over this time will be part of his enormous legacy. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to his family.”

“With René Burri, the world of photography loses one of its most powerful artists, a true humanist, who skillfully documented from behind-the-scenes the suffering and joy of human kind,” said Burri’s family. (read more here and here)

In this video, Burri takes us on a journey through six images from his archive:

» more photos by René Burri «  |  » more of Magnum Photos «  |   » more photobooks «

subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.
subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.

subtilitas:

Denzer & Poensgen - Absalon (house with an atrium), Trier 2004. Very Ando-esque, and designed around the golden ratio. Via, photos (C) Rainer Mader.

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arpeggia:

Chad Wys - Legato, 2014, dimensions variable, digital c-print
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Chad Wys - Legato, 2014, dimensions variable, digital c-print
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Chad Wys - Legato, 2014, dimensions variable, digital c-print

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dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive
dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

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blue-voids:

Lynda Howitt - oil on canvas and board blue-voids:

Lynda Howitt - oil on canvas and board blue-voids:

Lynda Howitt - oil on canvas and board blue-voids:

Lynda Howitt - oil on canvas and board blue-voids:

Lynda Howitt - oil on canvas and board
rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn at the Creek Club, Locust Valley in 1952. Photographs by Michael Butler. 
rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn at the Creek Club, Locust Valley in 1952. Photographs by Michael Butler. 
rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn at the Creek Club, Locust Valley in 1952. Photographs by Michael Butler. 
rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn at the Creek Club, Locust Valley in 1952. Photographs by Michael Butler. 

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn at the Creek Club, Locust Valley in 1952. Photographs by Michael Butler. 

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andreadaquino:

Thanks to KettlePotTracks for sharing my work on their blog this week.

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desequilibradx:

ay

newyorker:

A cartoon by Edward Steed. Take a look at more cartoons from this week’s issue.

korvjl:

i had a dream / september 2014

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