#OnlyInNewYork: These Vanished Newsstands Photos Are a 90s Time Capsule


Newsstands are still around, but like benches and bike stands, you only notice them when you really need one. Otherwise, they are sort of invisible. More than 300 newsstands still operate in the city today and most are in Manhattan. There are few in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and ... See the Rest

#HappyMothersDay: 13 Amazing Artist Tributes to Women & Love

John Baldessari

This grouping is not definitive in any way. You could have entire museum exhibits and volumes of catalogue about women, the female form, in art and photography from Madonna & Child to Madonna and daughter Lordes. But Hamburg Kennedy photography had an online Mother's Day exhibit ... See the Rest

#Interloping: Street Photographer Daniel Arnold Was Let Loose At The Met Gala – With Surprising Results

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Street photographer Daniel Arnold is used to shooting on the fly, so Anna Wintour let him be a fly on the wall. He roamed the Met Gala freely and got a unique perspective on the party of the year. Take a look at the results and see if you can spot the celebs out of focus and/or ... See the Rest

#PictureThis: See The “Dukha” People of Tibet Before They Disappear


Photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami is a scholar in Mongolian and Tibetan languages, with a Phd from Harvard. After living in Tibet and exploring the Himalayan regions for more than a decade, Hamid began taking expeditions to the Mongolian outback to document a country where the ... See the Rest

#PictureThis: Jessica Lange Is a Pretty Good Photographer


Actress Jessica Lange is a seasoned photographer, with an exhibition record that includes shows at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York and ROSEGALLERY in L.A. The Arts Santa Mònica Center in Barcelona just opened a solo exhibition, Unseen with 150 images that Lange took over the ... See the Rest

#QuoteUnquote: Photo Legend, James Bidgood, “I Was a Woman…”


James Bidgood revolutionized gay male erotic imagery by taking the pulp and glamour aesthetic of the 40s and 50s and applying it to male erotic fantasies, like no one before. From a NYC tenement in the 60s, he created photographs, like the one above using vibrant colors and ... See the Rest

#Flashback44: Hey, Squirrelfriends! How About Some Vintage Squirrel-Drag Pics?


Tommy Tucker was an orphaned squirrel in Washington, DC, when Zaidee Bullis adopted him and for some unknown reason, Bullis sewed custom-made doll dresses for him to model. In 1944, photographer Nina Leen was working on photo assignments for LIFE and as she had prior experience ... See the Rest

#Hollywoodland: Celebrity Portraits of Bardot, Pitt, Barrymore & More

Mario Testino
Kate Moss, London, 2006
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Seeing Stars: Celebrity Portraits features photographs of celebs by Chris Levine, Terry O’Neill, Mario Testino, Horst, Bert Stern, David LaChapelle and more. Some of these shots are iconic others are much lesser known, but all the world's a stage and they are just playing their ... See the Rest