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carlgunhouse:

What I like (First draft of Kerouac’s essay for The Americans)
(via NPR: Kerouac on ‘The Americans’)

carlgunhouse:

What I like (First draft of Kerouac’s essay for The Americans)

(via NPR: Kerouac on ‘The Americans’)

an-overwhelming-question:

Robert Frank - New York City, 1947 

an-overwhelming-question:

Robert Frank - New York City, 1947 

gregorygalloway:

"L.A. 1955" by Robert Frank (b. 9 Nov. 1924)

gregorygalloway:

"L.A. 1955" by Robert Frank (b. 9 Nov. 1924)

apoetreflects:

Photograph: Robert Frank, For the Glory of the Wind and the Water, 1976

apoetreflects:

Photograph: Robert FrankFor the Glory of the Wind and the Water, 1976

greeneyes55:

New York 1950s
Photo: Robert Frank

greeneyes55:

New York 1950s

Photo: Robert Frank

When people look at my pictures I want them to feel the way they do when they want to read a line of a poem twice.
— Robert Frank (via abstractelements)

(via fiftymilestillcoffee)

Milestone: 300 followers.

Thank you.

arsvitaest:

Nigella damascena
Author: Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865-1932)

arsvitaest:

Nigella damascena

Author: Karl Blossfeldt (German, 1865-1932)

(via journalofanobody)

batteredshoes:

Blood Makes Noise

batteredshoes:

Blood Makes Noise

lafilleblanc:

Sanne Vaassen

A cotton cloth filled with charcoal is moved up and down by a motor. The cloth falling on the ground creates a dust cloud. The dust slowly swirls down, a drawing is formed in space. This installation runs for four days, in which the change of the space becomes visible, 2013

(via floresenelatico)

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toddhido:

For Moriyama, with deep respect.

toddhido:

For Moriyama, with deep respect.

untrustyou:

Todd Hido
untrustyou:

Todd Hido
liquidnight:

Todd Hido
7557, 2008
Chromogenic print
[From the Bruce Silverstein Gallery]

liquidnight:

Todd Hido

7557, 2008

Chromogenic print

[From the Bruce Silverstein Gallery]

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