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Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy

There are some crazy users on Flickr, and crazy means crazy in the best possible way, who like to share vintage images. Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy likes to share “some” stuff: almost six thousand of images divided in 90 sets and … Continue reading

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Grace Weston

Grace Weston is an American photographer with a very special talent to shot toys. Through inanimate objects she recreates situations and feelings, transmitting them through her pictures. (via Canta Piriquito Canta) Grace Weston is an award-winning photographer who works in … Continue reading

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Marco Ambrosi

The Italian photographer Marco Ambrosi has a beautiful portfolio with hyper saturated pictures, still life images, portraits of “common people”, families and “portraits in black”. His recent series “Body as a Dream” was created with the Italian designer Monica Dengo, … Continue reading

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Mark Velasquez

The American photographer Mark Velasquez has a fabulous portfolio. His pictures goes from portraits people from California to Costa Rica documented while going about their daily lives to eccentric, stepping outside the accepted norm of what constitutes beauty, high fashion, … Continue reading

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Little Dolls

Children should look like children. The Child Beauty Pageants are famous for show little girls looking like tiny version of women. No, worst, they are look like laminated versions of women, they look like little Barbies. They are creepy. Based … Continue reading

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Rodney Smith

The Rodney Smith‘s exhibition Surreal evokes the work of the Belgium surrealist artist René Magritte. Each of his beautiful pictures have one or more details to homage or represent the paintings of Magritte: men with bowler hats, umbrellas, symbolic objects, … Continue reading

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Irina Davis

The gorgeous pin-up above is part of one of the projects of the Russian photographer Irina Davis. The cheerful American pin-ups of 1950’s were considered politically incorrect, decadent and flat-out immoral She explain in her own words this project: By … Continue reading

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Ciuco Gutiérrez

The photographer Ciuco Gutiérrez calls his work as “Perverse kitsch. may be”. Yes, he, and his work are preserve and kitsch, combining colours, shadows and shapes masterfully. Ciuco Gutierrez is an outsider artist who walks an uncom­fortable tightrope – uncomfortable … Continue reading

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Arthur Lavine

A beautiful retrospective with photographs from 7 decades (1940 – 2000) by the American photographer Arthur Lavine. It’s also very interesting as a registry of American cities through those decades. (via coisas do arco da velha) Lavine’s approach in photography … Continue reading

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Junkoseven

The toy junkie, web designer and “amateur” photographer Charmaine Noellie, aka Junko Natsumi, shows her excellent work which joins her two passions at Junkoseven. Presenting her photographic works, there are three series: The Pony Project, Urban Medium & Spider, and … Continue reading

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