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The photographer Shannon Brooke presents a beautiful retro style on his pictures of music, people, fashion, motorcycles, pin-ups and magazine covers. According to him: There was a time between the 1920’s and 1960’s when a woman was sexy because of … Continue reading
Michael Muller: wonderful pictures of fashion, advertising, music, style and portraits. The site navigation is not so friendly but worth it. (via En algún lugar de www)
Close Up is a series of close-up of personalities by the photographer Martin Schoeller. He works with the facial expression to capture some part of a personality. More of his works on Life Magazine and Clare O’Dea. (via neurastenia)
Bildarchiv der Kunst und Architektur is the archive page of Marburg, a site of pictures about art and architecture. There are tons of pictures, 1.7 million illustrations that you can order. The problem: is all in German. (via The Cartoonist)
Ray Gordon: modern portraits, style, behaviour and fashion. Very cool coloured and B&W pictures.
The New York photographer Naomi Harris has some great pictures on his portfolio. Just don’t click on Dirty Pictures if you are on your work. (via Boing Boing)
The Smoking Gun: Arresting Images. Without the aid of fancy lighting, makeup, and wardrobe, these little works of mug shot art–taken with Instamatic, Polaroid, and digital cameras at law enforcement agencies nationwide – are perhaps the most candid photos of … Continue reading
Photographs from the Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature. Hundreds of portraits – prints and photographs – picturing more than 120 authors writing in English, primarily from the 1860s to the 1920s, and later.
The photographer Jay Watson has an impressive portfolio of portraits of American characters. The Broken Down Heroes portfolio session is based on characters from Jack Kerouac’s novel On The Road. Great pictures.
Byron Edwards: photography. Photos of interiors, corporate and beautiful portraits.