Monday, 14 April 2008

Then and Now: Eight South African Photographers.

'An exhibition of 160 photographs mounted in 5 venues at Duke University. South African photographer Paul Weinberg conceived and curated Then & Now which is comprised of black and white and color photographs from 8 South African documentary photographers. Twenty photographs were selected from each photographer, 10 made under apartheid and 10 photographs made after the historic democratic elections of 1994.'

War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement 1942-45.

'The collection contains approximately 7000 photographs and 317 Kodachrome slides which have been arranged into 18 series (described below). Series 1-6 and 8-11 document day-to-day life and activities in $individual relocation centers in California, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Arkansas as captured by WRA photographers. The remaining series cover pre-evacuation activities in California only; relocation of evacuees in various states; assembly centers in California; and resettlement activities, primarily in California cities. Most of the photographs are well captioned with information on the photographer, place, date, people, and activities featured in the photographs. Series 18 consists of Kodachrome slides for the WRA lecture "The Wrong Ancestors", and slides of the Granada and Central Utah relocation centers...'

Black Farmers in America.

'Those of us concerned with the welfare of meaningful photography take some heart whenever a worthy project gets exhibited and published. John Francis Ficara's elegant take on black farmers in America documents a vanishing way of life and points to failures of social justice that sadly contribute to its passing. The book and exhibitions from his project are a significant contribution to the photographic ethnography of what has been one of our country's most important institutions, the independent family farm. '

Ladybird Books Prints.

'Welcome to Ladybird prints a new website that brings to life the pictures from the Ladybird Books.
Ladybird prints contains over 4000 images from the Ladybird Books, now available to browse and buy as prints and canvases. Each one is available to buy in different sizes and finishes to suit you. To find your favourite pictures either use the categories shown or search by title. '

Subway Reader.

Photographs of people reading while using the NY Subway.

Vintage Fashion Ads.


'Old vintage ads from comic books!'

1981 Atari Catalogue.

'A friend of mine was moving and found some old Atari product catalogs buried in a box somewhere. He passed them on to me because he figured I was nerdy enough to care about them. He was right. These were standard pack-ins with Atari cartridges in the early 80s. This was a golden era when game boxes and advertisements had lavish artwork to compensate for the blocky graphics. Well, it would be a stretch to call this artwork "lavish" but it does a fine job of distracting you from what the games look like. Back then games were a lot of fun, even if you needed a bit of imagination to play them.'

Street Art in Japan.

Castles of Japan.

The Silver Skull Watch of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Images of Arctic Polar Science Stations 1881-1884.

10 Unusual Bicycle Designs.

Astro Pics.

Phobos: Doomed Moon of Mars.

The Milky Way at 5000 Metres.

Andromeda Island Universe.

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