Monday, 6 October 2008

Streets Named after Martin Luther King.

'Streets named after Martin Luther King, Jr. can be found in many cities of the United States and in nearly every major metropolis in America. The number of streets named after King is growing every year...'

MLK Blvd.

Photographs from streets named after Martin Luther King.

The Colours of the Moon.

Colourful Luna.

Pre-1960 America in Color.

Japanese Matchbox Labels.

Photographs of Moscow Zoo, 1920.

Stylish Aprons.

For some reason it took me several years to figure out the importance of aprons in domestic life. Now I have a couple on hand at all times; here are some stylish possibilities...'

Overlooked New York.

'Overlooked New York is a collection of portraits and interviews with ardent New Yorkers about their joyous obsessions.'

'It all started with the Puerto Rico Schwinn Club. I've seen them all my life, but I never knew why these old guys would be tricking out their bicycles with flags and horns and fox tails and mirrors. So I tracked them down and painted their portraits and interviewed them. That began my mission to discover the seemingly endless variety of enthusiasms pursued by New Yorkers, whether they were carried from immigrants' cultures from overseas or indigenous to the city landscape.'

'These are real New Yorkers who have found fascinating ways to unleash their joy on the roofs and rivers and parks and streets of New York.'

L.A. by Day by Night.

By the lowbrow artist Josh Agle, better known as SHAG.

Rene Maltete Humour Photography.

The Morel Mushroom Hunting Club.

Great photos of mushrooms... and mushroom hunters.

Querying the Hive Mind.

What to expect out of a short spell in jail?

What to expect if you run for office?

'I enjoy literature with a dystopian and/or post-apocalyptic bent to it. I want more. Recommendations? '

Big Issue Japan: Saving the Homeless.

Jose Guadalupe Posada - Calavera Revolucionaria or Revolutionary Skeleton.

'Note: Calavera Revolucionaria ('Revolutionary Skeleton') was originally published as a broadside around 1910. It depicts a 'soldadera', that is a female soldier or camp follower who travelled with the revolutionary armies of Madero, Huerta, Zapata and others. A quartet of delightfully happy revolutionaries adorn the background.'

Aboriginal Rock Engravings around Sydney.

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