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How to Remember, 2006 by Samuel Bak (b. 1933)
Harold Cazneaux was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian photographic history. Cazneaux moved to Sydney in 1904 and worked in Freeman & Co. Ltd’s studio, becoming manager and chief operator. In his leisure time he began to document old Sydney. In 1907, he showed […]
Feelings Exploxion – “Rapture Series” by James Roper
selected works click to enlarge inspiration continues here Wing Shya transmutes between film, art and fashion. Born in Hong Kong 1964, Shya returned to Hong Kong following his fine art studies at Emily Carr Institute in Canada and founded the award-winning design studio, Shya-la-la Workshop. In 1997, appointed as the exclusive photographer and graphic designer; […]
Meet J.S. Graboyes, an illustrator of streets and urban scenes.
Nearly all of us toss around phrases about old, often without much thought: old hat, old-age, old-fashioned, old-style, old-time, old-world, old-timer, old-fangled, etc. Old (ōld, oldest) 1. having lived for a long time; no longer young. made or built long ago possessed or used for a long time having the characteristics or showing the signs […]
I spotted this boy dressed as the Hindu deity, Shiva, at the Nashik Kumbh Mela. Read more: Kumbh Mela | Sadhu