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Inedit photos of Nirvana

If you grew up in the 1990s, you will probably have the legendary Nirvana cover for Nevermind ingrained in your mind, the photo of the baby under water following a dollar. The author of the picture was Austin (Texas) photographer Kirk Weddle. A few months after the launch of the iconic album Weddle was commissioned to carry out a […]

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/ Foodie

Lernert & Sander x De Volkskrant

The newly released work by Dutch design studio Lernert & Sander went viral today and we’re celebrating it. This creative couple has made a spectacular photograph of 98 perfectly-diced raw food pieces distributed in space with geometric precision. Named Cubes, that project was commissioned by a Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant for an article devoted to food documentary photography. The newly […]

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Welcome, a new posterbook

Gustavo Gili presents another great Little book. This one is entitled Welcome and it’s their first posterbook. Welcome is a work of photography based on the series. It shows a 1970s block of flats with four doors off each landing where the residents have personalised their front doors, repetitive elements, and have taken possession of this intermediate zone between the […]

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Chloë Sevigny, the coolest girl of the universe

Over the past decades, Chloë Sevigny has become a real inspirational muse many follow blindfoldedly. She is an unmatchable icon who’s always been loyal to a personal, eclectic, bold, different and honest style and who has bewitched and convinced us all that her reign is not a one day thing. Chloë still leaves her mark wherever she […]

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Big Bud Press

Are you still hooked to the 90s? Then this piece of news is for you. If your childhood or adolescence coincided with this prodigious decade, I’m sure you have one of the most coveted objects of that period: the pin. If reading this word has sent a feeling of nostalgic happiness up your spine, then […]

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SIR by Mario Testino

 “The way men are seen in photography, in fashion, and the way that men look at pictures of themselves has changed in recent years. It is a subject that has come into focus: The masculine image, a man’s personal style, changing attitudes to the male face and body.” This is how renowned Peruvian photographer Mario Testino begins […]

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Polaroid Zip

With the digital boom there was a time in which Polaroid cameras seemed destined to disappear. Luckily, a revival saved them from a slow and painful death, turning them into cult objects, and hipsters have a lot to do with it. However, the world advances fast, especially as far as new technologies go, and Polaroid has survived […]

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Rollei Actioncam 500 Sunrise

The so-called action cams are everywhere. The increase of followers of extreme sports, coupled with a desire to visually record all adventures, has led camera manufacturers to rake their brains and create the best models for this kind of activities. Rollei is the latest brand to release a new camera.  Rollei is the latest brand to release a […]

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Yosigo, visual persistence

We recently told you about Riu Avall, a photobook that caught our attention. Riu Avall is an accurate portrait of the Llobregat River by Barcelona-based Basque photographer Yosigo (San Sebastian, 1981). Starting from there, we began digging deeper into his work to discover a very different look where the spaces we inhabit and uninhabit gain a new dimension, […]

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If the films were re-edited in VHS …

Now we can say it loud and clear: Easter is over! In the rest of the country they’ve been active for 24 hours and are still in that recovery phase, but if you live in Catalonia you’d probably have that post-vacation syndrome to which we can only say “Keep calm, it’s Tuesday already”. Whether you’re […]

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