Hosier lane has often some fleeting and interesting graffiti. We were in town for dinner. This one speaks volumes, but I feel that its fleetingness will do society a disservice.
I discover new art and artists.
Like Alexis Hunter
Banksy Painting Spontaneously Shreds Itself Moments After Selling for $1.4 Million at Sotheby’s WOW! Just WOW!
Just stumbled on this online research journal. Very informative and designed well for all kinds of researchers. I have already created several PDFs that I can distribute to my students, as reading material. SaveSave
Bill Cunningham was a New York Based, bicycle riding street and Fashion Photographer, who worked for the New York Times from 1978 till his death in 2016. He was somewhat of cult figure in photography circles, there was even a documentary made of him in his final years. Today the New York Times have published… Continue reading Bill Cunningham [Unpublished Photos]
Psychometrics and the (counter)revolution in marketing that is helping bring fascism to power around the world
I fear for our country our ideals and our world, this is the real ‘Skynet’!
I have a real hate love hate relationship with TV. In our house free to air TV has become background noise, I love my mute button on my remote. At its finest it educates and entertains efficiently. At its worst TV is… derided for its shallowness, for its crass commercialism, for the way it celebrated conformity… Continue reading TV!
The impact, of this device is still far reaching. This article on medium.com sheds some insight into the phenomenon that is iPhone.
Interesting article that has some useful advice and insight into film and digital photography,
How a photographer landed an iconic shot of the 1975 performance piece “Media Burn.”