Sometimes an idea is so good and obvious, that the only question becomes why hasn't it been done. A little painful trial and error might soon reveal why it has not been done.
In the summer of 1957, the employees of the Klotz Throwing Factory in Lonaconing, Maryland went home on a Friday afternoon and when they returned to the silk mill on Monday, the doors were locked -- the building and everything inside it had been sold.
I love being connected globally, and I enjoy the many conveniences of this wonderful age of computing through life and business, All of this technolog...
For award winning photojournalist Farah Nosh, there is a photograph that defines the madness of war, and it's one of her own.
Blackwood joins in here with the rich history of landscape painting. Landscape is not an easy genre: nature is unruly, and does not wish to order itself into compositions pleasing to our sense of proportion. It is thematically difficult as well. Why do we look at landscapes? Because they are beautiful?
Urbex and photographer Iain Bolton offer us a haunting glimpse into the town of Pripyat, the nuclear city established in February of 1970 to support a nearby power plant you might have heard of... It was called Chernobyl.
Brad Everett Young is a mixture of excited, tired, and a little overwhelmed. The Los Angeles based photographer has been awake for over 24 hours. Why you ask? Young was invited to photograph the after-party of the musical "Cruel Intentions."
CHANCE | POSSIBILITY, the exhibition of photographs by Harlem born artist Alex Unthank will launch with an opening reception on June 5th from 6pm to 8:30, at the Rio II Gallery (583 Riverside Drive at 135th Street, 7th floor).
Shall we end up condoning thieves, rapists, pedophiles and killers based on the conceptual lalaland of a few arrogant, financially powerful trendsetters and unscrupulous merchants?