nudewave: “This isn’t about now, this is about forever.” —Simon Schama on Mark Rothko, Power of Art
Orange and Pink Golden Gate Sunset
I was so jazzed to be on the radar today, it inspired me to go running with my camera instead of watching x games and being lazy. Good decision, the bay had a thin layer of mist and the sunset was perfect.
(San Francisco, California - 1/2013)
After I saw this picture this morning I got nostalgic for night photography so I’m headed out to take some shots now, wish me luck!
Andrew Birkin: "This was taken at my mother’s dressing table. I was about 17 years old and about to hitchhike across America. I wanted a photograph to remember Jane by. She looks so different here, she was still wearing the heavy make-up of the Sixties."
S is for Selfie
Celebrated — but reclusive — photographer Vivian Maier snaps herself in a Chicago beauty parlor in 1978.
From Vivian Maier: Self-Portraits, edited by John Maloof, published by powerHouse Books
Richard Neutra, drawings, 1918/1926/1948.1 | Neutra’s 1948 Tremaine House in Montecito, California. 2 | After moving to Los Angeles in 1925, Neutra joined forces with Rudolph Schindler. The drawing shows their entry for the League of Nations competition, which was won by Le Corbusier. 3 | The moody landscape was probably made at a military encampment in the Balkans. Source Architectural Digest