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Candy Crush: Indulge in These Sweet, Candy-filled Photos

Harbor a serious sweet tooth and soft spot for laydown photos? Treat yourself to the fun, sugar-packed photography of Emily Blincoe. Read more »
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One Artist’s Personal Collections, Organized by Color

Ripe with color and filled with a frenzied eyeful of details, the still life works of photographer Sara Cwynar's "Color Studies" series pop off the screen. The self-described hoarder and Brooklyn artist took her personal collections and organized them through the filter of color, with beautiful results. Read more »

Page Turners: California Dreaming with Teen Photographer Micaela Hoo

Talented 19-year-old student and photographer Micaela Hoo of Drifter and the Gypsy shot a '60s-inspired editorial that was too dreamy to not share. Get ready to swoon, folks. Read more »
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Girls of Summer: Lovely Lady Skateboarders from the 1960s

A few weeks back, I found myself on LIFE Magazine's online photo archives, searching for vintage surfing photos, but was led to surface-skimmers of an entirely different sort: skateboarders! Read more »
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Vintage View: The Original Festival Fashionistas

With spring and summer music festivals well under way, we decided to go straight to the source to find festival fashion inspiration from those original music festivals that started it all in the '60s and '70s. Read more »
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Vintage View: I Love Paris in the ’50s

As springtime approaches, we're pining for a Parisian holiday. Since we can't whisk ourselves over there right this very moment, we found the next best thing: vintage snapshots. Read more »
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Vintage View: Further Back with Andreas Feininger’s Photographs

We can never get enough of the pictorial relics of the Big Apple. We found a copy of the book New York in the Forties on the crowded shelves of a thrift store nearly 3,000 miles away! Read more »
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Turn-of-the-century Photos that Will Make You Stop and Stare

There’s something about the soft graininess, stiffly displayed clothing, and all-over greyscale of antique photos that makes it hard to imagine the folks featured in them ever really existed – which is precisely why these photos from the George Eastman House collection are so arresting. Read more »
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Flashing Lights: Lomography’s Diana World Tour Kickoff

As adorers of cameras old and new, our editorial team pounced on the opp’ to check out the kickoff for Lomography‘s Diana World Tour at their downtown San Francisco store. The roving event features the epic Detrich Collection, a …

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Bookmark This: Industry of One

File this under “Things We Wish We’d Thought of Ourselves But Love Too Much to Really Care.” This week, our team is crushing on Industry of One, a newly hatched periodical that explores the relationship between our work and …

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