Scans of VHS movie covers. Straight off the shelves from somewhere in Sweden.
“My current work, The Pink and Blue Projects are the topic of my thesis. This project explores the trends in cultural preferences and the differences in the tastes of children (and their parents) from diverse cultures, ethnic groups as well as gender socialization and identity. The work also raises other issues, such as the relationship between gender and consumerism, urbanization, the globalization of consumerism and the new capitalism.”
I love it.
Brooklyn resident Christina Paige was a psychotherapist and mental health advocate before becoming a photographer. That with a talent to catch just the right moment in time makes her work that more powerful.
Oh yes, The monstrous Library of Congress has entered the Flickr realm, better late than never my friends. Maybe your asking, but just what is the LOC? From the source itself, “We serve as the national library for the United States, based in Washington, DC. With more than 134 million items preserved on some 530 miles of bookshelves, we’re also the world’s largest library. In addition to books, we have photos, maps, databases, movies, sound recordings, sheet music, manuscripts, and information in many other formats. Millions of items are online, and the full array of collections is available in DC, right across from the U.S. Capitol building.”
Ina Senftleben has some good portraiture work up. My favorite is the gentleman above.
As her biography makes clear, photographer Cellina von Mannstein doesn’t take shit from anyone. Visit her site for gratuitous and non-gratuitous nudity.
toeyâ„¢ on Flickr. Her profile simply says:
Sony Digital T1
Lomo LC-A (Russian Title)
Lomo Smena 8m
Polaroid SX-70 One Step
Fuji Instax Mini Mint