Referendum Day

September 18th, 2014 Comments off



Ken Brown, Troon, Ayrshire. Sep 15 (Reuters:Paul Hackett)



“No” voter Ken Brown, a retired chemical plant manager, poses with a Union flag on the beach at Troon, Ayrshire, on September 15, 2014. Brown said,

I think that as a country we are much better together. Scotland is quite socialist by nature and that will have to be paid through higher taxation.



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Subhead stolen from the Guardian.



Categories: Photography, politics

A bit of a revolution

September 13th, 2014 Comments off



A Bit Of A Revolution

17 min lecture over on medium



Photos with insights by photographer Janette Beckman of the Sex Pistols, Specials, Clash, Jam, The Beat, Boy George and Debbie Harry.



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Sunday Pleasure – Spend time with your Friends

September 8th, 2014 Comments off



Cinemagraphs by Ana Šantl for iGNANT



Cinemagraphs by Ana Šantl for iGNANT



Cinemagraphs by Ana Šantl for iGNANT



Nude descending a staircase №2

August 26th, 2014 Comments off
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Real artists ship*

August 18th, 2014 Comments off

Photography by Joseph Baylor Roberts ©NationalGeographic

Real artists ship*

Photography by Joseph Baylor Roberts ©NationalGeographic



Artists ship

August 11th, 2014 Comments off

done done Dido (c) Annelie Vandendael

Real artists ship*

done done Dido (c) Annelie Vandendael

*Coined by Nick Crocker. Photography © Annelie Vandendael.



Weekend plans

August 9th, 2014 Comments off
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Meanwhile in the Netherlands

July 24th, 2014 Comments off
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Photos taken in New York by Andrew Kim

July 24th, 2014 Comments off



(c) Andrew Kim, NYC-2

NYC 02, ©Andrew Kim photos from such great heights



You gotta see this series of NYC photographs taken by Andrew Kim, one of todays beautiful minds and great creative directors for when marketing wins with style, flair and stellar clarity.

Do swipe down to food porn taken with his iPhone rather.






Just yesterday Marina Galperina published an article claiming New York City to be the least happiest place in America.

You might argue that despite the mission critical statement headlining the US constitution, happiness is of no such relevance in capitalism.

No contradiction, a pursuit of happiness may however be confused with a claim to actually reach happiness and begs to be sorted out.

With today’s ever emerging technologies and serious research in big data simulations, it should be possible to provide for guaranteed minimum income without distortion of the economic system—resulting in contentment, if not happiness available to all.



Buckminster, minimum wage,

    Capture the flag

    July 23rd, 2014 Comments off



    Rick Bruner, Gothamist.



    Tuesday morning the two white flags spotted atop the Brooklyn Bridge were captured, taken down and oddly folded as in a ceremony.

    Their appearance caused speculations from a complete surrender to gentrification. From hipsters giving up, all the way to, Jaspar Johns has now gotten himself into trouble. Whatever. The original US flags are back in place.



    More on Jaspar Johns





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