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Talia Chetrit

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(Talia Chetrit)

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A few photographs from Darcy Padilla’s Julie Project

“I first met Julie on February 28, 1993. Julie, 18, stood in the lobby of the Ambassador Hotel, barefoot, pants unzipped, and an 8 day-old infant in her arms. She lived in San Francisco’s SRO district, a neighborhood of soup kitchens and cheap rooms. Her room was piled with clothes, overfull ashtrays and trash. She lived with Jack, father of her first baby Rachael, and who had given her AIDS. She left him months later to stop using drugs.

Her first memory of her mother is getting drunk with her at 6 and then being sexually abused by her stepfather. She ran away at 14 and became drug addict at 15. Living in alleys, crack dens, and bunked with more dirty old men than she cared to count.

For the last 18 years I have photographed Julie Baird’s complex story of multiple homes, AIDS, drug abuse, abusive relationships, poverty, births, deaths, loss and reunion. Following Julie from the backstreets of San Francisco to the backwoods of Alaska.” – Darcy Padilla

See the entire Julie Project on Darcy Padilla’s website here.

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Tomasz Gudzowaty

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“Tomasz Gudzowaty was born in 1971. He obtained a degree in law at the University of Warsaw. Among his interests are humanistic photography and the classic form of the black and white photo-essay. He began with nature photography and then turned to social documentary and for the last few years he has been focusing on sports photography. He is particularly interested in non-commercial sports, and also those that are not present in the media, sports that are exotic, atypical or somehow outside the mainstream. His photos have been published in Max Magazine, L’Equipe, The Guardian, Newsweek, Forbes, Time and Photo and he is also the author of several albums. He is a multiple winner of the most important photography contests, among others the World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year, NPPA Best of Photojournalism. He cooperates with Focus Fotoagentur in Hamburg and Warsaw’s Yours Gallery.”

(Tomasz Gudzowaty)

via [500 Photographers]

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Dong Honh-Oai

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Happy Chinese New Year everyone! Here are some beautiful photographs that look like Chinese paintings

by Dong Honh-Oai).

via [koikoikoi]

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Roberto Kusterle

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Roberto Kusterle was born in Gorizia, Italy in 1948. His interest in photography began at the end of the 1980s, and focuses on the connections between humanity and nature. His images reflect an exploration into the space between dreams and realities, in a world that is subject to increasing spatial constraint.

(Roberto Kusterie)

via [acidolatte]

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Black and White Collages by Jim Kazanjian

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(Jim Kazanjian)

via [Ape on the Moon]

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Hiroshi Watanabe – Love Point






Can you tell which are the real girls and which are the sex dolls?

“Hiroshi Watanabe was born in Sapporo, Japan. He graduated from Department of Photography, College of Art, at Nihon University in 1975. He moved to Los Angeles after graduation and became involved in the production of TV commercials, eventually working as a producer. He later established his own production company and produced numerous commercials. He received an MBA degree from UCLA Business School in 1993. In 1995 his passion for photography rekindled, and since then he has traveled worldwide extensively, photographing what he finds intriguing at that moment and place. In 2000 he closed the production company in order to devote himself entirely to the art and became a full time photographer.”

(Hiroshi Watanabe)

via [500 Photographers]

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