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Ratchaburi, Thailand#sunset #Thailand #beautiful #photography #sky #iPhoneography #streamzoo #iPhone(from @Neddypan on Streamzoo)

Ratchaburi, Thailand
#sunset #Thailand #beautiful #photography #sky #iPhoneography #streamzoo #iPhone
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Good Morning#iPhoneography #iPhone #beautiful #photography #streamzoo #yellow #flowers #morning(from @Neddypan on Streamzoo)

Good Morning
#iPhoneography #iPhone #beautiful #photography #streamzoo #yellow #flowers #morning
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Ratchaburi, Thailand#Thailand #iPhoneography #iPhone #streamzoo #beautiful #photography #sky #sunset(from @Neddypan on Streamzoo)

Ratchaburi, Thailand
#Thailand #iPhoneography #iPhone #streamzoo #beautiful #photography #sky #sunset
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SunSet : Ratchaburi, Thailand#beautiful #photography #sky #streamzoo #sunset(from @Neddypan on Streamzoo)

SunSet : Ratchaburi, Thailand
#beautiful #photography #sky #streamzoo #sunset
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Cloudy Sky : Ratchaburi, Thailand#sky #photography #streamzoo #beautiful(from @Neddypan on Streamzoo)

Cloudy Sky : Ratchaburi, Thailand
#sky #photography #streamzoo #beautiful
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Guido Castagnoli’s ‘Provincial Japan’ Series

Phaidon introduce us to Guido Castagnoli’s Provincial Japan series. Shot in the Shizuoka district, a collection of seemingly uninhabited landscapes and multicoloured Americana with more than a touch of the surreal. “Shooting his first photographs on an old family Leica camera, Castagnoli left his position as an art director at an advertising agency in Milan to pursue photography full time in 2001. His interest in advertising and signage has not decreased, as is evident by the focus of his photographs.”

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Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø

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crown (by songallery)

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crown (by songallery)

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“Beyond  Words: Photography in The New Yorker” is now open at Howard  Greenberg  Gallery in NYC. The show chronicles the history of  photography in our  pages, and is curated by our former Visuals Editor,  Elisabeth Biondi,  who left the magazine this spring after fifteen years  of directing the  photography that has appeared in The New Yorker.  Here, a selection of  shots from the show: http://nyr.kr/ndTnNp

newyorker:

“Beyond Words: Photography in The New Yorker” is now open at Howard Greenberg Gallery in NYC. The show chronicles the history of photography in our pages, and is curated by our former Visuals Editor, Elisabeth Biondi, who left the magazine this spring after fifteen years of directing the photography that has appeared in The New Yorker. Here, a selection of shots from the show: http://nyr.kr/ndTnNp

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“She costumes herself with the bodily rigor that is seen among ballet dancers, whose art depends upon the denial of pain and the mastery of appetite. Even if Guinness insists that her heel-less shoes are comfortable, they connote suffering, and render her literally unstable. Her appearance conveys a sense of immense discipline combined with boundless fragility. It is impossible to look at her and not wonder when, in some way or another, she will topple.”
- Rebecca Mead profiles Daphne Guinness in this week’s issue [Subscription required].

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“She costumes herself with the bodily rigor that is seen among ballet dancers, whose art depends upon the denial of pain and the mastery of appetite. Even if Guinness insists that her heel-less shoes are comfortable, they connote suffering, and render her literally unstable. Her appearance conveys a sense of immense discipline combined with boundless fragility. It is impossible to look at her and not wonder when, in some way or another, she will topple.”

- Rebecca Mead profiles Daphne Guinness in this week’s issue [Subscription required].

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Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2012: Part 2

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Ursus Wehrli’s new book is all about the Art of Clean Up.

He reverses entropy by turning disorganized scenes into “Things Organized Neatly!” 

The Art of Clean Up

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Michelle Williams Photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the October Issue of Vogue

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Michelle Williams Photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the October Issue of Vogue

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Icona Building London

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Icona Building London

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