Victoria’s Secret Models – The Way You’d Most Like To See Them

This post is nsfw, so beware.

Models: Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel, Constance Jablonski, Andreea Diaconu, Alessandra Ambrosio, Cameron Russell, Behati Prinsloo, Toni Garrn, Doutzen Kroes, Karlina Caune, Jourdan Dunn

From a shoot called “The Goddesses” by Fabien Baron for Interview, September 2013.

The Goddesses

Interview September 2013
Photography: Fabien Baron
Styling: Karl Templer
Hair: Recine
Make-Up: Diane Kendal

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This Is What It Looks Like When 68,000 People Build A Temporary City In The Nevada Desert

One of the best posts I’ve seen since Burning Man ended, with large and amazing images, was this one by Julie Zeveloff on Business Insider:

Burning Man seen from the air

Burning Man seen from the air

Burning Man, the annual arts, culture, and music festival in the Nevada desert, is well underway.

This year, as many as 68,000 people were expected to turn out to join the “experimental community,” which is completely built from the ground up ever year.

Reuters photographer Jim Urquhart captured these stunning aerial images of Black Rock City, the city built by festival participants.

A closer look at some of the temporary structures and trailers of Black Rock City

A closer look at some of the temporary structures and trailers of Black Rock City

The "Man," seen in the foreground of this photo, is burned in effigy at the end of the festival

The “Man,” seen in the foreground of this photo, is burned in effigy at the end of the festival

Festival-goers get around on bikes, and are largely cut off from the outside world

Festival-goers get around on bikes, and are largely cut off from the outside world

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/burning-man-aerial-photos-2013-8#ixzz2dx7sr9Hn

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David Gueringer & Michael Rosner in Dark Beauty Magazine

DBM_logoAs many of you know, I’ve been collaborating with the painter Michael Rosner of Eye Level Studio on a series of body painting shoots.  Roz and I recently posted a series of three images of Ulorin Vex, and apparently the editor of Dark Beauty Magazine is a fan.

 

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You can check out the post for yourself here, and while you’re there, spend some time immersing yourselves in the arts & culture you’ll find on their site. Hopefully you’ll be seeing more of our work in their site in the future.

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DG

Photos of Famous Landmarks While They Were Still Under Construction

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Some of you may have already seen this post from io9.com circulating online, but just in case you haven’t, it’s a fascinating look at history, and the fabulous monuments people have endeavored to build.

Enjoy this article by VINCZE MIKLÓS:

We’re used to seeing modern landmarks in their completed glory, but we gain a new appreciation for those familiar monuments when we see them in progress, and remember all the labor that went into bringing them to life. [READ MORE]

Photos of Famous Landmarks While They Were Still Under Construction

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VICE Magazine’s Continuing Coverage of the Fearless Photographers of Magnum

VICE is hands down one of the best sources of real journalism left in the world. Another fantastic article from them, part of their ongoing series covering the intrepid photographers of Magnum:

KENYA. Hell’s Gate, 2013. A worker takes a break in the new geothermal pool at the geothermal plant near Nairobi.

Magnum is probably the most famous photo agency in the world. Even if you haven’t heard of it, chances are you’re familiar with its images, be they Robert Capa’s coverage of the Spanish Civil War or Martin Parr’s very British holiday-scapes. Unlike most agencies, Magnum’s members are selected by the other photographers on the agency, so becoming a member is a gruelling process. As part of an ongoing partnership with Magnum, we’ve been profiling some of their photographers.

For this round of VICE Loves Magnum we spoke to Dominic Nahr…read more.

DOMINIC NAHR IS A MASTER OF PHOTOGRAPHING HUMAN EERINESS | VICE DENMARK

The 50 Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever – TwistedSifter

Some of these pics are oldies, some are newbies; all are awesome.  Enjoy this post from TwistedSifter:

airplane-breaking-the-sound-barrier-perfect-timingBy Internet standards, a “perfectly timed” photo occurs when two of the following three conditions are met:

1. Perfect Place
2. Perfect Time
3. Perfect Angle

Sometimes the holy trinity of perfectness is achieved and you get an Internet classic like so many of the photographs below [READ MORE]

The 50 Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever – TwistedSifter

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