Dylan Don - great colours and energy
Formidable shot of the Statue of Liberty by Bruce Davidson.
Self taught at a young age, Bruce Davidson started documenting neighborhoods in Chicago. In the 60s he documented Brooklyn gangs, the Civil Rights Movements, and his most famous project “East 100th Street” about the people living in an infamous block in East Harlem.
This amazing project was displayed at MOMA, and Davidson returned to East 100th Street in the late nineties to document the changes to the area in the 30 years since the first shots were taken.
An amazing body of work.
Today’s images are by Sue Parkhill. Her gentle observations of the world around her are a little bit like time has stopped just long enough to let her take these shots.
“The silence of Dogs in Cars” made me laugh. A project by photographer Martin Usborne who is currently spending a year seeing how many animals he can rescue. You can follow his adventures here: www.yeartohelp.com.
In the meantime, The Silence of Dogs in Cars can be seen at The Little Black Gallery
Also by Zoe Ghertner, Celine promo shots in colours. Again, so simple and subtly different from what is out there, it works so very well (and it is not just because it is Celine!!).
Black and white jewellery shots by Zoe Ghertner. Refreshing piece of art direction, working remarkably well.
Illustrator, maker and art director Chrissie Macdonald. Work exhibited as part of The Museum of Objects & Origins at Pick Me Up.