Iconic Portrait Photos Throughout History Recreated with John Malkovich as the Subject
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Upon first glance, the photo above looks like Dorothea Lange’s iconic Migrant Mother photo captured in 1936. Then you realize that the woman in the frame i

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The World’s Largest Salt Flat, Where Heaven Meets Earth: Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni

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Salar de Uyuni is a gigantic salt flat found in southwest Bolivia. Measuring over 4,000 square miles (10,000+ square km), it’s the world’s largest salt fla

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Brazil by Steve McCurry

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Steve McCurry has been one of the most iconic voices in contemporary photography for more than thirty years, with scores of magazine and book covers, over a dozen books, and countless exhibitions around the world to his name. Born in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; McCurry studied film at Pennsylvania State University, before going on

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Palace of Westminster comes to Life with Augmented Reality | Augmented Reality Trends

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An augmented reality app has been launched recently which will allow visitors to find out the secrets of the oldest part of the Palace of Westminster. The app

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M.Worsdorfer: ” NATION’S UNITED ”
The Paver Project by Alan Leder

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Alan Leder, artist, educator, and arts administrator, was born and raised in Chicago, IL. He received a BFA in painting and Art History from Northern Illinois University and his MFA degree in Sculpture and Filmmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). While at SAIC, he studied photography with Barbara Crane and

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Vintage Photography by Hans Mauli

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Born in Switzerland in 1937, Hans Mauli studied graphic design. He worked in Aarau, Coponhagen, London, Paris and New York. In the late sexties he worked for the celebrated Herb Lubain in New York and for the advertising agency Young & Rubicam in Paris. Though graphic design was his profession, he had always wanted to

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