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The Ultimate How To On Photography…

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…of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy of Thomas Vanden Driessche. Courtesy…

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Documenting Behavior.

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…1. | Thomas Jackson. Marshmallows. | Thomas Jackson. Cups No. 2. | Thomas Jackson. Glow Sticks No. 1. | Thomas Jackson. Crumpled Paper. | Thomas Jackson. Straws No. 2. |…

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The Great Migration.

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Thomas Yang of 100copies has charmed us once again with his newest effort, The Great Migration. In what looks to be 100 bicycles–no pun intended–Yang brings the vehicles life by…

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Tête-à-Tête.

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…has its roots in an event at MOMA called “Conversations: Among Friends.” The event included Thomas alongside other artists such as Derrick Adams, Xaviera Simmons, and Clifford Owens. Thomas explained…

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FREEdom at Last.

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…Poppington through July. Courtesy of Michael Della Polla. Courtesy of Andrew “dReWsKi” Thomas. Courtesy of Andrew “dReWsKi” Thomas. Courtesy of Andrew “dReWsKi” Thomas. Courtesy of Andrew “dReWsKi” Thomas. Courtesy of…

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…In Bunches.

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…by mistake. Check out some close up → HERE! ← Courtesy of Luke Thomas Edwards. Courtesy of Luke Thomas Edwards. Courtesy of Luke Thomas Edwards. Courtesy of Luke Thomas Edwards….

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N. | Thomas Danthony.

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Thomas Danthony has taken his clean, rich aesthetics and converted it into a 42 page book that features a collection of his works. Including some of his most prolific graphite…

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For the Love of Cycling.

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With its bright lights and beautiful sites, the enchanting city of Paris has a cycling culture that is alive and well. Paying homage to Paris’ cycling friendliness, Thomas Yang’s Bicycle…

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Your Life Cycle.

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After winning a slew of awards, 100copies has decided to make prints of Lifecycle’s Cityscape series. The series started out as a collaboration between Thomas Yang and Chris Soh for…

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Facing It.

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…concrete — but nay! — The true message is that reality can be warped beyond recognition while still maintaining its original definition. Courtesy of Thomas Quinn. Courtesy of Thomas Quinn….

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Leaning into the Wind

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…often the destruction of the ephemeral. Leaning into the Wind is the second film that Goldsworthy and director Thomas Riedelsheimer have made together and there’s an ease between the filmmaker…

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A New Brand of Currency.

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…are based on historical portraits of society women by Jacques-Louis David, Thomas Gainsborough and John Singer Sargent, and other notable painters. Along with the help of Riccardo Tisci, Creative Director…

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Miami Art Basel 2017. | Day 2.

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…Mana Contemporary. Courtesy of Mana Contemporary. Art Basel Day 2. – Flatland at Mana Contemporary. | Andrew Thomas Huang, Flesh Nest. @manacontemporary @quietlunch #flatland #artbasel #manacontemporary #day2 #fleshnest #andrewthomashuang A…

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Remembering the Little Rock 9.

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…Jefferson Thomas (15), Terrence Roberts (16), Carlotta Walls LaNier (15), Minnijean Brown (16), Gloria Ray Karlmark (15), Thelma Mothershed (16), and Melba Pattillo Beals (16), were unsuccessful. Then Governor Orval…

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Just Us.

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Loneliness is a tough demon to contend with. The short film being featured today is a testament to that claim. Directed by Robin Bersot, Camille Dellerie, Mickaël Larue, and Thomas

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Like a Hot Knife…

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…the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do. Reuniting with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson, the two present a vintage video that is simply powerful….