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Photographer Profile ~ August Sander Eugene Atget, Edward Weston, Road Workers, Georgia O'keeffe, August Sander, American Workwear, Andre Kertesz, Portrait Vintage, Gordon Parks

August Sander (1876-1964) was a German portrait and documentary photographer. Sander's first book Face of our Time was published in 1929. Sander has been described as "the most important German portrait photographer of the early twentieth century." Sander was born in Herdorf, the son of a carpenter working in the mining industry. While working at a local mine, Sander first learned about photography by assisting a photographer who was working for a mining company. With financial support from…

John Mitchell
1920s railroad men in striped denim overalls 1920s Mens Fashion Casual, 1920s Mens Hair, Great Gatsby Party Outfit, 1920s Mens Costume, 1920s Mens Fashion, 1920s Men, American Workwear, Herren Style, Men's Vintage Style

Men's Vintage workwear is quietly coming back in style. Mixing neutral colors with vintage accessories (caps, suspenders, scarves, boots) creates a timeless, casual, vintage menswear style. It is also a popular "costume" look for men who own classic cars and motorcycles or who want to dress casually for a themed event. Men's vintage work clothes

Karen Crews
This photo essay of young men in mid-sixties Watts reminds me of the Mods in working class Britain. Trying to rise above their circumstances via fashion and style. Life Magazine Photos, Zoot Suits, Estilo Ivy League, Black Ivy, Moda Afro, Don Pedro, Estilo Ivy, Men's Denim Style, Hippie Man

In the summer of 1965, riots broke out in the Watts neighborhood of southern Los Angeles. Over a six-day period, 34 people were killed, 1,032 injured and over 3,438 arrests were made. In 1966, LIFE magazine revisited the site of the worst riots America had ever seen in its history. The photo essay d

B. Clay Moore