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As part of an ongoing series, the photographer Catherine Opie responded to a…

A Poet and a Photographer Imagine the Afterlife

As part of an ongoing series, the photographer Catherine Opie responded to a poem by the writer Nick Flynn.

Here, a bison graces the Cave of Altamira’s 25,000-year-old Hall of Polychromes. Its meaty body overwhelms its spindly legs.

What Can Paleolithic Cave Paintings Teach Us About When Humans Became Human?

Paleolithic cave art in Altamira, Spain. The “Sistine chapel of Paleolithic art”. These ancient caves bear what is thought to be the earliest-known drawings and pictures in recorded history, said to date back to (as far as) years ago.

Is This The Happiest Photo Ever Made? The drum major for the University of Michigan marching band rehearses as admiring children fall in line. LIFE Magazine 1950

National Proposal Day: Patti Stanger Judges 7 Viral Engagements

Uniformed drum major for the Univ. of MI marching band practicing his high-kicking prance as he leads a line of seven admiring children who are all trying to imitate his flamboyant technique while marching across the campus lawn.

The 74-year-old force behind the avant-garde label Comme des Garçons makes otherworldly clothes that express hidden desires and fears.

Rei Kawakubo, Interpreter of Dreams

The force behind the avant-garde label Comme des Garçons makes otherworldly clothes that express hidden desires and fears.

My obsession with the flaws, reproductions and potential collapse of Michelangelo’s masterpiece.

David’s Ankles: How Imperfections Could Bring Down the World’s Most Perfect Statue

David’s Ankles: How Imperfections Could Bring Down the World’s Most Perfect Statue My obsession with the flaws, reproductions and potential collapse of Michelangelo’s masterpiece.

Leanne Shapton, "Rei Kawakubo, Interpreter of Dreams," The New York Times (26 April 2017).  Like Beckett and Bourgeois, Kawakubo maps the empty spaces within us. Pulling the self inside out and outside in. Palettes of mud, pillowcases of doorknobs, bags of ice.

Rei Kawakubo, Interpreter of Dreams

EDITORIAL: Saskia de Brauw in The NY Times Magazine April 2017 by Erik Madigan Heck — Interpreter of Dreams — Photography: Erik Madigan Heck, Model: Saskia de Brauw, Clothing: Comme des Garçons, Hair & Make-Up: Julien D'Ys.

Animal Photo - A white peacock roaming the grounds at Cherryfields

Animal Photos

Amelie. A woderfull and inspirational carracter! Watching the movie just makes me happy and to be a better person.

Audrey Tautou - Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain - Jean-Pierre Jeunet - 2001

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