1. nuanced-subversion:

    is this beautiful solidarity too much for you, anon?

    (also, i feel bad for you.)

    (via jaysonscottmusson)

  2. Mike Brown (1996-2014)

  3. Ferguson, Missouri (by Robert Cohen)

  4. Ferguson, Missouri (by Robert Cohen)

  5. Ferguson, Missouri (by Jeff Roberson)

  6. Ferguson, Missouri (by David Carson)

  7. Ferguson, Missouri (by Scott Olson)

  8. Ferguson, Missouri (by Mario Anzuoni)

  9. Ferguson, Missouri (by Jeff Roberson)

  10. Ferguson, Missouri (by Ryan J Reilly)

  11. thephotographicjournal:

    We’re steering this ship towards new horizons. 



    Damn, we should’ve called it Photo-Thunderdome.

    (Source: thephotographicjournal.com)

  12. thephotographicjournal:

    Got us a new interview with Damon Loble up, today!  We chatted over eggs and waffles, got him to talk about his hopes! His dreams! His fears! His stunning photos!  

    Go check it out.  Now.  Do it, now.  Put that down, turn that other thing off, go check out the interview.  We’re waiting…

    I met up with Damon Loble, we had breakfast, we kibitzed, no big whup. Go read it while noshing on a bagel, and use the good shmear! 

  13. allvisual:

    AVLA is this Thursday, August 7th at Contact in Los Angeles!

    This month’s contributors include:

    John MF Anderson, Mikey Baratta, A. Dola Baroni, Lizette Carrasco, Caitlin G. Dennis, Henry Diltz, Michelle Groskopf, Kathryna Hancock, Skip Haswell, Tyler Holtman, Sage Keeler, Tattiya Kliengklom, Megan McIsaac, Jon Walter Mocey-Hanton, Adam Moskowitz, Lou Noble, Evan Pinstein, Jason Powell, Wade Ryff, Cody Smith, Casey Thomas, Sasha Tivetsky

    I’m gonna be at this here shindig, y’all should come by.  We’ll kibbutz, have some soda, no big whup. 

  14. Took this shot again and again and again, intoxicated by the way the sunrise spider-crawled over the top of the cliff.  I had Melanie adjust herself in tiny ways, finding myself interested in how much I could get away with, how much flare I could have in the shot while still showing her face.  Trying to give both Melanie’s face and the sun equal attention in the shot.  

  15. Doom Patrol (by Grant Morrison, Richard Case and others) 1989 - 1993

    In 8th grade, while all the other kids wanted to be Superman or kiss girls or get good grades, I wanted to be a disembodied brain in a robot body. 

    Or a hermaphrodite with a negative energy being living inside it, that it could send out to attack things. 

    Or a person with multiple personality disorder, where each personality had a superpower.  

    Doom Patrol fucked me up in all the best ways.  It was, at the time, the strangest thing I had ever read, and had an effect on me not unlike what I imagine when hearing of people who claim to have been visited by aliens.  

    Everything was different, better, more interesting, and there was lots of research to be done into this new weird world.  

    And yes, it took a long time before I ended up with a girlfriend.  But that girl? She dug me because I was super-into books like Doom Patrol.