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nevver:

Return to Magenta, Myrto Papadopoulos

mpdrolet:

New York, c. 1980s
Jamel Shabazz

mpdrolet:

New York, c. 1980s

Jamel Shabazz

mpdrolet:

From Tel Aviv Beach
Gillian Laub

mpdrolet:

From Tel Aviv Beach

Gillian Laub

missfolly:

Maria Blaisse,  Black Circles 
Anna Beeke 1996 

missfolly:

Maria Blaisse,  Black Circles

Anna Beeke 1996 

(via papermagazine)

gaws:

Willie Nelson by Chris Buck

gaws:

Willie Nelson by Chris Buck

newyorker:

Margaret  Talbot on the cover of a fiftieth-anniversary edition of Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”:

“Dahl’s young characters always have agency; their magic powers or ingenious schemes—what their adult overlords consider misbehavior—always save the day. The Modern Classics cover has not a whiff of this validation of childish imagination; instead, it seems to imply a deviant adult audience.”

newyorker:

Margaret  Talbot on the cover of a fiftieth-anniversary edition of Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”:

“Dahl’s young characters always have agency; their magic powers or ingenious schemes—what their adult overlords consider misbehavior—always save the day. The Modern Classics cover has not a whiff of this validation of childish imagination; instead, it seems to imply a deviant adult audience.”

(Source: newyorker.com)

killerbeesting:

Lou Bernstein, Central Park, New York,1962

killerbeesting:

Lou Bernstein, Central Park, New York,1962