We still need this platform for longer forms of self expression, and a place...– Matt Mullenweg (via conscientious)
thepensivebrony: “you shouldn’t be depressed, people have it worse than you” finally, after years of searching, the person with the worst life ever is found. formally, they are granted permission to be sad. but only them. only they have earned it. no sads for anyone else at all ever
upthapunx: Seven photographs via zzzzoom! zzzzoom: 1. who are you? 2. when did you start shooting? 3. what inspires you? 4. why do you take pictures? 5. where would you like to be right now? 6. how do you understand photography (or art in general)? 7. anything you would like to add? dimitrikarakostas.com
Motoyuki Daifu, Project family
oneyearofbooks: Published by Dashwood, 2013, Edition of 500. Bought at MOCA.
I enjoy the liberating quality of digital, the 400 plus slots open on the chip...– -Gus Powell (via ditisnietvanmij) Yup. (via jakestangel) Truth. (via nomadda)
Random Paradox #65
sharpeobservations: Marriage in the West went from a building block of civilization, to a family affair, to a private affair between two people, to a contract, to a “piece of paper”, and now, to a gay joke.
One of my guiding principles has always been to photograph for myself, to please...– Harvey Stein (via photographsonthebrain)
I had a few supporters who really liked what I was doing with color and strobe,...– Jeff Jacobson (via photographsonthebrain)
I’ve always believed I had what it takes to get to the top of my profession....– Jonathan Blaustein (via photographsonthebrain)
Young people might give up hopes of gainful employment through art or serious...– n 1: Cultural Revolution (via photographsonthebrain) This is pretty much how I roll, although I’m not all that young and I don’t (happily) have that much fear of unemployment. Also, I don’t budget that much time for culture, really. (via kukkurovaca)
What makes (photography) obscene is its terrible cruelty. Happiness may be...– Nobuyoshi Araki: Sensuality, Nostalgia, and Nature in the Flesh Artsy (via japan-photo)
I wonder how many photographers now have been scared off making something...– from Colin Pantall’s blog post, Susan Sontag Scares Photographers In this recent post Colin makes an interesting point about how we define what might be a suitable way to approach particularly “sensitive” topics. He arrives at this distinction on foot of a remark made by David Goldblatt (seen here...