Just like any other design style, these styles have their place. We have all seen those vintage photographs where the color is a little off. The key characteristics of this era of photography are accentuated blue and yellow tones in the photograph.
The Travelers. Legendary New York-based fashion, documentary and street photographer Jamel Shabazz has been scanning the scenes of New York City for about 40 years now, reflecting its lifestyles, moods, fashions, and social struggles. He ended up making the Big Apple his set, telling honest and uncovered stories through authentic images.
Remember the good old days. Stephen Di Rado. As an emerging photographer in the s, Stephen DiRado began exploring malls in and around his hometown of Worcester, Massachusetts, as a means of exploring his own middle-class upbringing.
When Brenda Ann Kenneally started working as a photographer in Miami in the late s, it was a very different place: there was no sign of the now famous murals in the old warehouse district of Wynwoodrents were easier on the pocket and much of the now-booming Design District was lined with semi-abandoned buildings. It was there that she got her start photographing Florida locals on the streets and in their homes. Over a seven-year period, she produced striking, even challenging, shots that spoke of the city's economic and racial divisions.
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During the s, a number of major construction projects lay the foundation for present day Winnipeg. Photo: University of Manitoba. The underground mall still has the distinction of being the largest retail destination of its kind in the city.
Many of them remain popular today, and some are worth a decent amount of money. Who would have thought that dolls born in a Cabbage Patch would cause riots in stores? Of course, Cabbage Patch Kids are still available.
Through the late s and into the s, U. Some were spot-on awesome, while others were a major swing-and-a-miss. Aside from the curious Chevrolet SSR convertible — which some argue was a definite miss — that styling trend never fell to pickup trucks. Flash forward to the twenty-teens, however, and we find trucks with dealer-designed retro paint jobs from the s and s are all the rage.
Barry Lewis built a career around his signature style of photographing with speed and precision for publications such as Vogue, National Geographic, and Life. At the age of 71, this legendary English photographer is showing no signs of slowing down. His new book, Miami Beach —, published by Hoxton Mini Pressoffers a contrast to this speedy mode of working.