These Photos of Sad Brooklyn Hipsters in a Bar Watching the Comey Hearing Are Hilarious

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[PHOTO] Winston Churchill


“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”

— Winston Churchill

The Department of Miniature Marvels 

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 [PHOTOS] Jerry Lewis in Martin Scorsese’s ‘The King of Comedy’, 1982



[PHOTOS] Fredrico Fellini’s ‘La Dolce Vita’


[PHOTO] The President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump


[PHOTOS] East-West World: Abandoned American Frontier Theme Park in Japan

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Western Village first opened its doors back in the early 1970s. Originally quite a modest affair known as Kinugawa Family Ranch, the Wild West theme park did well and gradually expanded, hence the name change. Yet despite such success, changing times resulted in changing fortunes, and in 2006 it was forced to close — meaning that the park now sits empty and forlorn by the side of the road. An odd, wholly unexpected sight in a relatively sparsely populated area a few hours north of Tokyo.

abandoned western theme park in japan

Increasingly battered by the weather and years of neglect, it nonetheless still retains the look one would expect.

abandoned western theme park in japan

abandoned western theme park in japan

Visiting at the end of a politically tumultuous 2016, however, it wasn’t these out of place structures that made an impact. Instead, it was the park’s haunted looking residents and their unintended, yet no less terrifying depiction of a world turned utterly upside down. The world in which we currently live in, basically.

Considering its theme, and the period in which Western Village opened, it’s perhaps not surprising that one particular, distinctly larger-than-life personality was chosen to front it.

abandoned western theme park in japan

And, as a follicly challenged right winger with a weirdly orange complexion, such a choice seems disturbingly prescient.

abandoned western theme park in japan

So now, instead of an innocent recreation of all things cowboy-related, this celebrity led world feels like a truly disturbing vision of a potentially very near future. One in which the inner machinations and ulterior motives of those pulling the presidential strings are very much to the fore.

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Låt den Rätte Komma In (2008)


[VIDEO] Focal Lengths and Lenses used by Great Directors 



From Morocco to Cuba: Documenting the World’s Endangered Cinemas

When I go to the cinema lately, I’ll admit, it does feel nostalgic, almost as if I’m doing something like they did “in the old days”– and my local cinema isn’t even a charming independent one. Should we blame it on Netflix? From our smartphones to internet-abled TV, today we have more entertainment options at our fingertips all the time, than ever before. Netflix has over 85 million members and operates in more than 190 countries worldwide. You’d like to think that cinemas will never disappear, but are you sure they really won’t?

If it did happen, at least German-born photographer Stephan Zaubitzer will have documented most of what we lost. In an ongoing archive of photographs, Stephan has been taking pictures of cinemas in city centers around the world, endlessly fascinated by their dark interiors and outlandish architecture that always stands out from their urban surroundings.


It all started in Morocco in 2003 when his flight was delayed in Burkina Faso and so he went out into the city to explore and began photographing the city’s movie theatres. The rest is history– and a lot of its fascinating old cinemas….(read more)

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Russian Deep Sea Fisherman Becomes Online Hit After Revealing Bizarre Catches


Cameras: Photographer Andreas Feininger



New Photos of John Coltrane Rediscovered 50 Years After They Were Shot


During the recording of A Love Supreme in 1964, Chuck Stewart caught the jazz legend in his element.

Nelson George writes: On December 9, 1964, saxophonist John Coltrane led a quartet that featured pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Jimmy Garrison into Rudy Van Gelder’s studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, where countless jazz recording sessions were held in the 1950s and ’60s. For photographer Chuck Stewart, Van Gelder’s was a short drive from his home in Teaneck.

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That day nearly 50 years ago the band recorded a Coltrane composition titled A Love Supreme, a profound expression of his spiritual awakening divided into four movements—“Acknowledgement,” “Resolution,” “Pursuance,” “Psalm.” For its soaring ambition, flawless execution and raw power, it was hailed as a groundbreaking piece of music when it was released in February 1965, and it has endured as a seminal part of the jazz canon. The work and its composer will be highlighted anew this April during Jazz Appreciation Month, an annual event launched in 2001 by the National Museum of American History, whose collection includes Coltrane’s original manuscript for A Love Supreme.

“I couldn’t shoot during the take because the recording equipment would pick up the clicks. So what I did was meander around the studio. When I saw a picture I thought worked, I’d take it.”

— Photographer Chuck Stewart

For Stewart, whose photographs have graced thousands of album covers, from Ellington to Davis, from Basie to Armstrong, that session with Coltrane—a friend of his since 1949—was no different from countless others. “When I did a session I would go in and shoot the rehearsal before they did any takes,” the 86-year-old photographer recalls, sitting in his cozy, picture-filled living room in Teaneck. “I couldn’t shoot during the take because the recording equipment would pick up the clicks. So what I did was meander around the studio. When I saw a picture I thought worked, I’d take it.”

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Stewart still has the Rolleiflex camera he used at the session, and the contact sheets as well. Many of the images he shot have been seen on CDs, as well as in numerous books and magazine articles. But 72 photographs from six rolls of film never made it beyond the contact-sheet stage, and so haven’t been published. Stewart’s son David recently rediscovered those images in his father’s collection, and now Stewart is scheduled to include some of them in a donation to the museum this month. Read the rest of this entry »

A Photo of Donald Trump Made from a Collage of Social Justice Warriors Crying Over Donald Trump


Roberto Rossellini: Viaggio in Italia, ‘Journey to Italy’, Ingrid Bergman, 1954


[PHOTOS] Jazz Portraits by Herman Leonard at National Portrait Gallery, London

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[PHOTO] Frank Sinatra


The Very Best of Hands


 [PHOTOS] ‘La Dolce Vita’: Federico Fellini

Miles Davis: Photo by David Redfern

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Fidel Castro Falls Off Stage


[PHOTOS] ISIS Driven Out; Liberated Manbij Celebrates

[PHOTOS] The Most Delicious Photos from Hillary Clinton’s Election Night Party

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Halloween Candy in Japan, 2016


[PHOTO] Autumn Sacrificial Rites at Man Mo Temple


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Dracula’s Daughter: ‘What Do You See in My Eyes?’

‘The Wolf Man’


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[PHOTOS] Skies Over Yokohama


[PHOTO] EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump Capturing and Torturing a Human Child


[PHOTOS] Pablo Picasso Light Paintings, 1949

Vintage Halloween: Old Photos of Clowns You Might Not Want to Meet at Night

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‘The Phantom of the Opera’

Back Home After 172 Days in Space


Color Photographs of Paris Taken in 1914


Albert Kahn. Vintage Paris 1914.

Albert Kahn. Vintage Paris 1914.

Albert Kahn. Vintage Paris 1914.

Albert Kahn. Vintage Paris 1914.


Albert Kahn. Vintage Paris 1914.

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‘Goodfellas’ Directed by Martin Scorsese


[PHOTOS] Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’

Photography and the Lightbulb 

[PHOTOS] ‘Secret Beyond the Door’, Fritz Lang, 1947

Ingrid Bergman in ‘Notorious’