Author Archives: Reese

Skateboarding is not a crime

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At least, not when it produces photographs like Lia Halloran’s. Read more about Lia’s Dark Skate exhibition here. Then take a look at the Shutter Sisters blog. This group found a great way to leverage San Francisco’s recent BlogHer event — and they’ll be making a Blurb book from the results of their experiment. On [...]

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Book of the Week brings us to LIFE

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Crime bosses, politicians, movie stars, artists. JFK, Marilyn, Elvis, Andy Warhol, Vince Lombardi — LIFE, in fact, for the last fifty years … as represented by LIFE magazine photographer Bill Ray. This astonishing work of photojournalism is a literal jaw-dropper … I’ve been drooling on my desk all day. The photographs, naturally, are amazing, but [...]

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Quacked out

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If there were a Recommended Daily Allowance on cuteness, the penguins in this Chicago Tribune feature just might exceed it. For considerably snarkier comments, see Digg. Less snark, more ‘zine? Well, can’t make too many promises, but take a look at Wired for a retrospective on San Francisco’s annual Zine Festival. All sorts of crazy [...]

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What’s the word?

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Using pictures to tell a story is hardly a new idea — witness the cave paintings at Lascaux, or Egyptian pictographs, or even GoFugYourself. Telling complicated stories with pictures has grown easier and easier as technology advances, and with this handy article you can practically turn your digital photographs into a full-length novel. But if [...]

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