In 2009, the French photographer Thomas Sauvin discovered a trove of discarded negatives in a recycling plant on the edge of Beijing. He shared some of the intriguing, anonymous images—which resulted in his archival series Beijing Silvermine—on our photo department’s Instagram feed last week.
Yes she emerged from a crypt and tried to eat my face, but ghouls will be ghouls.
…”special” chocolate brown wide end…
I don’t understand this ad at all.
"A Communication Primer," by Charles & Ray Eames
A view of ships and canoes docked in the harbor for summer camp fun at the Lanakila Camp for Boys in Vermont, 1927.Photograph by Clifton R. Adams, National Geographic Creative