Libby Hoffman

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Voyeuristic Photos Capture Intimate Scenes Through Apartment Windows in Paris

American photographer Gail Albert Halaban has voyeuristic tendencies. When she peers out her window, she not only observes the world, but she documents it with her camera for all to see. In her first series, <i>Out My Window</i>, the New York-based artist staged a series of moments that capture people in …

5 money habits of unhappy couples

You know this couple. They met, fell in love, moved in together — and then slowly began to sink under the weight of their money habits. He ran up her credit card; she kept purchases secret. They ignored their financial woes.<p>Financial harmony is crucial to a couple's long-term synergy with money. In …

Fashion Trends and Moments From the '90s

Even though the '90s and early aughts seem rather far off now that those of us who grew up then have graduated to full-on careers, families, and investment bags, I'm here to let you know: get millennials started talking about the style moments and must-buys that peppered their history and you can't …

Humorous Urban Interventions on the Streets of France by OakOak | Colossal

<p>Based in the old industrial town of St. Etienne, France, street artist oakoak (previously) relies on a keen sense of observation to create his …

Be Happy, Do This: Hand-Written Tips From Malcolm Gladwell, Roman Mars, And More

Design student Graham McMullin is asking one person a day to document what makes him or her happy, then testing those suggestions himself.<p>How do you exercise your inalienable right to pursue happiness? Graham McMullin, a student at School of Visual Arts in New York City, decided to take an …

The death of Kodak town – in pictures

The town of Rochester, New York was the home of film giant Kodak, which collapsed in 2012. Now, using Kodak film, Magnum photographers Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb have captured the streets of the rundown town, creating a eulogy to the days of transparencies