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How the Other Half Lives: Photographs of NYC’s Underbelly in the 1890s

Jacob A. Riis arrived in New York in 1870. As the economy slowed, the Danish American photographer found himself among the many other immigrants in …

Orgreave, Yorkshire, 1984

Form and Landscape: Southern California Edison and the Los Angeles Basin, 1940-1990 in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2013/jun/18/edison-los-angeles-in-pictures<p>720<p>Los Angeles' chief electrical supplier, Edison, …

The electrification of Los Angeles: a photographic history

Cinemagoers everywhere can picture Los Angeles' sun-blushed streets, thanks to Hollywood. Yet a huge, newly digitised photographic archive shows a …

Long Exposure Engagement Photos Shot Under the Starry Night Sky

Long exposure photographs of stars and romantic engagement photographs aren’t often found together, but that’s the fusion wedding photography couple …

Annie Leibovitz on the future of photography - Cannes Lions 2013 video

Annie Leibovitz discusses the role of the professional photographer in an era dominated by smartphone cameras and image-sharing sites. Speaking at …

NYC To Install Free Cellphone-Charging Stations

A clever solar-powered concept we encountered just a few months back will be installed across NYC starting this week<p>Not so long ago, we featured a Pensa concept that we called a rest stop for the urban age–a system called Street Charge that could attach to any sign, then top off cellphone batteries …

Solar Panels

Matera, Italy photographed by Fabiana Belmonte (j)

‘Kaskaskia’ – Images of Illinois’ First Capital by Ben Geier - The Fox Is Black

Kaskaskia is a small town in Randolph County, Illinois. Back in 1818, when Illinois became the 21st U.S. state, the town served as the state’s …