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SHANE LAVALETTE / JOURNAL Pleased to announce the release of Erik Schubert’s first artist book, How to Win Friends and Influence People. It was a pleasure following this work over the last few years, and finally making it physical with Erik. Take a peek at the book and get yourself a copy for just $45 here. Good to be included in the inaugural volume of NYPH Journal, along with some other great artists and contributors.

The Photo Issue 2010: Still Lifes ny occasion where I get to use bad English makes me glad. “Still Lifes” should be wrong but it’s not. Wouldn’t “Still Lives” sound very Lifetime channel. And rather than rereading Susan Sontag or Roland Barthes who have written great books about photography I just want you to know that I know about those books, I own them and they are someplace. Maja Daniels' Touching Series On Alzheimer's Patients Photographer Maja Daniels is studying aging. Her photo series “Into Oblivion,” shows the raw and fragile lives of those living in an Alzheimer’s ward. Working in a geriatric unit in France, the Swedish photographer Daniels spent three years documenting life for the residents. Those suffering from Alzheimer’s were kept in a locked ward as a protective precaution due to their innate tendencies to wander and get lost. “This series documents not only the day-to-day challenges in an often ignored sector, but also the wider implications of the growing populations of elderly in modern society as an increasing life span has coincided with the breakdown of the family unit. These aspects have caused a growing disregard for the elderly, swept aside by a commercially driven, youth-obsessed culture.

Lux and Ivy's Favorites (mp3s This is an amazing interview with Lux and Ivy that Rex Doane conducted for his show, Fool's Paradise, back when HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER came out. Fool's Paradise with Lux & Ivy This interview is essential for truly understanding the mythos of The Cramps. Yes, The Cramps made amazing music, and amazing contributions to the history of music, but to really get a good idea of where they are coming from, is to listen to the music that inspired them. If you think its all crazy rockabilly, you're wrong.

Conscientious Articles Contemporary Photographers Diane Meyer May 6, 2013 – According to the artist, Diane Meyer’s Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten “is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location. Sections of the images have been obscured through a layer of embroidered pixels sewn directly into the photograph. The embroidery deteriorates sections of the original photograph forming a new pixelated layer of the original scene.

Tongue In Cheek: A Photo Series Of Couples French Kissing Ever wonder what it actually looks like when you’re making out – really going at it – tongue and all? One photographer took it upon himself to shoot couples doing just that. Often tongue on tongue action can be kind of grotesque, and rarely are we given the chance to examine it closely. Participating is always a good time, but witnessing from a relatively objective perspective – as someone not really invested – is kind of odd, and definitely uncomfortable if you linger too long watching. Photos: Riots, fire, destruction after Vancouver’s loss From Brian Hutchinson: Blood in our streets. I saw people on the ground, bleeding. Shattered glass everywhere. Police cars set alight. Major bridges are now closed, preventing public access into the downtown core. Transit is plugged up, there’s no way out.

Urban Dancer France-based professional photographer Dimitry Roulland has created this beautiful photo series of dancers and gymnasts in urban settings… Image by Dimitry Roulland Dimitry Roulland | via digital photography school