Actor, photographer and director Ho Fan (1931 – 2016) was born in Shanghai and moved to Hong Kong with his family in 1948. Hong Kong, under British rule at the time, was a chaotic city with a large population that was growing swiftly due to refugees fleeing the Chinese civil war and the Japanese invasion. In many of his photographs taken during the 1950s the strong diagonals and shadows create a dreamlike stillness far removed […]
In 1999 Canadian photographer Francois Brunelle started his project I’m not a look-alike! In a series of black and white photographs, he portrays people from all corners of the globe that look so similar they appear to be family (via: vuing.com) Song for today: Radical Face – Second Family Portrait
A man’s true character comes out when he’s drunk. – Charlie Chaplin I know black & white, silent movies are a thing of the past, but the art of Charlie Chaplin is simply timeless. An all-time favorite of mine, please enjoy!
Seen @ Foam; a retrospective exhibition of William Klein Song for today: Serge Gainsbourg – Black And White