via hypebeast.com | photos © Hugh Holland
Tube socks, empty swimming pools and boards.
Hugh Holland is a photographer who captured the skate scene in Los Angeles in the 1970′s. Over three years, he took a ton of photos, chronicalling the skating’s evolution from its roots of ’unruly after-school activity’ to a fully fledged sport.
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via photography.nationalgeographic.com | Photos © –
The National Geographic Photo Contest winners have been announced. Every year photographers from around the globe share photographs that transport us to another place, connect with us emotionally, or stir us to action.
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via ignant.de | Photos © Maroesjka Lavigne
For the series ‘Land of Nothingness‘, Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne traveled to Namibia where she captured serene photographs of its vast landscape. The calm atmosphere in the images is dominated by pale hues of the desert and spotted with wildlife. At the same time, Lavigne seems to explore the themes of solitude and slowness in her photographs.
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via dezeen.com | photos © The Renwick Gallery
American artist Jennifer Angus has used an intricate pattern of insects to decorate a vivid pink room at the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC, set to reopen next month following renovation work.
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via designboom | images © Dionisio González
Spanish artist Dionisio González brings us his latest series ‘Trans-Actions’, a set of imaginary architectural realizations which beckon the question — are these structures contemporary habitable spaces or ruins of a former landscape now forgotten? Mobile observatories, occasional retreats, workplaces, hydraulic structures and stationary zeppelins stand out for their ability to surprise and astound the onlookers around them.
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