Child holding a copy of Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, 1970s
Dissected - Dali, Van Gogh and Picasso
this is amazing
“The truth is tiny compared to the things you will have to do”
-Leonard Cohen, The Energy of Slaves
Reblogged from Bulletholes
Sometimes projects for magazines such as Fortune, other times commissions for companies such as IBM, Stoller’s lesser-known images are part social realism, part modernist idealism. In these posed shots we see the working man as hero, the working woman as heroine, and both at the center of the industrialist dream.
They are optimistic, sharp, beautiful, and they show us the true breadth of his work: he was not just an architectural photographer but an industrial and portrait photographer too. (read more)