November 20, 2007

African skinheads, found photos, and other slices of life

  • MangoFalls is a rather fascinating collection of photos from film found in thrift store cameras (kind of a photo-specific version of Found Magazine).  [Via]
  • Clayton James Cubitt’s Lagos Calling is “an anthropological study of African skinhead fashion from the early seventies.” [Via]
  • The Morning News features Aaron Hobson’s Cinemascapes plus a short interview with the photographer. [Via Thorsten Wulff]
  • Magnum Magnum celebrates the 60th anniversary of the famed photo agency.  I love the first two shots in this gallery.  [Via Marc Pawliger]
  • People & their breakfasts surveys–well, just that. [Via]  I think this kind of navel-(orange) gazing may be part of Why They Hate Us.
Posted by John Nack at 5:17 PM on November 20, 2007

Comments

  • redneck — 8:36 AM on November 21, 2007

    Indeed a selection of their finest photographs!

  • BlueBuffalo — 11:07 AM on November 29, 2007

    What a great collection of photos!

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