Photography

Marilyn Monroe, Naked

Marilyn Monroe, Naked

Life magazine called it “the skinny dip you’ll never see.” In what would have been Marilyn Monroe’s last film role, the buxom, platinum-haired icon frolicked in and around a swimming pool for the unfinished Something’s Got to Give in 1962, a remake of the screwball comedy My Favorite Wife from 1940. Monroe died before she finished making the movie, but excerpts and snapshots of her now-legendary nude bathing scene have only fueled her posthumous celebrity.

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New York Dick

New York Dick

New York Dick: Lewd Drawings and Obnoxious Comments on New York City Advertising Posters is a compilation of large-scale ads that have been anonymously defaced, most often with crudely-drawn phalluses.

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The Photography of Austin Young

The Photography of Austin Young

Austin Young’s vibrant portraits have been published in Vogue, Rolling Stone, Flaunt, and Interview, with subjects ranging from A-list celebrities to drag queens.

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Wanted: The LomoKino from Lomography

Wanted: The LomoKino from Lomography

Moving pictures with 35mm still film? In a word: yes. Lomography just announced the LomoKino, a film camera that creates motion pictures on 35mm still film with a total of 144 frames.

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Coined Consumerism

Coined Consumerism

A compilation of images, interviews, and essays, Christopher D. Salyers’ Vending Machines: Coined Consumerism provides an engaging survey of a modern-day mechanical phenomenon.

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