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True Romance 1993.

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Men With Fabulous Flower Beards [boredpanda]

Previously: Guys With Fancy Female Hairstyles

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Old Germany

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Music piracy in the ’60s

Music piracy in the ’60s

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"Suspended" digital illustration by Ana Bracic

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"Suspended" digital illustration by Ana Bracic

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“The only truth is music.” ― Jack Kerouac

https://soundcloud.com/nebottoben14/b-dylan-man-gave-names-to-all

“The only truth is music.” ― Jack Kerouac

https://soundcloud.com/nebottoben14/b-dylan-man-gave-names-to-all

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Pierre Jahan
Louvre museum in Paris. Spring cleaning in the Great Hall, 1947.
Thanks to Mai Manó Ház

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Pierre Jahan

Louvre museum in Paris. Spring cleaning in the Great Hall, 1947.

Thanks to Mai Manó Ház

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Jarring Vintage Photos Capture A New York City Without Any People

When specifying the essence of what makes New York City New York City, we wouldn’t point to the skyscrapers or the subways or even the dollar pizza. No, we’d have to highlight the ever-buzzing crowds of New Yorkers as the true defining feature of the great NYC, be they tourists, natives or transplants. Without people, the bustling city would look, well, something like this.

This uncanny vision is brought to you by Duane Michals, the photographer who, beginning in the 1960s, roamed the streets of New York in the wee hours of morning, before the city that supposedly never sleeps had woken up. The resulting images, as haunting as they are captivating, depict subway cars, barber shops, bodegas and laundromats without a single customer or passerby, a sight usually unimaginable to New York residents. The rare gelatin silver prints are being shown together for the first time at DC Moore Gallery.

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