The Salvage of Flight 1549

Photography // Thursday, February 12, 2015
In his series “Flight 1549”, photographer Stephen Mallon documented the salvage of the famed flight landed on the Hudson River by pilot Sully Sullenberger over a two week period. Mallon worked closely with Weeks Marine who was performing the salvage operation removing the downed plane from the icy river to get a behind the scenes look at the famous aircraft while documenting what it took to raise it.

Taylor McCutchan’s “Golden State”

Photography // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
In his series “Golden State”, photographer Taylor McCutchan set out on an extensive trek through his native Northern California to create images of the landscapes he’s grown to love. The series holds heavy elements of nostalgia with dreamlike depictions of the California coast. 

"Several Object Assemblages" by Michael Younker

Photography // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Several Object Assemblages is a series of images by photographer Michael Younker that aim to focus on the sculptural aspects of a still live and the relationships of the objects within it. Touching on themes from pop art and minimalism, Younker creates dry, austere, sculptural compositions and photographs them without the added distraction of color. 

"//_PATH" by Mark Dorf

Photography // Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Mark Dorf is a photographer and sculptor from Louisville Kentucky. Mixing his photography with digital media, Dorf explores the relationships between the natural and digital worlds. His series //_PATH uses early 3D scanning technology to create geometric forms within the plane of a landscape. 

Carnival Strippers

Photography // Tuesday, February 10, 2015
From 1972 to 1975, photographer Susan Meiselas spent her summers photographing the female striptease performers who worked in traveling carnivals throughout New England, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. 

"PTL" by Andy McMillan

Photography // Monday, February 09, 2015
Andy McMillan is a photographer based in Charlotte, North Carolina. His series "PTL" began in 2006, documenting the community where his father's church moved, a property once containing a ministry base and a Christian theme park owned by televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. 

“Nature’s Finale” by Ann-Mari Broman

Photography // Monday, February 09, 2015
In her series “Nature’s Finale”, New Jersey-based photographer Ann-Mari Broman visually explores the stages of decomposition in nature by creating images of carcasses and bones she finds in the landscape near her home. 

Ryan Lawton’s “Riders”

Photography // Saturday, February 07, 2015
Ryan Lawton is a 23- year- old San Diego based photographer who’s found inspiration in his daily commutes on the public transportation system. When he made the move from Orange County to San Diego three years ago, he ditched his car in exchange for a less private means of travel. 

Insanely Realistic Photos With Miniature Models

Photography // Friday, February 06, 2015
Conceived as an exercise in model making and photography, Michael Paul Smith’s “Elgin Park” soon became a passion project where Smith recreated a fictional town based on his own nostalgic memories from his hometown. Through the use of 1/24th-scale model recreations, Smith photographs scenes of everyday life in his created town taking place from the 1920’s to the mid 1960’s. 

Documenting Detroit’s Abandoned Cars

Photography // Thursday, February 05, 2015
In the wake of recent bankruptcy, photojournalist Joshua Lott set out to photograph the abundance of abandoned cars scattered across the city’s landscapes. The Detroit-based photographer used these automobiles as metaphors for the Motor City’s decline and it’s current economy.

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