Inside Martino Gamper and Francis Upritch’s home. via T Magazine
Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates giant ephemeral portraits by cutting layer after layer of wire mesh. Each work begins with a photograph which is superimposed over layers of wire with a projector, then Park slowly snips away areas of mesh.
Jessica Chastain is adorbs. via T Magazine.
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Two long-lost friends, photographers and adventurers both, set out to visit one of Afghanistan’s most remote regions. Their journey, by foot, donkey and horse, gave them a newfound humility. Read more about the Traces of Time project on Lens.
Oct. 5, 1938: “Monsters of the air,” the published caption read. The British Air Ministry gave The New York Times some of the first photographs of the Air Force balloon barrage at Cardington, England, the home of the No.1 Balloon Training Unit. Several hundred balloons were delivered to the Royal Air Force to be used for air defense in and around London. See more vintage photos of dirigibles on The Times’s photography blog, Lens. Photo: The New York Times
This weekend: Fritz Lang and Freelance.
Faraway planets, otherwise known as frying pans. Captivating photography from the “Devour” series by Christopher Jonassen.
Original playbill for Death of a Salesman. Its return to Broadway stars Philip Seymour Hoffman. Must watch.
1940s cell chart. They don’t make’em like they used to.
Federico Pietrella’s drawing tool of choice is a date stamp.
'Billions' by photographer Ward Roberts.