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newyorker:

A few months after the start of America’s war in Afghanistan, in 2001, Jon Lee Anderson reported on the lasting effects of Taliban rule in Kandahar province, where the movement was born: http://nyr.kr/1hsn0B8
Accompanying Anderson’s article was a series of photographs of Taliban soldiers, which the Magnum photographer Thomas Dworzak, who travelled to Kandahar with Anderson, had come across in photo shops. Take a look at a selection of portraits collected by Dworzak during his trip: http://nyr.kr/1joulCv
All Photographs ©T. Dworzak Collection/Magnum.
saatchiart:

Oxytocin Matthew Lawrence United Kingdom  Original: $2,000
dig-image:

DAIDO MORIYAMA
Kuchibiru (Red), 2007
seemycolor:

William Morris, Chrysanthemum (1886)
sullenmoons:

内田正泰 古里の海 木版画
pjmix:

サンケイカメラ (via 「ポルノグラフィック・デザイン・イン・ジャパン」/前史(1):エロのデザイン史における近世とは何か - WEBスナイパー)
quincybanks:

Quincy Banks
girlsandguns:

self portrait for the Village Voice 2014 - Petra Collins