Start your week off right:
With the encouragement of her grand kids, this Italian grandmother has been sharing her recipes on her youtube channel. I get super hungry every time I watch one of her videos.
The band Brunettes Shoot Blondes bought a broke piano and rebuilt it with a series of other analog instruments added to it. The piano is a fascinating piece of DIY goodness.
The Making of the Migrant Mother, Dorothea Lange’s famous photography, is a great look how Lange created the image. I love seeing the frames that came before the frame. \
I love these portraits (maybe self portraits) of Gustav Willeit showing the vast beauty of nature in comparison to how small he is.
I am not sure Fan Ho gets the respect he deserves in terms of being one of the greats of photography. This is his street photography of Hong Kong in the 50s and 60s.
"You have to go wholeheartedly into anything in order to achieve anything worth having." Frank Lloyd Wright
Travel photographer, Kevin Faingnaert, recently traveled through northern Vietnam and returned with this series of images.
Paul Cristina creates portraits which feel like they were created years ago and time was worn away elements revealing the underlying layers.
George from Negative Feedback spoke with Robin Friend about his work photographing throughout England. The image of the hole in the ground filled with abandon cars is insane.
Giles Duley, a documentary photographer who lost an arm and leg in Afghanistan and then returned 18 months later to continue his work, spoke at the Do Lecture. A great talk from an amazing photographer.