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The work of Paris based photographer Thomas Jorion is just fantastic! Under the title »Timeless Islands« Jorion has made a series of photos that poetically describe the transient of the world as we have built. Love, love, love it!
Sports complex, United States – 2009, from the series »Another America«
Hotel, Japan – 2009, from the series »Nuigishi«
Movie theater, United States – 2007, from the series »Another America«
Apothecary, Japan – 2008, from the series »Nuigishi«
Hairdressing salon, United States – 2007, from the series »Another America«
In Denver, Colorado, a law has been passed making it illegal to camp on city streets. Meanwhile in Frankfurt, Germany, Councillor Frank has called for a deadline by the end of the month: when time runs out, police will remove the Occupy Frankfurt camp immediately. An important era will probably end there. In recent months tented camps around the world have become a synonym to nomadic resistance and collapsible architecture in the context of protests and demonstrations. Especially in Germany’s financial capital is a striking contrast between the imposing but lifeless skyscrapers and the movement’s improvised camps and architectures. These new urban districts were captured by german photography studio Frank Bayh & Steff Rosenberger-Ochs in a series entitled »Die Entwicklung neuer Stadtquartiere im Herzen der City«. The pictures here where made at the tent camp of anti-Stuttgart 21 campaigners in Stuttgart’s Schlossgarten park and the backgrounds were replaced with various types of surfaces.
Indonesian photographer Agan Harahap has collaged superheroes into war photography that you’d almost believe it really happened. For more about Harahap’s work check out Super Hero at Flickr.