“The street is the theater of life”
Daniel Tamagni is a freelance photographer and an identity explorer from Italy. Although a fashion oriented photographer, he finds his subjects outside in the wild streets of Africa, Cuba, Bolivia and Burma. He adopts a specific socio-anthropological perspective while looking through his lens. One of his latest project titled “Fashion tribes: Global street styles” represents an amazing insight into the exotic subculture groups of young people in the developing countries. The fashion styles these groups create is a mishmash of modern and traditional. They are mirroring the globalization and its heterogeneity. Hipsters, punks, hard metal rockers, everyone is there.
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“You could tell right away that Alex was intelligent,” Westerberg continues. “In fact, I think maybe part of what got him into trouble was that he did too much thinking. Sometimes he tried too hard to make sense of the world, to figure out why people were bad to each other so often. A couple of times I tried to tell him it was a mistake to get too deep into that kind of stuff, but Alex got stuck on things. He always had to know the absolute right answer before he could go on to the next thing.”
Esha Biwas latest photo project called “The tea kettle adventures” is real creative refreshment. This photographer traveled around the world while an ordinary kettle was mirroring one of the warmest moments she experienced along the road. During the period of four years, Esha was memorizing life in an extraordinary and absolutely unique way. She got an idea about a different kind of doing “selfies” and it turned to be very very cool.
You can see more of “The tea kettle adventures” on Esha Biswas’ website.
An installation which visually and functionally counteracts the chaos of a French city
Find more about Mickaël Martins Afonso designs here.
“We asked 67 people from all over the world to take a DNA test, and it turns out they have much more in common with other nationalities than they would ever have thought.”
Here is a great blog post about why we should take care how people around us feel about the ethnicity, nationality, gender and race. This video is a truly amazing presentation of who all of us are. Human beings. We have been to many places. Now, we just need to open our mind to see and recognize all of them in us.