Posts Tagged: portraits
Every woman—at least the ones living in big cities—has a response to street harassment, whether it’s flipping the catcaller the bird or ignoring him completely.
Photographer Hannah Price’s reaction is different from most: she takes pictures of her harassers, sometimes candidly, sometimes with permission....more
Originally from Poland, Borensztein’s portraits are a sarcastic take on the American Dream, and although the series was shot in the ‘80s, many of the photos embody a certain timelessness....more
Wendy MacNaughton’s visual blog provides “drawings of people on public transportation on their way to and from work. Five days a week, twice a day, twenty minutes each way. And other commutes to boot.” The effect is somewhere between the chillingly under-acted and over-costumed TV series Mad Men, a song by The Zincs, and drunken half-memories of watching Slacker....more