In August 1946, Life magazine featured a series of photographs taken by Andreas Feininger of New York City at night. Continue reading ““A Place of Bright and Blaring Color”: New York City at Night”
From the official 1939 New York World’s Fair pamphlet:
The eyes of the Fair are on the future — not in the sense of peering toward the unknown nor attempting to foretell the events of tomorrow and the shape of things to come, but in the sense of presenting a new and clearer view of today in preparation for tomorrow; a view of the forces and ideas that prevail as well as the machines.
These pictures were made by Hugo Jaeger, Adolf Hitler’s personal photographer. He sold them to America’s Life magazine in 1965, but some weren’t published until 2009. Continue reading “Munich Under Nazi Rule: Color Photos”
We were acquainted with the wonderful photography of the very talented Johannes Huwe via Japan Camera Hunter and had to share it here as well, since most of the imagery is distinctively dieselpunk in nature.
The photographer chooses subjects like racing with old-timers, hot rods and land-speed racing, but also flight safaris and Artic expeditions. Truly in the spirit of adventure! Continue reading “The Photography of Johannes Huwe”