So cold in NYC right now. Longing for balmy days.
Sittin’ in the sky. Have to escape the city once in a while.
Amazing lobster rolls from Easton’s Beach Snack Bar. Even more amazing? It was 2 for $12. Chunky goodness. (Luke’s Lobster who?)
Amazing stories, fiction and non-fiction, that come alive, not because of flashy interactivity or glossy photography, but because they embrace the true nature of the web.
I’m with, Adam. Let’s do it!
Food for thought.
As tensions on the Korean Peninsula once again near the boiling point, LIFE presents photos from a largely forgotten rebellion 65 years ago that served as a brutal precursor to the Korean War to come.
Pictured: Not originally published in LIFE. Large fires in a village during a communist uprising, Korea, 1948.
(Carl Mydans—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Child of the ’90s - Microsoft Internet Explorer Ad
Talk about targeting a specific demographic and connecting with the viewer. Love this ad on so many levels. Reminds me that even in journalism and storytelling in general, stirring the viewer/readers’ emotions has an impact. You remember how you felt watching, and you’re more likely to share with others.
Now I’m googling the psychology of emotional excitement because I feel the need to validate this. I don’t (yet) understand why society measures things like passion and dedication by the expression or appearance of excitement.
Love the concept. Love Paris.
Each of these images are an entire roll of film diligently shot frame-by-frame!
You can see Thomas Keller’s sketches that he used to plan out just how he was going to shoot each roll.
If you’re into these, check out our feature on Martin Wilson’s contact sheet art.
absolutely LOVED this movie. i recommend. group-hug-at-the-end kind of movie in the best way.