• Stanley Kubrick's Candid Subway Photographs
  • Posted 33 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 23160 Views
  • Prior to making legendary films such as A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket, filmmaker Stanley Kubrick was actually a relatively prominent photojournalist who shot for publications like Look Magazine. This collection of vintage photographs were shot in the 40s using a hidden camera placed inside Kubrick's coat and give us a candid look at life on the New York subway.

    • Awesome stuff!
    • Gazza Posted 33 months ago · 61 Reply
    • love them!
    • t Posted 33 months ago · 49 Reply
    • You're not allowed to make these kinds of images as freely anymore. The last time I shot an image in an NYC subway a man yelled at me and said, "Put that camera away! We're at war!"
    • littlesofter Posted 33 months ago · 67 Reply
    • Gives a nice background picture to William Burroughs stories, thanks for posting these!
    • Ewan Posted 33 months ago · 71 Reply
    • is there a book with those beautiful pictures?
    • sennah.tumblr.com Posted 33 months ago · 67 Reply
    • @Sennah http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0714844381/ref=asc_df_07148443817648394?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=googlecouk06-21&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=0714844381 not a bad price for a hardcover, either.
    • michael Posted 33 months ago · 45 Reply
    • Walker Evans did a very similar series in the 1930's named "Many Are Called"
    • Brian Posted 33 months ago · 62 Reply
    • The Exhibition is at Bruxelles, Beaux-Arts Museum
    • David Posted 33 months ago · 44 Reply
    • I love these! Pure urban inspiration
    • Evan Posted 31 months ago · 76 Reply
  • TUDOR Heritage Black Bay Watch
  • 32 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 4376 Views
  • To pay tribute to their rich 60-year-old history, TUDOR watches are introducing a brand new model to their Heritage line - The Heritage Black Bay. Building on a classic model from the 1950s, which was famously adopted by divers for its superior underwater capabilities, the Heritage...
  • New Music Playlist Vol. 3
  • 33 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 14387 Views
  • The third volume of our new music playlist compiled by our friends at Neighborhood Tapes. The finest new music from emerging artists this month comes from the likes of Outfit, Beta Frontiers, Casually Here, Waskerley Way and Bam Spacey. Enjoy!
  • Video: Percival SS12 Teaser
  • 33 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 1997 Views
  • British menswear newcomers Percival have released a teaser video, directed by Chris Gove, showing us some of the trousers, shirting, outerwear and jersey pieces from the Spring/Summer 2012 range. If you want to check out the collection in person, they currently have a pop-up shop...
  • Video: Kwes - Bashful.
  • 33 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2423 Views
  • On the lead up to his debut EP Meantime, British electro-pop singer and producer Kwes. has given us a little taster by releasing the official video for "bashful." The Ian Pon Jewell directed clip is "a study of human disconnect on what appears to be a very long elevator ride." Watch...
  • Design of the Year
  • 33 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2835 Views
  • Design duo Barber Osgerby's interpretation of the Olympic Torch has one them the top prize at the prestigious Design Museum Awards. Other contenders included Foster + Partners and Mary Katrantzou, but Osgerby reigned supreme due to the torch's functionality, lightweight form and...
  • Video: Brixton Summer 2012
  • 33 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2589 Views
  • Showcasing their Spring/Summer 2012 collection, Californian good-times label Brixton have released a short video set to the track "Eat My Shorts" by Moonhearts. With their increasing popularity, the brand continue to expand their range with some solid staples such as twill chinos,...
  • 100-Year-Old Photographs of NYC
  • 33 months ago · Art & Design · 5 Comments · 9847 Views
  • Following from the Library of Congress updating their Prints & Photographs Catalog, New York City's Department of Records have released almost a million images of New York to the public. The images go all the way bakc to the mid-1800s and feature all types of inner city workings,...