Annie Musselman. Photographer. Activist. Seattle.

For the Innocent.

"Animal's lives have little worth in our culture. Their habitats are ruined for comodities such as pam oil, or soy. They are put into cages, while their bodies are made sick and use for scientific research. My work is encouraged by the belief that if humans witness the innocnece and beauty of these animals, they will realize more and more what they have lost due to technlogy, overpopulation, and the rejeciton of nature, perahps we will stop endangerous them. This is the story of the rescue of the Indicator Species, in which certain sanctuaries focus on achieving conservation of a particular animal, and along with the status of many species which share its habitat are saved." - anniemusselman.com

Billie Holiday & her dog Mister.

Japanese Greasers Get Down.


Jonathan Seliger. Sculptor. New York.

Oil, alkyd, acrylic, modeling paste on canvas, bronze.

Automotive enamel on bronze.

Automotive enamel on aluminum.

Oil, alkyd, acrylic, modeling paste on canvas.


Dirt off your shoulder.

Pierre Dorion. Artist. Montreal.

Oil on linen.

Watercolour and gouache on paper.

oil on canvas.
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Traveling Denim. Takayuki Akachi. Japan.

Akachi documented a girl wearing denim while traveling across 50 different countries throughout 2 years, recording color fade.
Would be a good ad for Levis.

Emma Kelly. Illustrator. London.