The photographer Thimothy Archibald shares with us his interesting and moving project. In his series ‘Echolilia’, Archibald explores his relationship with his autistic son Elijah. He started to photograph Elijah when he was only 5. However, back then, Archibald’s goal was nothing but sheer documentation. Elijah, who suffers from autism, was socially withdrawn, obsessed with mechanical objects, and had a ritual need for repetition. Archibald photographed his son and showed the pictures to different behavioral specialists who confirmed that he was on the autistic spectrum.
Here is a gallery with the coolest celebrities t shirts. Very often these photos capture the celebrities while they are strolling quietly in the city, showing their everyday style, without make-up or fancy dresses and out from the spotlight.
On June 23rd, it was possible to admire the closest and largest full moon of 2013 due to the so-called Supermoon phenomenon. A supermoon is simply a new or full moon that coincides with what astronomers call “lunar perigee.” That’s the point at which the moon is closest to Earth in its elliptical orbit around our planet.
Linda Evangelista,one of Steven Meisel’s muse. The canadian model togheter with Christy Turlington e Naomi Campbell formed “The Trinity”, the group of super famous top model of the early 90s.
Jagger always loved to tailor his style according to the Stones concerts”When you’re on stage [the costumes] have to fit, and they have to be – for me – glamorous. They have to fit in with the show. If you’re doing a small club, like we did the other week [two secret club gigs in Paris], you don’t want to dress up like a popinjay. If you’re playing in a really big stadium, you want to be in super-bright colours, otherwise you just get lost. But if you’re in an arena that’s really well-lit, like we’re going to be in the next few shows, you don’t have to be Day-Glo.”
The 16th World Bodypainting Festival held earlier this month in Poertschach am Woerthersee, Austria, included artists from 45 nationalities and every continent drawing 29,000 visitors to the “Mecca of Bodypainting”, according to the World Bodypainting Association. in photos by Didier Messens/Getty Images.
A child sits between 1,600 panda figures from papier mache in front of the main station in Berlin, Germany, Monday, August 5, 2013. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has put 1,600 panda bears in front of the train station for two days to symbolize how few of the animals are still alive in the wild. It is the start of a tour of 25 German cities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the WWF. In photos by Thomas Peter / Reuters.
The late photographer Ted Spagna devoted his life to photographing humans sleeping in order to investigate the relationship between art and science and to satisfy his own curiosity about sleep behavior. According to his website, “What compelled him the most was his endless curiosity about the unknowable sleeping psyche and the desire to inspire exploration, discovery and learning.” Interestingly, Spagna’s photos helped scientists to observe that we have 90-minute sleep-dream cycles. Through his work, we learned that sleepers become inactive while sleeping.