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Unique Photographs by Walker Evans

Unique Photographs by Walker Evans

Lifestyle, Photography
Walker Evans is well known for his cliches of Alabama farmers. His social view perfectly resumed the America of 1930, the crisis and the depression. However, his passion for advertising and posters is less known. Here, a selection that will change your perception of his work. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Lost Utopias by Jade Doskow

Lost Utopias by Jade Doskow

Lifestyle, Nature, Photography
Since 2007, photographer Jade Doskow travels around the world looking for the remnants of past World Fairs. Specialized in architecture and landscapes, the artist photographed desolated places in which nature reclaimed its rights and where the traces of a major international event are sometimes invisible. Her pictures, collected intohttps://black-dog-publishing.myshopify.com/products/lost-utopias a book entitled Lost Utopias, offer us a beautiful and poetic reflexion on the passing of time and the tension between the ephemeral and the permanent. Montreal 1967 World’s Fair, “Man and His World,” Buckminster Fuller’s Geodesic Dome With Solar Experimental House 2012 Brussels 1958 World’s Fair, “A World View: A New Humanism,” Atomium at Night 2008 Montreal 1967 World’s Fair, “Man and His Wor
Vintage and Colorful Swimming Pool Series

Vintage and Colorful Swimming Pool Series

#Fashion, Lifestyle, Photography
After modeling career, Elena Iv-skaya decided to stands on the other side of the camera. The Russian photographer based in the Réunion island is now specialized in fashion photography. She found her own style with a powerful and elegant aesthetics. For this series entitled “Dreamer Pool”, the artist presents a graphic universe both colorful, pop and refined. Elena Iv-skaya plays with lines and curves as well as with light and colors in this warm and elegant series with a vintage atmosphere. This is not the first time the artist took an interest in swimming pool; her series “Dark Waters” is currently exhibited at the Galerie Sakura in Paris alongside the work of another swimming pool enthusiast, Maria Svarbova. Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powe
Daily Life Shots by Ya Tender

Daily Life Shots by Ya Tender

Lifestyle, Photography
Ya Tender is a vietnamese photographer focused on daily life. Her style is characterized by a raw and mysterious touch. Her images have a dense texture, featuring some intimate moments with a touch of poetic provocation. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Fethi Sahraoui Portrays Algeria with his I-phone

Fethi Sahraoui Portrays Algeria with his I-phone

Lifestyle, Photography
Fethi Sahraoui is a young self-taught Algerian photographer, awarded with the Ami de l’IMA prize 2017. He shoots his country in black and white thanks to his I-phone, going from stadiums to the desert, from youth culture to traditions, giving an authentic, raw and graceful portrait of Algeria. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
How Long Term Relationship Couples Keep Their Passion For Sex

How Long Term Relationship Couples Keep Their Passion For Sex

Health, Lifestyle
Long passionate kisses. Ripping off each other’s clothes. Frequent sex. Trying multiple new sex positions. Not able to keep your hands off each other. If this wouldn’t exactly describe your current sex life with your partner. You’re certainly not alone. Most couples experience stronger and more intense sexual urges at the beginning of their relationship (often referred to as the “honeymoon” phase); but as relationships progress, so too does our interest in sex. It is rare for sexual desire to remain at that super passionate state past the first few months of a relationship. Somewhere between 6 months and 2.5 years, our sexual desire wanes as our relationship becomes more familiar. We become friends and companions, in addition to lovers. As a relationship progresses we also
How to Lose Belly Fat: From a Big Belly to Sixpack

How to Lose Belly Fat: From a Big Belly to Sixpack

Health, Lifestyle
Everyone has body fat. Ignore the fitness magazine headline of the ripped guy saying how he literally has no fat on his body. Body Fat is necessary. It is the best fuel storage for your body as it’s providing him a lot of energy. Fat tissue is your body’s way of storing energy. Back in our hunter and gatherer times this was crucial. One could not buy foods as easily as we buy them today. In prehistoric times we had to go days and maybe even weeks without food. The accumulation of fat cells was crucial in that day and age. Fat cells used to be our friends, now we like to call them our worst enemy. What used to be so beneficial in the past is now deeply annoying. But that fat storage, especially around your waist — belly fat, can not only be annoying, but also be dangerously
Stunning Portrait about Loneliness in Japan

Stunning Portrait about Loneliness in Japan

Lifestyle, Photography, Travel
It is just after the announcement of a worrying decline of Japanese demography for its next 50 years, that photographer Paola Zanni , coincidence or not, decides to make a series about loneliness in Japan. In this series, the French artist explores all the aspects that this isolation can take on the territory ranging from meditation, remoteness, through confinement. You can admire empty spaces and lonely silhouettes. Author: Julie Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
European Trip with Raphaël Firon

European Trip with Raphaël Firon

Lifestyle, Photography, Raphael Firon
Raphaël Firon is a young French photographer from Icart Photo school and the European Bachelor of Photography. His naturalistic universe is very simple and intense, representing the eclectic style of the European way of life and architecture. Here, we present some of his series shot in Scandinavian countries, France or Belgium and the Netherlands. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Why You Always Feel So Tired Even After Rest

Why You Always Feel So Tired Even After Rest

Health, Lifestyle
I used to go home just lying on sofa after work to take rest. Later as I want more time for self-improvement I start to do something else like exercising and reading books. To my surprise, I don’t feel more tired. It actually makes me feel more refreshed. And when I look into what “rest” really is, I found that it’s a poorly understood subject, and that’s why many people often feel so tired even if they “rest” a lot. Letting your mind run free is the quickest path to exhaustion Most people tend to define rest as: Lounging on the sofa or laying in bed Doing nothing (is that even possible?) “Netflix and chill” Not doing chores And while your body is in a relaxed posture your mind isn’t. Rest is a mental activity, not just a physical one.  When you engage in the activities like those in the l