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False Arms

Similar to Pantonism, False Arms is another useful website that trawls through images based on their colours. Useful for designers, presentations and image searchers.

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1930s-40s, In Colour

The US Library of Congress is collecting colour photographs on Flickr that show the 1930s – 1940s in colour. A period usually only seen in black and white, these images are filled with intriguing, haunting subjects. Nice to see library services using crowds to source information and collect archives together that they might otherwise not […]

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Getty Images’ – 27Letters

  Getty Images have a new toy – 27Letters. It collates the most used, referenced and talked about visuals in the media space, with top-level analysis. Pooling from 150 mainstream media sites and opinion-forming blogs and covering advertising, architecture, art, celebrity, design, entertainment, fashion, film, news, sport, photography and more. Looks rather interesting. Download it here.

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Shoot London – Tate Modern

Take a trip around London & bring a story to life with your photos, exploring the local streets, finding your own inspiration, oh, and you can win prizes. Shoot London is the next installment of the Shoot Experience and it’ll be showcased at the Tate Modern. Illustrating a story written by Joe Dunthorne with photographs, teams of […]

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Your next plane journey

I prefer to sit in the aisle (I’m 6’3″) or watch movies through a flight, but we all like to gaze out the window of an aeroplane and wonder at the outside sky, lights, possiblities, achievements and failures… the video above is a lovely time-pase photography piece by James Leng of a trip coming in […]

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Vintage porn poster set here

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The Lost Art of the Film Poster

Cosh in Soho has an exhibition of artists such as Cody Hudson of Struggle Inc and Pure Evil re-interpreting classic or obscure film posters. Check out the full list here

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