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Mackenzie Greer, 2013
As we all know, the key to any great friendship is having compatible senses of humor. I’ve always been fond of my relationship with Mackenzie because of the fact that we’re constantly able to amuse one another. The majority of the time we spend together, we spend laughing and the thought of the first time we met still makes me smile.
Looking back on it, we crossed paths in the center of 26th street with nothing more than eye contact, followed by a grin and a low, noncommittal wave my shy self invented to avoid looking a fool if she failed to notice.
After sharing almost two years worth of college classes together, we both graduated and moved onto other interests. Mackenzie is currently a self proclaimed poet who can often be found conducting readings at The Waltz Astoria Cafe and she’s also working as a video engineer for Fox network.
Apart from her charming life in Queens, Mackenzie’s almost always exploring a more familiar landscape right on the other side of the Hudson where she grew up.
In other words, she’s the flame that never goes out.
Murat Uğur Eminoğlu
New York 2013
Get ready world for our pics of @ladygaga for @vmagazine! kisses iv #ARTPOP
She’s so hot. Hit me up Steph.
Extraordinary photos of young hitchhikers and freight train hoppers by Mike Brodie
Mike Brodie (tumblr | facebook) first began photographing in 2004 when he was given a Polaroid camera. Working under the moniker, The Polaroid Kidd, Brodie spent the next four years circumambulating the U.S. amassing an archive of photographs that would go on to make up one of the few, true collections of American travel photography. Having never undergone any formal training, he chose to remained untethered to the pressures and expectations of the art market.
Riding the Pyramid
Climbing up the Great Pyramids of Giza is punishable by imprisonment up to 3 years, but pretty pictures don’t take themselves, so sometimes risks have to be taken. A small, intrepid band of russians visited Cairo and entered the Pyramid grounds as tourists, hiding from guards as visiting hours ended and then making the long, arduous trek to the top of some of humanity’s most ancient structures. Once atop the Egyptian skyline, they took some magnificent photos while evading detection from the guards, but also found engravings in many different languages: the rest of the world’s contribution to Egypt’s towering history.
Photographer’s girlfriend leads him around the world.
can someone pls do this with me thats all I want to do is travel the world with the one I love omg
A COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION BY IMPOSSIBLE FANS / 2012In September 2012 Impossible introduced a game-changing new color film for Polaroid 600 and SX 70 cameras that marks a giant leap in accessibility and usability of Impossible instant films. A new component, the opacification agent, no longer forces users to immediately shield their photos from light after ejection but allows watching the development of the image out of the blue chemistry that covers the photo in the very beginning.
Out Of The Blue features enlargements and originals of diverse subjects and styles, taken on the new Color Protection films, created by Impossible fans, users and loyal customers who were for the very first time invited to contribute to an exhibition.
OCTOBER 25, 2012 6:00 PM
Impossible Project Space NYC
425 Broadway, 5th floor