Are we getting one step closer to having the beloved Volkswagen Microbus back in production? All signs point in the right direction, with VW CEO Herbert Diess' recent statements. “Emotional cars are very important for the brand,” he shared. “We are selling loads of Beetles still, particularly in US markets. But we will also have the Microbus that we showed, which we have recently decided we will build.
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New Zealand-born photographer Amos Chapple, a photojournalist for Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, works primarily in the former Soviet...
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced that one of the country's most famous post offices, New York's James A.
In 2012, Matt Might, a professor of computer science at the University of Utah, created The Illustrated Guide to the Ph.D. This clever data visualization has helped him explain what a Ph.D. is to his incoming doctoral student each year since. The clear, simple, and effective design will ring true for anyone who has gone through the Ph.D. process, and will provide clarity for anyone thinking about taking the plunge.
For the past 9 years, photographer Alexander Khimushin has been traveling the world, visiting 84 different countries.
The 1860s in the United States was a time of turmoil and change.
A few years ago, Portland photographer Kati Dimoff developed a passion for found film. Every time she passed a thrift shop, she'd pop inside to see if any of the vintage cameras had undeveloped film inside. And while she's had some good finds over the years, her latest adventure is something special. In late May she purchased a 1936 Argus C2 for $20 from a local Goodwill.
Using images to communicate the news, photojournalism has shaped the way we view the world since the mid-19th century.
Brazilian photographer Pedro Oliveira began his journey with photography upon moving to the United States to pursue his education. In a short time, his work has gained high acclaim, with his series about homelessness Careful: Soul Inside garnering him awards and international press. In this moving series, which he began in June 2015, Oliveira couples soulful portraits of his subjects with their stories to bring awareness to the larger social issue of homelessness.
Throughout history, architecture has been used as a creative, functional outlet that often heralds the cultural depth of society.
He’s mentioned over and over as a source of inspiration for photographers, but who was Henri Cartier-Bresson, and why does...