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Screen painting in Baltimore

Screen painting in Baltimore

ted gordon

The Fallen 9000 was to mark Peace Day.  The people on the beach represented the 9000 civilians, German and Allied Forces that died on the 6th June D-Day landing conflict.  This is an example of what happens in the absence of peace and is a visual representation to help us understand the loss of 9000 people.
SandinyourEye

The Fallen 9000 was to mark Peace Day.  The people on the beach represented the 9000 civilians, German and Allied Forces that died on the 6th June D-Day landing conflict.  This is an example of what happens in the absence of peace and is a visual representation to help us understand the loss of 9000 people.

SandinyourEye

Haas & Hahn, of the Favela Painting project
sketch for a painted hill in Vila Cruzeiro

Haas & Hahn, of the Favela Painting project

sketch for a painted hill in Vila Cruzeiro

PyroPet by Kisa

For several years Simon Roberts has focused his photographic research on the British landscape, exploring it in the light of the different ways in which it is lived, celebrated or transformed. Pierdom is the third chapter in this photographic journey: a documentation of the piers built in the sea during the Victorian era, once an essential requirement of the seaside resort, now a vestige of a bygone age. While some were dismantled during the Second World War to prevent their use for landings by the Germans and others have been destroyed by decades of bad weather, the surviving piers remain as monuments to a significant phase in the history of British society and identity.

http://www.klatmagazine.com/photography/simon-roberts-pierdom-pics-025/10707

Screen painting in Baltimore

Screen painting in Baltimore

ted gordon

The Fallen 9000 was to mark Peace Day.  The people on the beach represented the 9000 civilians, German and Allied Forces that died on the 6th June D-Day landing conflict.  This is an example of what happens in the absence of peace and is a visual representation to help us understand the loss of 9000 people.
SandinyourEye

The Fallen 9000 was to mark Peace Day.  The people on the beach represented the 9000 civilians, German and Allied Forces that died on the 6th June D-Day landing conflict.  This is an example of what happens in the absence of peace and is a visual representation to help us understand the loss of 9000 people.

SandinyourEye

Haas & Hahn, of the Favela Painting project
sketch for a painted hill in Vila Cruzeiro

Haas & Hahn, of the Favela Painting project

sketch for a painted hill in Vila Cruzeiro

PyroPet by Kisa

For several years Simon Roberts has focused his photographic research on the British landscape, exploring it in the light of the different ways in which it is lived, celebrated or transformed. Pierdom is the third chapter in this photographic journey: a documentation of the piers built in the sea during the Victorian era, once an essential requirement of the seaside resort, now a vestige of a bygone age. While some were dismantled during the Second World War to prevent their use for landings by the Germans and others have been destroyed by decades of bad weather, the surviving piers remain as monuments to a significant phase in the history of British society and identity.

http://www.klatmagazine.com/photography/simon-roberts-pierdom-pics-025/10707

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