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West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum in Wakefield opened its doors in 1818 as a place to house “paupers” with mental illness in the UK. The asylum was exemplary for the time, built to house 1000 inmates and cure them of their manias. The following series of photos were taken circa

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Manuel Plantin, also known as Yodamanu, is a street photograph that manages to capture a glimpse of urban life with his camera. He works in the streets of Strasbourg (mostly), a French town near the German border, and has a series of photos based on reflections. Have you ever been

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The  night was Feb. 26th, and I was going out to see OLD MAN GLOOM & BAPTISTS wreck shop at the Electric Owl here in Vancouver. My night started off right, because my loving wife hooked me up with a potent chocolate THC brownie that would help my mind get to

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Photographer: Nona Limmen Site: www.nonalimmen.com Based in: Amsterdam ONE “Anaïs” I remember this day so well. It was a cold and extremely foggy January morning when me and my friend “Anaïs” decided to take advantage of this serene yet sinister weather. At that time, I was reading some books mainly

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When I look back at the Punk scene during the 80’s, I think of MRR – I have to give them respect for letting us see the scene from a global perspective. Without their scene reports, I would have never heard of bands like Tampere SS, Kaaos, Appendix, Riistetyt and

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Postcards were a way for the common man and woman to collect photo memorabilia of events at a time where cameras were expensive and not readily available. Unlike today, where most postcards are pictures of cityscapes, animals or weird boring fields of tulips, early postcards would be of subjects you

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