In Phaidon’s new mini edition of the 2015 photo book “Brick,” author and editor William Hall pays homage to “the humblest thing imaginable … [a] brick is after all just earth.”
LAX-C warehouse contains everything from Bangkok and beyond.
Weegee photographed murders, car crashes, and criminals, hundreds of them, virtually inventing the sensationalist tabloid aesthetic, and the no-hold-barred style of photojournalism
Away from street performers dressed as sort of sexy cops and cardboard Transformers, the Rolling Stone Restaurant faces the California Pizza Kitchen on the upper floors of the Hollywood and Highland Center. In front of the restaurant, tourists mosey around, mouths open, cameras out, photographing the details of the mini-Vegas-meets-tiny-Times Square-styled complex.
During any given show of Oklahoma psychedelic rockers the Flaming Lips, there will always be a moment or two that feels a bit like a dream. After Flaming Lips' performance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, it's hard to distinguish the real from the illusory.