I'm Matt. I live in Allston, MA. I like art, making photographs, and collecting records. Steezy menswear is cool too.

~Screamo is for lovers.~
black-and-white:

Ash Wednesday | by freemax

Very punny.
bearhair:

 
@dudek, cc: The Private Life of Pablo Picasso
joelzimmer:

Cup & Saucer
Apparently I went to 1967 yesterday and took this picture.

God damn, do I love black and white.
ryanpfluger:

matisyahu, 2009

wisdom
bookmania:

[Jack London] is best known as the author of The Call of the Wild and The Sea Wolf, novels which made him rich. He’s somewhat less well known as a journalist and social activist—though in his time he worked as a war correspondent for newspapers and magazines, and was well-known as a powerful advocate for unions and a noted socialist lecturer. But he’s virtually unknown as a photographer, despite the fact that he shot remarkable photographs under very trying conditions. (Read More)

photojojo:

Neat! Ninalee Craig, the woman in Ruth Orkin’s iconic 1951 “American Girl in Italy,” talks about her time being photographed by Ruth Orkin.

She’s now 83 years old. The orange shawl is the same one she wore in the 1951 photo.

Ninalee Craig On Being Photographed by Iconic Photographer

via Reddit


sambas
latimes:

July 31, 1958: Lomie Puckett stands guard to prevent bulldozers from leveling her Edendale house for the construction of the Golden State Freeway. Puckett wanted more money than offered for the house.
Read more about the incident on Framework.
Photo credit:  John Malmin / Los Angeles Times
‘Hey Joe’
The Match by keith kendall on Flickr.
eileenede:

Bercy 1980, by Philippe Gautrand
robotcosmonaut:

Muhammad Ali, 1966
cordisre:

Dolphins in action (di Paul Cowell)