A woman kneels on the street amid tear gas during a demonstration over the fatal shooting of black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Missouri.
(From what I understand, the police thought they heard a gunshot and started throwing tear gas into the crowd. Correct me if I’m wrong)
Smoke trails tear gas canisters fired into the air after protests in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown turned violent near Ferguson, Missouri on August 17, 2014. © 2014 Human Rights Watch
I am so excited to collaborate on an aerial piece with this really talented musician. There is so much potential for something really great to happen and honestly I’m pleased with my progress.
French photographer Antoine Bruy spent three years (2010 - 2013) aimlessly hitchhiking around remote European regions documenting the affairs and lifestyle of former city dwellers turned off-grid families. Antoine offered labor (helping raise livestock, tending to farmlands) in return for housing and an intimate, more in-depth understanding of this largely undocumented subsociety.
The angel lay in a little thicket. It had no need of love; there was nothing anywhere in the world could startle it—we can lie here with the angel if we like; it couldn’t have hurt much when they slit its throat.
"the evening slowly turns to black stone and the hammer of God chips at the sky, making stars. A child stands on the road watching us; upon her forehead is the yellow brand of this plague-summer. She waves to us and her hand, like a withered, white claw, falls to the ground; the fingers unclench once, then relax—I stuff the hand into my pocket, and we hurry on."
- The opening of The Journal of Albion Moonlight by Kenneth Patchen
- The Journal of Albion Moonlight, Kenneth Patchen