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The topic of sexual assault is front of mind right now all around the world. Every day people are coming forward to share their stories and experiences, forcing the men who victimized them to face the consequences for their actions. In solidarity some people are protesting, others are writing, and others still are making visual art. One such person is Budapest-based artist Miklós Kiss, who is expressing his thoughts through one simple word and a series of powerful images.Kiss, who goes by his a
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Selfies have been getting a bad rep recently, with people saying that they’re ‘vain’, trigger low self esteem and are something that only ‘self-obsessed’ millennials like to do. The group was then randomly split into three, with one third being asked to take a smiling selfie at this time, another to take a picture of an object of place that made them happy, and the final group told to take a picture of something that would make someone else happy before sending it to the person. In other words
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We all like to think that when we’re older we’ll be in rocking chairs, side by side, with ‘the one’. And it’s not a mere dream, it turns out, as one elderly Chinese couple have proven in an amazing photo shoot which celebrates 64 years of marriage. Wang Lijin and Huang Caozen met in 1952 after Lijin asked Caozen, a seamstress, to tailor a suit for him. And the rest is history.
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With her outspoken personality, unconventional beauty, and that once-in-a-lifetime voice, Barbra Streisand became a huge, and unexpected, star. When her career was taking off in 1968, photojournalists Steve Schapiro and Lawrence Schiller began photographing her. They worked with Streisand for over seven years, and 240 of those images are featured in a beautiful new book, Barbra: Streisand's Early Years in Hollywood ($750). The pricey collector’s edition from Taschen has only 1,200 copies in prin