Liu Dan and Sandrah Hellberg by Chen Man

Liu Dan & Sandrah Hellberg Star in Guess x Chen Man Campaign
Grand Canyon Adventure – Denim label Guess has collaborated with Chinese photographer Chen Man for a series of campaign images photographed in the Grand Canyon. Guess girl Sandrah Hellberg who has appeared in multiple advertisements for the brand is joined by Chinese model Liu Dan. The girls pose in a series saturated images which mixes sensual glamour with natural beauty for a unique experience.

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The Last of Eden by Sebastião Salgado

The Last of Eden
On one of the last islands of intact rain forest in Brazil’s eastern Amazon, the Awá Indians face the seemingly inexorable eradication of their home. Even the legal victory that deeded them the land hasn’t stopped the ruthless felling of trees by forces they can’t even comprehend. Photographer Sebastião Salgado captures the Awá’s world, while Alex Shoumatoff hits the forest trails with the most endangered tribe on earth.

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Andrew Birkin on his sister Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg

Q & A: Andrew Birkin on His Sister Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg
Sent to France in 1968 on an assignment to photograph potential locations for an upcoming Stanley Kubrick film, Andrew Birkin soon turned his lens on his younger sister Jane and her new beau Serge Gainsbourg. “For Kubrick, I was photographing very sterile museum pieces, so it was very refreshing to have subjects such as Serge and Jane—Serge always fascinated me. I always thought he was rather beautiful,” Birkin said over the phone to Vogue.com the other day from his house in “the wiles of North Wales.”
by Gillian Sagansky

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Prints of Particular Interest

Prints of Particular Interest from After Image Gallery

ElliottErwitt105Elliott Erwitt
New York, 1974

dennisstock105Dennis Stock (1928-2010)
James Dean, Times Square, New York City, 1955

barbaramorgan105Barbara Morgan
Martha Graham-Letter to the World (Kick), 1940

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Exceptional Landscape Prints

DonWorth105Forest and Fog, San Francisco, 1971
Don Worth (1924-2009)
Worth was a West Coast photographer who was awarded both a Guggenheim and a National Endowment for the Arts grant. He became Ansel Adams’ first full time assistant in 1956. His work is in many major museums, including the Met and MOMA.

howardbond105The Tetons and the Snake River, 1980
Howard Bond (born 1931)

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