For his book Photography Changes Everything, Marvin Heiferman spoke to experts in 3-D graphics, neurobiology, online dating, the commercial flower industry, global terrorism, giant pandas and snowflake structure to understand the infinite ways...
In January 2004, at a time when the French government was debating the banning of religious and political signs from schools, Catherine Balet started taking pictures of signs, labels, codes and icons that have a social and aesthetic significance in the world of teenagers. Extending the project from Paris to London, Berlin, Barcelona and Milan, it quickly became a record of the dress codes in European schools, referencing the tribal subdivisions.
An artist and dad who spends a significant amount of time traveling for work posted pictures recently of a sweet and creative way that he stays connected with his young daughter and son despite the distance.
Our cousins climbed down from the trees around three million years ago, but the documented evidence for the steady march towards "civilisation" only begins around 2,500 BC. That leaves a lot activity unaccounted for.