The Homo Neanderthalensis Issue
Minnie Keusch was born in Detroit in 1859. At 17 she contracted typhoid fever, was certified dead, and was sealed in her coffin.
On a sweltering day in August 1971, Jerusalem police found a partly decomposed-and weirdly hairless-corpse in a two-story suburban house near the YMCA.
Peckham in South London is full of strange little churches. They're in railway arches, industrial estates, old office blocks and boarded up shops.
Besides, oh, I don't know, Vice, Wooooo is the coolest magazine out now.
Hey! We were just partying down in Cartagena, Colombia, and guess who we bumped into? Bahaa Mayah.
I'm generally into the idea of "standing up for nature" and "not turning the planet into an uninhabitable trashball," but the thing that's always kept me at arm's length from environmentalism is how completely selfish the better part of its proponents...
Over the last four years, we, the photographers of Grupo Mirada Photo of Córdoba, Argentina, have given a photo workshop in the province's highest-security women's prison.
Den Elliott might never have ended up taking photos had it not been for a previous life as a conservationist.