Category Archives: photography
West America is a Portland duo comprised of Jordan Hufnagel of Hufnagel Cycles and James Crowe of Crowe Metal Co whom not only share a shop for their respective crafts but are also bringing their design and fabrication skills together. They’ve worked together to produce some outdoor kitchen items like a folding grill and collapsing skewer as well some handsome soft goods with illustrations by Caleb Owen Everitt. They’ll be heading to South America on their motorcycles in the future for an epic trip so be sure to watch the site for more news about that! Good luck guys.
It’s nice when the title of a blog really delivers, if you like what you see follow along here. Oh, and happy fathers day.
Old pictures of guys on rocks, not much else to say besides that but it’s a good “+” to hit, follow here.
The above images are scans from the backsides of photographs in the New York Times’ photo archive posted on their new photo blog titled The Lively Morgue. Printed, stamped, and scribbled on the rear of the photos are records of publishing dates, captions, and other internal notes. The blog does post the front of the photograph incase you were wondering, but I found the backsides equally interesting as the life of the image within the Times can be traced through these notes. A full explanation of the backside notes can be found on the bottom of this page of the blog.