Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson 1959 project Brooklyn Gang is an intimate photographic study of a rebellious Brooklyn teenage gang, The Jokers.

© Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson - Photos of a Teen Gang in Brooklyn. Legendary New York photographer Bruce Davidson documented a gang of “troubled teenagers coming of age” in 1959 Brooklyn, capturing the young almost-underbelly of a conservative, “innocent” society.

Michael Wolf, Tokyo Compression

Michael Wolf

Here are 64 photos by 64 photographers that Booooom came across at some point in Enjoy.

A boy watches TV in an appliance store window, 1948, photographer Ralph Morse

Funny pictures about Watching Television For The First Time. Oh, and cool pics about Watching Television For The First Time. Also, Watching Television For The First Time photos.

Polaroid from a collection of real photos from the secret archive of the Stasi (former East German secret police), discovered and exhibited by Simon Menner. Polaroids like this were taken by Stasi agents before they conducted secret searches of homes and apartments so they could document exactly what a room looked like before they ransacked it. They then could painstakingly put everything back in place, and hide any trace of having been there.

Images from the Secret Stasi Archives by Simon Menner . Polaroid of a House Search

Bruce Davidson - Subway Series

Bruce Davidson (born is an American photographer. He has been a member of the Magnum Photos agency since His photographs, notab.

John Schabel

Photographer John Schabel’s series of airline passengers photographed through plane windows.