Edward Steichen by Phillippe Halsman . What began as a half-hearted suggestion to one of his subjects in the early 1950s became a tradition for him in the years to come. He would end each of his succeeding portrait sessions by asking his subjects to hop, skip or leap into the air. He jokingly (but somewhat appropriately) called these images his studies in Jumpology.

via The Reel Foto: Philippe Halsman: Just Jump! Halsman photo of photographer Edward Steichen

Celebrating movement and the human form.

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fashion designer collection - Erik Bjerkesjo - directed by Magnus Liljebergh - echoing 'Men in Cities' - 1979 work by Robert Longo

“If you're not failing every now and again, it's a sign you're not doing anything very innovative. ” Woody Allen

director and producer of one of my favorite movies of all time "Bullets Over Broadway".best seen with Kurt Paul Von Weber and a huge bucket of buttery popcorn in a dark movie theater on a sunday afternoon.

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FRED ASTAIRE Dance legend and Hollywood heavyweight Fred Astaire, one of the first men inducted into the Hall of Fame, made the leap in

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