Andy Warhol, Andy Sneezing, 1978. Polaroid type SX-70.
Paul Huf, Untitled, 1977. Polaroid type 808.
Ansel Adams, Window, Bear Valley, California, 1973. Polaroid type 55.
"Back in March the Vienna-based WestLicht Museum of Photography purchased the International Polaroid Collection from the Swiss Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, saving it from being sold off piecemeal with the rest of the bankrupt company’s holdings. Made up of 4,400 photos by 800 international artists, including such well-known names as Ansel Adams, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Andy Warhol, this massive body of work was shot primarily in the ’70s and ’80s using special custom made cameras and film that was not available on the market — all provided by Polaroid’s founder, Edwin Herbert Land. Beginning today, 350 of the images will go up on display in Austria"
Images and excerpt from Polaroid Masterpieces: Highlights from the WestLicht Collection.
And as I'm not feeling very wordy today, here's a few links for your enjoyment...
Jeepers, now that's a doll house.Crushing on the streetstyle photography of new-to-me Sydney blog We The People
My kinda wedding