These outtakes from the photo session that yielded the Heroes cover, shot by Japanese photographer and designer Masayoshi Sukita in 1977.
Monday, July 28, 2014
These are beautiful color photographs of New York City between the early 1940's to the early 1960's, photographed by Charles W. Cushman.
|Wall Street New York.|
|Skyscrapers Looking toward financial District from an East River pier.|
|Downtown skyscrapers from East River pier.|
|Approaching Liberty St. ferry.|
|The old Fulton Market Manhattan's Lower East Side.|
A class photograph captures the world-changing moment Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met for the first time at Primary School in 1951. The pair met when they both enrolled at Wentworth Primary School, in Dartford, Kent, that year.
(via Mail Online)
|A school photo showing Mick Jagger (circled left) and Keith Richards (circled right) when they attended Wentworth Primary School, in Dartford, Kent. Photo: SWNS.|
|A school register shows entries for Mick Jagger and Keith Richards when the two future Rolling Stones attended Wentworth Primary. Photo: SWNS.|
(via Mail Online)
|People conducting business along Queen's Road.|
|Rickshaws and their drivers awaiting fares on Theatre Lane.|
|Members of Royal Navy and Royal Marines shopping at an open air market on Queen's Road.|
|Overhead of a busy street.|
|Young girl carrying her baby brother on her back and begging for money.|
Sunday, July 27, 2014
The years after World War II saw Japan as a defeated nation and the Japanese people had to improvise in many aspects of daily life...
|Homeless people sleeping on floor at Ueno railroad station.|
|Homeless people resting in sleeping quarters of poor house.|
|Japanese woman awaiting weekly food ration.|
|Japanese police officer directing traffic.|
|War orphans looking through garbage cans for food.|
Whitelands College was a teacher training college for women started in the 1840s, one of the first of its kind. In 1881 they held the first of their annual May Queen Festivals. The idea for the Festival had come from the art critic John Ruskin and had been taken up enthusiatically by the Principal of the College John Faunthorpe. This odd combination of Christian ceremonies with elements of paganism (or rather late Victorian ideas of what constituted paganism) was embraced by the staff and students alike and it became a key part of the College’s identity.
|Queen Mildred surrounded by her white clad fellow students in 1904.|
|Queen Elsie. Here is the masque from 1907.|
|Queen Elsie III enthroned with the 1910 Queen Louise standing in attendance, 1911|
|Here you can see the dowager Queen Elsie III paying homage to her sucessor Queen Alice in a lightly hand coloured photograph, 1912.|
Saturday, July 26, 2014
|A natural athlete, Mick (fourth from left/back row) in his early teens at Dartford Grammar School for Boys, circa 1960.|