Famed fashion photographer Mario Testino turns his lens to his Peruvian roots and the brilliant colors, patterns, and fabrics worn by locals.
This is the best data viz I’m seen in a long time. (via pieratt)
'BATKID SAVES SAN FRANCISCO!' cheers our homepage (with my byline). I feel like I’m playing a journalist in a superhero movie! (My round-up is here)
Sooo this actually just happened. From, it appears, the actual DOJ.
Confused? Do yourself a favor and check out our story on #SFBatKid, who is on his way to City Hall to see the mayor.
OK, I rounded up everything about #SFBatKid right here. Get the Kleenex.
(Photo via @SFWish)
OMG I can’t take it. SFBatKid saves a woman! (Background article / Liveblog)
(Photo via @KRON4MPelton)
Your Morning Choke-Up: Miles, a five-year-old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, wanted to be Batman. The Make-a-Wish Foundation is making that happen today in San Francisco… annnnnnnd I’m tearing up in the office.
French photographer Raymond Depardon has been traveling the world sine the 1950s searching for life’s “sweet moments.” Here’s what he’s got so far.
@jennydeluxe found the best website on the Internet. (Headphones for full experience.)
Why yes, there is a fake ‘30 for 30’ documentary about ‘Space Jam’…
JFK’s personal photographer, Jacques Lowe, takes us behind the scenes of America’s Camelot with some AMAZING, never-before-seen photos.
John and Jacqueline Kennedy were virtually unknown in much of the U.S. in the late fall of 1959, when he began to search for support. Here, they are having breakfast with Steve Smith, John’s brother-in-law, in a small town in Oregon. They had spent the night before at the Let ‘Er Buck Motel.
See more photos.
(Estate of Jacques Lowe)
At some point $550 pants made out of leather are no longer sweatpants, right?
“My Father Reading the Newspaper,” by Larry Sultan (1989)
Dads are awesome. If you have a dad, call him up. Let’s all call our dads later.
THE FIRST POUNCE WAS ADORABLE, BUT THE SECOND ONE?????? I CAN’T TAKE THIS.
I’ve blogged this gif before and will probably blog it again.
Almost done with Monday, guys.