In this project, Time, John Clang photographs pedestrian traffic along the city streets of New York at various times. He then tears multiple photographs into strips, akin to the pieces of a broken mirror, and then puts them together into a single frame. By combining split seconds into one moment he confronts issues of intimacy among crowds of strangers.
Beside flipping out because that’s the coolest thing ever and the only care package I’ve gotten since I’ve been in college, I opened it up to see the amazing cover of the Annual Report staring me in the face. I could not think of two better people to be smiling so happily on the cover of the Mcdonogh Annual Report. That is an amazing picture of Sam and Katie and it just makes me miss school that much more.
Lizzie & Gordo // Just spent the last 30 minutes making this. :) Haha. Yeah, I obsess over things. But, I’d actually really love to make music videos or short films one day. So, making things like this is an outlet.
When I was a kid, I didn't have a laptop, iPod, Blackberry, PS3, Wifi or iPads. I played outside with friends, bruised my knees, made up stories and played hide and seek. I ate what my mom made. I would think twice before I said "no" to my parents. Life wasn't hard, it was good & I survived. Kids these days are spoiled. Re-post this if you appreciate the way you were raised. I think we were happier kids.