This Artist Recreates John Wick Scenes With Miniature Figures

According to Anindo Rudro: “My name is Anindo Rudro from Chittagong, Bangladesh. I’ve been doing miniature photography for about 5 years now. I’ve seen so many miniature photographs which are done by high-end light setups and cameras.

People always think about buying them but can’t afford them. They think it’s impossible to gain the same output without this high-end equipment. And from the very beginning, I tried to create the same output with low budget gear.

Everyone loves Keanu Reeves! so do I! And who doesn’t love his movie, John Wick!

So I decided to give him a little tribute by recreating some scenes in this photo series about his iconic character known as John Wick with my action figures.”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/this-artist-recreates-john-wick-scenes-with-miniature-figures/

Beautiful Photos of Sakura Blooming in Japan by Hidenobu Suzuki

Spring is the best season to visit Japan. You will be surprised to see the beauty of its nature. It is full of blooming trees and that for sure is a breathtaking view. I photographed this mesmerizing season of cherry blossoming. It truly looks like a dream.

“My photographs are like Japanese paintings. Japanese have been expressing emotions and spiritual feelings through the landscape for hundreds of years. I hope my landscape photography can heal people and lead them to harmony. I challenge myself to capture emotions with my camera and convey peace and tranquility to people that will stay in their mind,” – Hidenobu Suzuki.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/beautiful-photos-of-sakura-blooming-in-japan-by-hidenobu-suzuki/

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2021 World Press Photo Contest

The World Press Photo Foundation is proud to present the category winners of the 2021 World Press Photo Contests, selected by an independent jury. The annual World Press Photo Contest rewards the best visual journalism of the past year in eight categories: Contemporary Issues, Environment, General News, Long-Term Projects, Nature, Portraits, Sports and Spot News.


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by John Minchillo, Associated Press, part of a series titled Minneapolis Unrest: The George Floyd Aftermath, which won third prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Protesters raise their fists in defiance outside a burning fast-food restaurant near the precinct station of the officers who arrested Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on May 29, 2020. (Photo by John Minchillo, Associated Press, World Press Photo via AP Photo)

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In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Laurence Geai, part of a series titled Pandemic in France, which won the third prize in the General News Stories category, shows A morgue employee transports a coffin from the fifth floor of an apartment block, in the Parisian suburb of Pantin, on April 23, 2020. (Photo by Laurence Geai, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Ezra Acayan for Getty Images, part of a series titled Taal Volcano Eruption, which won second prize in the Nature Stories category, shows A resident of Talisay in Batangas washes down a car, which is covered in volcanic ash mixed with rain, as Taal Volcano erupts, Batangas, Philippines, on Jan. 12, 2020. (Photo by Ezra Acayan for Getty Images, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by John Minchillo, Associated Press, part of a series titled Minneapolis Unrest: The George Floyd Aftermath, which won third prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Police fire tear gas on demonstrators at the intersection of East Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue in St Paul, Minnesota, USA, on May 29, 2020, near the precinct station of the officers who arrested George Floyd. (Photo by John Minchillo, Associated Press, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Adam Pretty, Getty Images, titled Log Pile Bouldering, which won first prize in the Sports Singles category, shows Georg climbs a log pile while training for bouldering, in Kochel am See, Bavaria, Germany, on Sept. 15, 2020. (Photo by Adam Pretty, Getty Images, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Jasper Doest, part of a series titled Pandemic Pigeons – A Love Story, which won first prize in the Nature Stories category, shows Ollie flies through the living room, after knocking over toys, in Vlaardingen, the Netherlands, on 30 April 2020. (Photo by Jasper Doest, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Fereshteh Eslahi, Podium Photos, titled Thoughts of Flight, part of a series which won third prize in the Sports Stories category, shows Saeed Ramin, a professional traceur (practitioner of parkour) enjoys time with friends at Kosar Dam Lake, near Gachsaran, Iran, on Sept. 9, 2020. (Photo by Fereshteh Eslahi, Podium Photos, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Tomasz Markowski, titled Tour of Poland Cycling Crash, which won third prize in the Sports Singles category, shows Dutch cyclist, Dylan Groenewegen (left), crashes meters before the finish line, after colliding with fellow countryman Fabio Jakobsen during the first stage of the Tour of Poland, in Katowice, Poland, on August 5, 2020. (Photo by Tomasz Markowski, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Gabriele Galimberti for National Geographic, part of a series titled The “Ameriguns” which won first prize in the Portraits Stories category, shows Torrell Jasper (35) poses with his firearms in the backyard of his house in Schriever, Louisiana, USA, on April 14, 2019. A former US Marine, he learned to shoot from his father as a child. (Photo by Gabriele Galimberti for National Geographic, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by John Minchillo, Associated Press, part of a series titled Minneapolis Unrest: The George Floyd Aftermath, which won third prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Protesters and residents watch as police in riot gear walk down a residential street, in St Paul, Minnesota, USA, on May 28, 2020. (Photo by John Minchillo, Associated Press, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Jaime Culebras titled New Life, which won third prize in the Nature Singles category, shows The eggs of a Wiley’s glass frog, Nymphargus wileyi, hang on the tip of a leaf in Tropical Andean cloud forest, near the Yanayacu Biological Station, Napo, Ecuador, on July 25, 2020. (Photo by Jaime Culebras, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Ami Vitale for CNN, titled Rescue of Giraffes from Flooding Island, which won the first prize in the Nature Singles category, shows A Rothschild’s giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi) is transported to safety in a custom-built barge from a flooded Longicharo Island, Lake Baringo, in western Kenya, on Dec. 3, 2020. (Photo by Ami Vitale for CNN, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by John Minchillo, Associated Press, part of a series titled Minneapolis Unrest: The George Floyd Aftermath, which won third prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Protesters join arms in defiance during a demonstration outside the burning Minneapolis Police Department 3rd Precinct building, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, on 28 May 2020. (Photo by John Minchillo, Associated Press, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Joshua Irwandi, titled The Human Cost of COVID-19, which won the second prize in the General News Singles category, shows The body of a suspected coronavirus victim, wrapped in yellow infectious-waste plastic, lies awaiting a body bag, in a hospital in Indonesia, on April, 18, 2020. (Photo by Joshua Irwandi, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Mads Nissen, Politiken, Panos Pictures, which won the World Press Photo of the Year award, and the first prize in the General News Singles category, titled The First Embrace, shows Rosa Luzia Lunardi (85) embraced by nurse Adriana Silva da Costa Souza, at Viva Bem care home, Sao Paulo, Brazil, on August 5, 2020. (Photo by Mads Nissen, Politiken, Panos Pictures, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Jeremy Lempin, Divergence-Images, titled Doctor Peyo and Mister Hassen, which won second prize in the Contemporary Issues category, shows Marion (24), who has metastatic cancer, embraces her son Ethan (7) in the presence of Peyo, a horse used in animal-assisted therapy, in the Selene Palliative Care Unit at the Centre Hospitalier de Calais, in Calais, France, on 30 November 2020. (Photo by Jeremy Lempin, Divergence-Images, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Nuno Andre Ferreira, Agencia Lusa, titled Forest Fire, which won third prize in the Spot News Singles category, shows A child sits inside a car close by a forest fire in Oliveira de Frades, Portugal, on Sept. 7, 2020. (Photo by Nuno Andre Ferreira, Agencia Lusa, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, part of a series titled Port Explosion in Beirut, which won first prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows An injured man stands near the site of a massive explosion in the port of Beirut, Lebanon, while firefighters work to put out the fires that engulfed the warehouses after the explosion, on August 4, 2020. (Photo by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Chris Donovan, part of a series titled Those Who Stay Will Be Champions which won first prize in the Sports Stories category, shows Jaguars player D’Angelo Mays plays with a basketball in his bedroom at home, on Feb. 27, 2020. (Photo by Chris Donovan, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Ciril Jazbec for National Geographic, titled One Way to Fight Climate Change: Make Your Own Glaciers, which won the second prize in the Environment Stories category, shows the youth group that built this ice stupa in the village of Gya installed a café in its base in India, March 19, 2019. They used the proceeds to take the village elders on a pilgrimage. (Photo by Ciril Jazbec for National Geographic, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, part of a series titled Port Explosion in Beirut, which won first prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Abdullah Dalloul walks in the ruins of his former home on August 14, 2020, which was destroyed by the blast in the port of Beirut, Lebanon. Following the explosion, he and his family squatted in the damaged building with no water or electricity. (Photo by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Luis Tato for The Washington Post, part of a series titled Locust Invasion in East Africa which won third prize in the Nature Stories category, shows Henry Lenayasa, chief of the settlement of Archers Post, in Samburu County, Kenya, tries to scare away a massive swarm of locusts ravaging grazing area, on 24 April 2020. Locust swarms devastated large areas of land, just as the coronavirus outbreak had begun to disrupt livelihoods. (Photo by Luis Tato for The Washington Post, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, part of a series titled Port Explosion in Beirut, which won first prize in the Spot News Stories category, shows Firefighters work to put out the fires that engulfed warehouses in Beirut, Lebanon, on August 4, 2020, after a massive explosion in the port. Up to ten firefighters died in the blast. (Photo by Lorenzo Tugnoli, Contrasto, for The Washington Post, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


In this image released by World Press Photo, Thursday April 15, 2021, by Vaghinak Ghazaryan, tittle Resting Soldier, which won the third prize in the Contemporary Issues Singles category shows a soldier who lies in a trench, resting on a plastic cover, in the northeastern part of Syunik, Nerkin Khndzoresk, Armenia, on 31 October 2020. (Photo by Vaghinak Ghazaryan, World Press Photo via AP Photo)


Spot news – first prize, singles. Emancipation Memorial Debate. Anais, 26, who wants to remove the Emancipation statue in Lincoln Park in Washington DC, argues with a man who wants to keep it, on 25 June 2020. Critics say the Emancipation Memorial – which shows Lincoln holding a copy of the emancipation proclamation as an African American man in a loincloth kneels at his feet – is demeaning in its depiction of African Americans. The drive to remove the statue comes amid a wave of calls to take down monuments of Confederate generals. (Photo by Evelyn Hockstein for The Washington Post/World Press Photo 2021)


Contemporary issues – first prize, singles. Yemen: Hunger, Another War Wound. Fatima and her son prepare a fishing net in Khor Omeira Bay, Yemen, on 12 February 2020. Fatima has nine children. To provide for them, she makes a living from fishing. Although her village was devastated by armed conflict in Yemen, Fatima returned to resume her livelihood, buying a boat with money she earned selling fish. The conflict – between Houthi Shia Muslim rebels and a Sunni Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia – dates from 2014, and has led to what Unicef has termed the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. (Photo by Pablo Tosco/World Press Photo 2021)


World Press Photo of the Year nominee. The Transition: Ignat. Ignat, a transgender man, sits with his girlfriend, Maria, in St Petersburg, Russia, on 23 April 2020. (Photo by Oleg Ponomarev/World Press Photo 2021)


Environment – first prize, stories. Pantanal Ablaze. Firefighters combat a fire at the São Francisco de Perigara farm, which is home to one of the largest populations of hyacinth macaws (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) in the world. About 95% of the farm area, mostly dedicated to preservation, was destroyed by the fires. In 2020 the Pantanal faced the largest destruction by burning in its history. From January to October, fires burned 4.2m hectares of the Pantanal, which corresponds to 28% of the entire biome, killing a vast amount of the region’s wildlife. (Photo by Lalo de Almeida/World Press Photo 2021)


Contemporary issues – first prize, stories. Sakhawood. Twins Semyon and Stepan perform in the roles of dulgancha, mythical swamp creatures, in The Old Beyberikeen with Five Cows, in Sakha, Russia, on 9 August 2019. It is the first experience of participation in cinema for them. They travelled from their small village a few hundred kilometres away. (Photo by Alexey Vasilyev/World Press Photo 2021)


World Press Photo of the Year nominee. Leaving Home in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azat Gevorkyan and his wife, Anaik, are pictured before leaving their home on 28 November 2020 in Lachin, Nagorno-Karabakh, the final district to be returned to Azerbaijani control following the second Nagorno-Karabakh war. (Photo by Valeriy Melnikov/World Press Photo 2021)


Environment – first prize, singles. California Sea Lion Plays with Mask. A curious California sea lion swims towards a face mask at the Breakwater dive site in Monterey, California, on 19 November 2020. California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) are playful animals, native to western North America. With Covid-19 lockdowns in place across California, outdoor and natural beauty spots with plenty of wildlife became a popular focus for local travel. (Photo by Ralph Pace/World Press Photo 2021)


World Press Photo Story of the Year. Habibi. The dress and shoes of the prisoner Nael al-Barghouthi in his bedroom in Kobar, Palestine, in August 2015. His wife, Iman, keeps all her husband’s clothes, shoes and items in their home. Nael was arrested on 4 April 1978 after carrying out a commando operation in which one Israeli was killed. Released during Shalit’s agreement between Hamas and Israel in 2011, he has been arrested again and sentenced to life imprisonment. He has spent 41 years in prison and is the longest-serving Palestinian inmate in Israeli jails. Items left behind by inmates allow us to perceive the absence of men and to understand the emptiness they left in the life of their family members. (Photo by Antonio Faccilongo/World Press Photo 2021)


Spot news – second prize, singles. Waiting for Release at a Temporary Detention Center in Belarus. Olga Sieviaryniec waits for her husband, Paval, outside a detention centre in Minsk, Belarus, on 22 July 2020. Paval Sieviaryniec had been held on remand since 7 June, and his family had learned he was about to be released. Olga waited outside the prison for two hours, but Paval was not freed. Paval Sieviaryniec is a Christian Democrat politician and a well-known political activist. He is one of the founders of Youth Front, a youth movement supporting civil society, and was arrested while collecting signatures in support of candidates to stand against President Alexander Lukashenko in his bid for a sixth consecutive term in office. (Photo by Nadia Buzhan/World Press Photo 2021)


Portraits, first prize – Stories. The “Ameriguns”. Robert Baldwin Jr stands in his secret gunroom, behind a one-way mirror in his home in Las Vegas, Nevada, on 16 April 2019. His girlfriend, Tori, sits at the table. “I like to give myself a gun as a gift to mark important moments, like Christmas or my birthday”. It’s a family tradition. When he turned six, his father gave him his first .22-calibre rifle and taught him how to use it. “He used to shoot for fun. He was a hunter, and he wanted to bring me along, to forge a special bond. He succeeded”. (Photo by Gabriele Galimberti/World Press Photo 2021)


Nature – first prize, stories. Pandemic Pigeons – A Love Story. The photographer’s daughter, Merel, cowers after Dollie flies past and perches on the balcony before entering the house in Vlaardingen in the Netherlands on 6 April 2020. “She’s still frightened when Dollie suddenly lands on the balcony railing. I hide my smile behind the camera, as I try to comfort her by saying they won’t hurt you. “I thought he was going to attack me”, she replies. As the nesting pigeons keep coming back to our place, slowly my girls have started to appreciate them – perhaps not as much as I do, but it’s a start”. (Photo by Jasper Doest/World Press Photo 2021)

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/spectacular-winning-images-of-the-2021-world-press-photo-contest/

The ’80s Hairdos: One of the Sexiest Hairstyles of All Time

Hairstyles in the 1980s included the mullet, tall mohawk hairstyles, jheri curls, flattops, and hi-top fades, which became popular styles.

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Amongst women, large hair-dos, puffed-up styles, permanent waves, and softer cuts typified the decade. Big hair that was “often permed to achieve the desired volume” is especially associated with women of the mid 1980s as well as male rockstars of that era, especially of the glam metal genre.

Television shows such as Dynasty helped popularize the high volume bouffant and glamorous image associated with it.





































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/the-80s-hairdos-one-of-the-sexiest-hairstyles-of-all-time/

Romantic Photos of the ’60s Couples

The 1960s that brought us the beats and the hippies, the mods and the peaceniks, was just as diverse in fashion as its social chaos might imply.

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In the 1960s, getting dressed, like doing pretty much anything else, was a tug-of-war between old and new. No one knew quite who she wanted to be, and the styles of the time reflect that.

Prim-and-proper ‘50s dames shook hesitant hands with their groovier proto-’70s counterparts, and the results — well, intoxicating. Keep the best of the old and wed it to the new. 1960s outfits were a glorious mash of growing pains.



























SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/romantic-photos-of-the-60s-couples/

Stunning Black and White Photos of Chicago in 1988

“A look at a man plunged into a rugged city in the diversity of his urbanism” is how the sociologist and historian Henri Peretz describes Chicago.

“Chicago’s urban landscape is very particular, changing at every turn, sometimes monumental and majestic, sometimes dark and lugubrious,” says Peretz. “The city is flat, the skyscrapers are visible from everywhere. In the loop, the metro is omnipresent because it is airy. The variety of habitat is also impressive. The contrast between the modern city center, the chic suburbs, and the poor neighborhoods was and remains striking.”

Taken by Gil Rigoulet, Chicago 1988 was commissioned by French daily newspaper Le Monde.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/stunning-black-and-white-photos-of-chicago-in-1988/

30 Inspiring Photos From One Eyeland 2020 Awards

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year – Gold

One Eyeland Awards is delighted to unveil its winners for 2020. Adjudged by a jury of 25 eminent artists, the awards this year received over 3100 images from 51 countries. In all, our choosy judges decided to give out 30 Camera Trophies, 42 Golds, 134 Silvers, 231 Bronzes and 219 Finalists.

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Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year – Silver

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year – Bronze

Judith Kuhn, Amateur Photographer of the Year – Gold

Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year Australia – Gold

Mathias Kniepeiss, Photographer of the Year Austia – Gold

Cheuk Lun Lo, Photographer of the Year China – Gold

Pavel Hejny, Photographer of the Year Czech Republic – Gold

Mortek Rygaard, Photographer of the Year Denmark – Gold

Kevin Krautgartner, Photographer of the Year Germany – Gold

Kenneth Lam, Photographer of the Year Hongkong – Gold

Ryotaro Horiuchi, Photographer of the Year Japan – Gold

Stephan Romer, Photographer of the Year Newzealand – Gold

Tomasz Gudzowaty, Photographer of the Year Poland – Gold

Alexander Vershinin, Photographer of the Year Russia – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year Singapore – Gold

Jorge Alvarino, Photographer of the Year Spain – Gold

Charit Pusiri, Photographer of the Year Thailand – Gold

Jonathan Knowles, Photographer of the Year United Kingdom – Gold

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year United States – Gold

Danny Eastwood, Photographer of the Year Advertising – Gold

Tomasz Gudzowaty, Photographer of the Year Editorial – Gold

Derek Mccoy, Photographer of the Year Editorial – Gold

Alexander Vershinin, Photographer of the Year FineArt – Gold

Ivan Duran, Photographer of the Year FineArt – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year Nature – Gold

Nancy Flammea, Photographer of the Year People – Gold

Chin Leong Teo, Photographer of the Year People – Gold

Craig Bill, Photographer of the Year Special – Gold

Steve Turner, Photographer of the Year Sports – Gold

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/30-inspiring-photos-from-one-eyeland-2020-awards/

“Shadows”: Winners & Merit Awards Of AAP Magazine’s Photo Contest

1st Place ($500 Cash Prize) – Oliver Stegmann, Switzerland

Here are the winners and merits awards of All About Photo’s “Shadow” Photo Contest. Photographers from around the world can submit their work on the All About Photo Website. For this contest, the first prize goes to Oliver Stegmann from Switzerland he won a $500 cash prize.

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2nd Place ($300 Cash Prize) – George Mayer, Russian Federation

3rd Place ($200 Cash Prize) – Guido Klumpe, Germany

Merit Award – Shawna Gibbs, United States

Merit Award – Aashish Kaul, United States

Merit Award – Wendy Stone, United States

Merit Award – Cuneyt Gumushaneli, Turkey

Merit Award – Andrea Künstle, Germany

Merit Award – Telona, Czech Republic

Merit Award – Mireia Vilaplana, United Arab Emirates

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/shadows-winners-merit-awards-of-aap-magazines-photo-contest/

“Rite of Passage”: Striking Vintage Photos of Florida Spring Break in the ‘80s

The traditional Spring Break is an entirely American tradition, a purge of pure hedonism before returning to student life. A tradition which has alcohol, music, sex and vigor at its core.

“We really didn’t have many of those in our culture now, in modern America,” explains Keith McManus. “One of the things people might consider a rite of passage was this spring break thing. It’s not very profound as an activity, but… if that’s what you got, that’s what you do.”

In his collection, which he called Rite of Passage, McManus captures the fervor and ferocity of a bustling youth moment during one of the most decadent decades—the “me, me, me” 1980s. It’s a time capsule piece and works as a flash of the hyper-sexualized and electric scene McManus found himself surrounded by in Florida, the ever holy grail location of Spring Break parties.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/rite-of-passage-striking-vintage-photos-of-florida-spring-break-in-the-80s/

Playful Pictures of Marilyn Monroe Having Breakfast in Bed, 1953

Marilyn Monroe having breakfast in bed at the Bel Air hotel in Los Angeles, 1953. She was photographed by Andre de Dienes during the filming of How To Marry a Millionaire.

Andre de Dienes was the first photographer to photograph the young Norma Jeane in 1945 as a professional model. They were engaged in 1946 and he photographed her off and on through 1953.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/marilyn-monroe-having-breakfast-in-bed-1953/