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A signed and editioned 24x30 inch print of this image from By The Olive Trees is up for auction to support A Photo A Day. Only one day left, so take a look at it here and the other amazing images being sold to support a great community. 

A signed and editioned 24x30 inch print of this image from By The Olive Trees is up for auction to support A Photo A Day. Only one day left, so take a look at it here and the other amazing images being sold to support a great community. 

Enterprise was out of normal cars so I had to rent a Ford F-150. Like a man. Now who wants to watch football, go hunting, fight immigration reform or hunt for Obama’s REAL birth certificate with me!?!

Photo by @jaustinwright  (at I-15 Utah)

Enterprise was out of normal cars so I had to rent a Ford F-150. Like a man. Now who wants to watch football, go hunting, fight immigration reform or hunt for Obama’s REAL birth certificate with me!?!

Photo by @jaustinwright (at I-15 Utah)

this-represents:

Some of the This Represents gang got together last night to play some ping pong, catch up, and pose awkwardly for the camera. @day19 @laurejoliet @benjaminras @ambervisionaire @nicholasmaggio @aaronfarley @claireweiss left before things got weird. With us in spirit were @nomadda @winniewow @leonfamilytimes @misterhouser #thisrepresents

So great hanging with my This Represents family!

this-represents:

Some of the This Represents gang got together last night to play some ping pong, catch up, and pose awkwardly for the camera. @day19 @laurejoliet @benjaminras @ambervisionaire @nicholasmaggio @aaronfarley @claireweiss left before things got weird. With us in spirit were @nomadda @winniewow @leonfamilytimes @misterhouser #thisrepresents

So great hanging with my This Represents family!
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lovebryan:

Our pal Philip Montgomery shot a story in Ferguson last week for Bloomberg Businessweek.

Philip creating some really powerful work.

lovebryan:

Our pal Philip Montgomery shot a story in Ferguson last week for Bloomberg Businessweek.

Philip creating some really powerful work.


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Michael Rubenstein for Minoux Jewelry
Michael Rubenstein just launched a beautiful new website with some great work I have never seen before. Definitely check it out!
http://www.mrubenstein.com

Michael Rubenstein for Minoux Jewelry


Michael Rubenstein just launched a beautiful new website with some great work I have never seen before. Definitely check it out!

http://www.mrubenstein.com

Marcus Quattlebaum, 22 from Atlanta, GA
"We came to support the cause and make sure that everybody has a T-shirt. Visuals are the best way to learn something and I think that these say a lot. ‘Hands up! Don’t Shoot.’ $10, all sizes."
Ferguson, MO (2014)
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Marcus Quattlebaum, 22 from Atlanta, GA

"We came to support the cause and make sure that everybody has a T-shirt. Visuals are the best way to learn something and I think that these say a lot. ‘Hands up! Don’t Shoot.’ $10, all sizes."

Ferguson, MO (2014)

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mossfull:

Benjamin Rasmussen went to Ferguson.

More of my images from Ferguson. Thanks to the Mossless crew for the support!

A rose to commemorate Mike Brown that was carried by Melissa Miller, 20 from Ferguson
“I don’t feel like this has anything to do with race, it is about police abusing their power. Did you leave your tazer at home? Is that why you are shooting us? And if you have rubber bullets, why didn’t you use them on Mike? That would have taken him down just as well as a bullet.
When you don’t know history, you always repeat it. This is like the stuff that I have learned in history about what happened to our people. And to be living it again asks did it ever go away? It is really sad to be living what I learned.”

A rose to commemorate Mike Brown that was carried by Melissa Miller, 20 from Ferguson

“I don’t feel like this has anything to do with race, it is about police abusing their power. Did you leave your tazer at home? Is that why you are shooting us? And if you have rubber bullets, why didn’t you use them on Mike? That would have taken him down just as well as a bullet.

When you don’t know history, you always repeat it. This is like the stuff that I have learned in history about what happened to our people. And to be living it again asks did it ever go away? It is really sad to be living what I learned.”

Mia Wilson, 24 from St. Louis

"I am wearing my Mike B shirt. I have been out every night. It has been hard, because I got tear gassed. But I put that behind and come out and show love and support for Mike B."

Part of the project that I shot in Ferguson, MO is online now over at Bloomberg Businessweek. Take a look at it here: http://images.businessweek.com/photos/2014-08-22/from-the-streets-of-ferguson-portraits-of-defiance#slide1

Mia Wilson, 24 from St. Louis

"I am wearing my Mike B shirt. I have been out every night. It has been hard, because I got tear gassed. But I put that behind and come out and show love and support for Mike B."

Part of the project that I shot in Ferguson, MO is online now over at Bloomberg Businessweek. Take a look at it here: http://images.businessweek.com/photos/2014-08-22/from-the-streets-of-ferguson-portraits-of-defiance#slide1
Meldon Moffitt – 42 from #Ferguson, MO 

"Last night was a peaceful protest, but somehow these officers feel like they have to control what are doing peacefully and they moved in on us.  They arrested me, put me to the ground and put these wire handcuffs on me. They took me to the command center up by the Target and let me sit in the van for at least two hours with some other guys that they arrested.  I got out by about 4 this morning. I haven’t been home, I haven’t had a wink of sleep and I am not going anywhere. I am going to be here until I hear that word, ‘Guilty’."

Part of the project that I shot in Ferguson, MO is online now over at Bloomberg Businessweek. Take a look at it here: http://images.businessweek.com/photos/2014-08-22/from-the-streets-of-ferguson-portraits-of-defiance#slide1

Meldon Moffitt – 42 from #Ferguson, MO

"Last night was a peaceful protest, but somehow these officers feel like they have to control what are doing peacefully and they moved in on us. They arrested me, put me to the ground and put these wire handcuffs on me. They took me to the command center up by the Target and let me sit in the van for at least two hours with some other guys that they arrested. I got out by about 4 this morning. I haven’t been home, I haven’t had a wink of sleep and I am not going anywhere. I am going to be here until I hear that word, ‘Guilty’."

Part of the project that I shot in Ferguson, MO is online now over at Bloomberg Businessweek. Take a look at it here: http://images.businessweek.com/photos/2014-08-22/from-the-streets-of-ferguson-portraits-of-defiance#slide1