“In the early 1980s, photographer Barbara Crane embarked on a photographic project shot during Chicago’s various summer festivals.
Armed with a Super Speed Graphic camera and Polaroid film, Crane waded in close to the revelers and focused on capturing the details of clothing and hairstyles, but most important, gesture.”
More vintage film shots via 01 Magazine
“The nation of Egypt has now embarked on a brave new beginning, achieved through passionate but peaceful demonstrations by people throughout the country. However, amidst scenes of celebration in Tahrir Square, sad news has emerged from the museum that is situated there.”
– Statues of Tutankhamun, Akhenaten and Nefertiti stolen from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo via The Eloquent Peasant. Sad news for Elizabeth Peters readers – what would Emerson and Peabody think?