Kid Robocop, "Angels" & China: Daily Photo Feed 10/29
Posted by David Ozanich — 29 Oct 2010
- This kid's Robocop Halloween costume is making me super jealous. Many more pictures of his trip around Detroit are here. Via The Awl.
- Those precious white iPhone 4s I know you are so desperately craving are apparently being delayed because of light leaks in the camera.
- T Magazine: "Photography is relevant because it sits at the axis of true, false and fake,'' said Massimo Torrigiani, the Milan-based publisher and editor-at-large behind the year-old magazine Fantom.
- A brief theater break: Last night the first New York "revival of [Tony] Kushner's two-part masterwork" "Angels in America" opened. The review is here, a slide show of productions stills by Sara Krulwich is here.
- A look at Nadav Kander's Yangtze River:
Kander is a master of what might be called "epic stillness". His large-format camera takes in crowded cityscapes and intimate interiors; the empty, still, rural landscapes of the river's source and the scarred, desolate places where the pace of progress has been relentless and total.
- And finally, to all who celebrate, Happy Halloween! Here's a rare treat - KISS performing on the "Paul Lynde Halloween Special." Two great tastes, together at last!