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Car Poolers 2011-2012.  Alejandro Cartagena

Spying on Mexico’s Carpoolers

Alejandro Cartagena did just that while working on a commission from a research in .

Alejandro Cartagena Captures Construction Workers In the Back of Trucks on Their Way to Work | Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

Alejandro Cartagena - Car pooling is a great way to not only decrease a dependency on public transit, but also a great way to spend time with others and Car Poolers by A.


Mexican Car Poolers – Les photographies d’Alejandro Cartagena

“Car Poolers”, photos by Alejandro Cartagena.

Alejandro Cartagena

The New Work by Alejandro Cartagena: Car Poolers Born in the Dominican Republic and currently residing in Monterrey, Mexico, the photographer Cartagena has found plenty of inspiration in those places.

<3 Canadian photographer Amy Friend has just created new work, as a continuation of her magical Dare alla Lucce series. Amy’s description: “Through hand-manipulated interventions I altered and subsequently re-photographed the images, 're-making' photographs that oscillate between what is present and what is absent."

Antique photographs gain a new kind of lively texture in this series, entitled Dare alla Luce. Canadian photographer Amy Friend collects the prints from a

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Car poolers photos by Alejandro Cartagena


nativelynative: “Alejandro Cartagena captured Mexican workers on their way to job sites in Car Poolers. This is such an amazing and simple photo series.

Car poolers photos by Alejandro Cartagena

Alejandro Cartagena

LE CONTAINER: Mexican workers crossing the border by Alejandro Cartagena dav.

Blue For Boys, Pink For Girls?

JeongMee Yoon's "The Pink and Blue Project" brings up the idea that companies market pink to girls and blue to boys. We don't realize the extent this happens until we group them all together as Yoon has done.

Stephen Gill, A Series of Disappointments

Stephen Gill, A Series of Disappointments

London 248   Born in Stockholm in 1944, Petersen is best known for his seminal book of intimate reportage, Café Lehmitz, which was first published in 1978 and is recognised as one of the classics of postwar European photography. For the Soho project, he spent just over three weeks in 2011 shooting in the neighbourhood. He began in March, when it was “too cold at night” and returned in June, when “it was the perfect mix of shop light and sunlight”

Anders Petersen's Soho - in pictures

Carpoolers: The Daily Commute Captured From Above

Not everyone's daily commute includes a comfortable air conditioned environment, morning talk radio and an office at the end.

Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii.I would love to go see this place one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Tropical Paradise ~Surfboards: Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii~ This is my home