Rick Poynor

Rick Poynor

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La mostra delle atrocità, Italian translation of The Atrocity Exhibition, published by Feltrinelli, Milan, 2014. Art director: Cristiano Guerri. Illustration: Vincenza Peschechera

La mostra delle atrocità, Italian translation of The Atrocity Exhibition, published by Feltrinelli, Milan, 2014. Art director: Cristiano Guerri. Illustration: Vincenza Peschechera

Crash, a graphic adaptation by Sanyú of a fragment of J.G. Ballard's Crash, published in Fierro magazine, Argentina, 1991

Crash, a graphic adaptation by Sanyú of a fragment of J. Ballard's Crash, published in Fierro magazine, Argentina, 1991

Spread from Fabrik, a photobook by Jak Tuggener, published by Rotapfel-Verlag, Switzerland, 1943. Source: actung-photography. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-pages-from-fabrik-by-jak-tuggener/38880/

Jakob Tuggener’s 1943 book ‘Fabrik: Ein Bildepos der Technik’

Rue du Temple, 3rd arrondissement, Paris by Gail Albert Halaban, 2014. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-rue-du-temple-paris-by-gail-albert-halaban/38864/

Photo credit: Gail Albert-Halaban Rue Du Temple, Paris, Le 17 Mars, 2013 A Photographer’s Voyeuristic Photos of a Paris Neighborhood Captured During Sleepless Nights

Brodsky, Tie Seller, Paris, c. 1935. Photographer unknown. Collection: Michel Frizot. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-brodsky-the-tie-seller-in-paris/38843/

Exposure: Brodsky, the Tie Seller in Paris: Design Observer

Lens of Sutton bookshop after closure, by Lloyd Rich, late 1970s. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-lens-bookshop-in-sutton-by-lloyd-rich/38831/

Exposure: Lens bookshop in Sutton photographed by Lloyd Rich

Luigi Russolo and Ugo Piatti with noise machines, Milan, 1913. Reproduced in L’Arte dei rumori (The Art of Noises), 1916. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-luigi-russolos-noise-machines/38820/

Luigi Russolo and Ugo Piatti with noise machines, Milan, Reproduced in L’Arte dei rumori (The Art of Noises), 1916

Io + gatto (Cat + I) by Wanda Wulz, 1932. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-cat-and-i-by-wanda-wulz/38801/

Wanda Wulz, Io + Gatto (self-portrait), Italy. One of the most famous double exposures in the history of photography, she combined her cat Pippo with her own image.

Untitled, Berlin by Wolfgang Zurborn, 2001. See the Exposure column at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-berlin-scene-by-wolfgang-zurborn/38780/

Exposure: Berlin scene photographed by Wolfgang Zurborn: Design Observer

Quang Ngai, Vietnam by Philip Jones Griffiths, 1967. See the Exposure at Design Observer. http://designobserver.com/feature/exposure-mother-and-child-by-philip-jones-griffiths/38770/

This was a village a few miles from My Lai. It was a routine operation - troops were on a typical “ search and destroy” mission. After finding and killing men in hiding, the women and children were rounded up. All bunkers where.