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Ants On a Lollipop

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Heavy Metal: Photos of the Notting Hill Carnival Sound Systems

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In the restless hours before the influx of visitors to the 2004 Notting Hill Carnival, Brian David Stevens photographs the sound systems that line the city streets. In black and white, they stand like architectural monuments, mammoth magnets to which hoards of people might be pulled at any moment. Alone, these stark objects foretell the upcoming street carnival, which is the largest in Europe.

Cocktail Hour: Singapore Sling with Dragon Fruit

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Candy Assortment

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Photos Reveal the Bathtub of a 72-Year-Old Hoarder

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For George’s Bath, photographer Corinna Kern focuses her lens on the unassuming bathtub of George Fowler, a 72-year-old man struggling with compulsive hoarding. After befriending him at an eviction resistance event and discovering that he had lived as a squatter in the 1970s, Kern stayed with Fowler for two months, and each day she witnessed the shocking versatility of his bathtub. Sequestered from the chaos that permeates the rest of the large home, the small tub had been transformed into an unlikely site of household order, where everything from dishes to clothes are carefully cleansed and tidied.

Cocktail Hour: Blue Hawaii

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Take In the Trash: Photographer Bruce Peterson Turns Rubbish Into Art

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With a careful eye for detail and form, Boston-based still life photographer Bruce Peterson composes magnetic black and white images from trash. Configuring plastic shopping bags, bubble wrap, and bottle caps into stark, silhouetted figures, he transforms the debris of our consumerist culture into something elegant and hypnotic.

Cocktail Hour: Draft Beer and Bacon Crisps

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Cherry Bombe Creative Director Claudia Wu Curates Our Latest Offset Show of Fashionable Food

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Known for it’s original and fashion-forward aesthetic, Cherry Bombe magazine is like a cross between Vogue and Bon Appétit. A food magazine by women for women, the biannual Cherry Bombe was founded by Claudia Wu and Kerry Diamond in 2013 after meeting at Harper’s Bazaar. Driven by a passion for food and style, the magazine speaks to women at the forefront of the foodie scene, showcasing the work of chefs and businesswomen. With the help of innovative food writers and photographers, Cherry Bombe has carved a unique place for itself as a leading independent food publication characterized by bold imagery.

Psychedelic Photos Reveal What Your Favorite Cocktail Looks Like Under a Microscope

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With the help of polarized light microscope, research scientist Michael Davidson and entrepreneur Lester Hutt transform cocktails into fine art. Their unique company, Bevshots, specializes in printing microscopic images of wines, ales, and mixed drinks onto clothing, bar accessories, and home decor products, including metallic prints and canvases. Each stunning abstraction is created from a drop of an alcoholic beverage, crystallized on a glass slide and magnified up to one thousand times.