liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste
“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.
Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”
Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011
[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

liquidnight:

Sebastian Liste

“Eight years ago sixty families occupied the “Galpao da Araujo Barreto”, an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Prior to establishing in this place, these families lived throughout the dangerous streets of the city. In 2003, these families came together to seize this deserted factory, which lay in ruins, and they transformed it into a home.

Here a boy drug dealer sells inside the chocolate factory. The levels of drug use and related violence are increasing among youths in the community.”

Salvador de Bahía, Brazil, 2009-2011

[via La Lettre de la Photographie]

Cite Arrow reblogged from liquidnight
Ohghod this stuff was so disappointing after reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. (It did not help that the first time I read the book I was young enough I thought it had something to do with “turkey.”)

stilllifequickheart:

Sian Hopkinson
Turkish Delight
21st century
Ohghod this stuff was so disappointing after reading The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. (It did not help that the first time I read the book I was young enough I thought it had something to do with “turkey.”)

stilllifequickheart:

Sian Hopkinson

Turkish Delight

21st century

Cite Arrow reblogged from stilllifequickheart
stilllifequickheart:

Josef Kern
Pink Poppy
2009 Cite Arrow reblogged from stilllifequickheart
liquidnight:

John Shearer
“A barred, broken window is testament to the level of violence after inmates took over Attica Prison charging inhumane conditions; riot police were sent in 4 days later resulting in 10 guards and workers being killed along with 29 inmates.”
New York, 1971
[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

liquidnight:

John Shearer

“A barred, broken window is testament to the level of violence after inmates took over Attica Prison charging inhumane conditions; riot police were sent in 4 days later resulting in 10 guards and workers being killed along with 29 inmates.”

New York, 1971

[From the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

Cite Arrow reblogged from liquidnight