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Even though the moment is often shared with fellow passengers, a glimpse into the celebrity's personal space holds endless fascination....

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Photographer Jamel Shabazz reflects on the lessons his father taught him, which proved true when he shot "Man & Dog" in 1980's NY. ...

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David Gahr photographed Patti Smith many times, and here is one of my favorites: an earlier and less well-known photo of Patti....

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With the launch of Google World Wonders, we're reminded again of the importance of preserving visual history and our magical Hulton Archive. ...

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Photographer Michael Putland walked in on David Bowie painting his home in 1972 and captured a brief glimpse of a life before stardom....

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We're thrilled to be featuring Lawrence Schiller's stunning photos of Marilyn Monroe, but we want to know: What does Marilyn mean to you?...

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By now, you've probably heard that Queen will be bringing back Freddie Mercury -- via optical illusion. What will he wear? Some inspiration:...

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Over 40 years of advertising shoots from the Tom Kelley studios in L.A. bring sun-kissed glamour and bold retro fashions to our archives....

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With Everclear's Art Alexakis turning 50 today, we look back at the bands that marked that post-Nirvanna period, from No Doubt to Blink 182....

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With Google and Corning imagining a future of glass (or glasses) we're pausing to reflect on what our forefathers thought of the road ahead....

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Photographer David Corio looks back at Dexys Midnight Runners (known for the often covered 'Come on Eileen') as they ready for a new release. ...

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Vibrant and colorful images depict American life between 1939-1944 -- rural living, agricultural labor and Americans on the home front during World War II, in particular....

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Mirsa stripes, Roberta di Camerino handbags: Vintage fashion is deliciously captured in our Archivio Cameraphoto Epoche collection. Enjoy......

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Marilyn's image is still so visible, so how to show another side, tell her story differently? Melanie Hough takes you inside the Gallery. ...

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