Beirut by Don McCullin, 1976

The photo above taken by Don McCullin shows the grim absurdity of war and culture of fear, generational trauma, machismo, pretense, and inhumanity that envelopes it.

Dresden, 1945

Over 2 days in February 1945, 3,900 tons of explosives were dropped over Dresden. Thirteen square miles and 100,000+ civilians were annihilated. Richard Peter explored the city devastated by the firebombing.

The Marlboro Man

He was the Most Influential Man Who Never Lived.  Though there were many Marlboro Man […]

Pablo Escobar Dead

Members of Colonel Martinez’s Search Bloc celebrate over Pablo Escobar’s body on December 2, 1993, in a photograph taken by DEA agent Steve Murphy.