The story behind the iconic Mick Jagger’s tongue photo revealed
The Mick Jagger’s tongue photo is one of the most popular images of the Rolling Stones musician. It has been captured in the early 1970s by Richard Crawley. About 40 years after the event, the photographer has decided to tell the story behind the shot, which almost did not happen, as he has had to overcome multiple obstacles.
JFK’s life remembered through rare Jacques Lowe photographs
Fifty years have passed since President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Jacques Lowe’s iconic images of JFK’s life have now been pulled from the 9/11 ashes, to be given back to the American history. The “Creating Camelot” exhibition premieres at the Newseum today, on view through January 5, 2014.
The presidency of George W. Bush in images
One of the most popular of all photographic subjects, if not the most, the portrait is appealing to amateurs and professionals alike. What happens if the subject at hand is not your grandma or your new born child, but one of the most powerful men in the world, the President of the United States?
Classic album covers recreated for ESPN Music Issue
ESPN and photographer Matthias Clamer teamed up for a project that brought classic album covers back in the spotlight with the help of 14 of the most popular athletes today. The stars became famous pop icons for a day, in faithfully imitating the artists for a pictorial which will be seen in the new Music Issue of ESPN The Magazine.
The “Steven Tyler Act” might ban paparazzi in Hawaii
The “Steven Tyler Act” is a law proposed by Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler that will protect celebrities and not only, from paparazzi and will allow them to sue the photographers whenever they believe their intimacy was invaded.
Best photobombs from Barack Obama’s second inauguration
Barack Obama was re-inaugurated as the President of the United States. The ceremony took place Monday, January 21st, at the United States Capitol building. Even though it was supposed to be a serious event, the inauguration was full of photobombs from people like Bill Clinton and the President’s daughter.