The glowing firefly squid of Toyama, Japan 画
Glass Beach is a protected beach, but not for its natural beauty. Located just outside of Fort Bragg, California it became an illegal dumping ground for residents in the late nineteenth century who lacked any kind of refuse pickup. It wasn’t until 1967 that the illegal dump was finally closed by city leaders and the local water board. The beach was cleaned of large refuse, but small pieces of glass and plastic that had been worn down by the elements remain, giving the beach its name and its unusual beauty.
A.F. Vandevorst installation for Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011
A girl sleeping on a hospital bed in an A.F. Vandevorst dress. But the girl, as well as the mattress and pillow are made out of candle wax. Once lit, a once perfect image slowly melted and perished during the biennale.
This iconic picture of Marilyn was taken by Philippe Halsman, 1952.