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12 May 2018

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Depression-era billboards, Ohio Avenue Elementary School, Fukushima samurai, priorities and Adobe MAX 2018.

  • In Depression-Era Billboards Sold and Celebrated the 'American Way', Rian Dundon presents Farm Security Administration images by Dorothea Lange, John Vachon and others of the National Association of Manufacturers' campaign against Roosevelt and his New Deal.
  • Emily Jan presents 18 images by Maddie MacGarvey of The Students and Teachers Upending Traditional Approaches to Discipline at Ohio Avenue Elementary School in Columbus, Ohio.
  • In Preserving Their Identity as Fukushima Samurai, Remy Tumin talks to photographer Noriko Takasugi about "how a festival celebration allowed participants to balance the traditions of the past" with the uncertainty of the present in the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant meltdown.
  • In How I Spend My Time, Jim Kasson write, "You know how sometimes you wake up happy and don't know why? I do that when I'm in the middle of a photographic project." So he's going to make time "for more real photography."
  • Official registration for Adobe MAX 2018 in Los Angeles Oct. 15-17 is now open. This year, the lineup of luminary session speakers includes John Maeda, Jessica Hische, Adam J. Kurtz, Aaron Draplin, Annie Atkins, Gemma O’Brien, among others.

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