We leave things, and maybe, they leave us, too, on streets, waiting on sidewalks, forgotten and far from shiny, set aside in corners.
Two years ago, on 12th January 2010, one of the most severe earthquakes recorded in history shook the country of Haiti resulting in over 300,000 victims. Almost immediately, the efforts of the international community by way of donations and relief supplies reached the island nation.
Rocked by scandal, can Japan’s most traditional sport keep up with the times?
Are photography books truly losing the battle against digital media? Can’t paper & digital complement each other?
How much of history do we remember? As a philosopher once said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”.
Print is Dead. But is it? Would you be interested in a print version of Aksgar?