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Kevin Russ on Society6.

I absolutely love Kevin Russ’s photography and I absolutely love that his photographs are available as prints, phone cases and more in his Society6 Online Store.

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“I always believed that when you follow your heart or your gut, when you really follow the things that feel great to you, you can never lose, because settling is the worst feeling in the world.” - Rihanna ~~~~~~~~~~

Vitamin C Baby 🍊🍋| Finally got around to shooting some looks in my new cargo fatigue pants. Lately I have became infatuated with creating tomboy x sexy looks to prepare for summer ‘17. What do Hot Boys, Freaknik and my childhood have in common?………….Inspiration for the looks I will be serving this summer ( Cash Money Taking Over for the ‘99 and ‘00s). These pants were a bit big in the waist area but they have toggles that can cinch in, but I would definitely recommend sizing down ( I ordered a large). This too I have had for two years. I brought it back in 2015 because it reminded me of Selena and I wanted to pay ode to the “Queen of Tejano” music. Well that never happened so here I am two years later finally wearing this top.m and I must say the look came together cohesively💖💖💖.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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Outfit Deets:
Sunnies |Blink Eyewear
Black Ramba Crop Top |Forever21
Orange Fatigue Cargos |eBay
Vans Hi |Journeys
Virgo Necklaces |Charlotte Russe

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MIKE BRODIE’s Hobo Youth

Born in 1985, Mike Brodie began photographing when he was given a Polaroid camera in 2004. Working under the moniker ‘The Polaroid Kidd,’ Brodie spent the next four years circumambulating the United States, amassing an archive of photographs that make up one of the few, true collections of American travel photography. Brodie made work in the tradition of photographers like Robert Frank, William Eggleston and Stephen Shore, but due to never having undergone any formal training he always remained untethered to the pressures and expectations of  the art market.

Brodie compulsively documented his exploration of the tumultuous world of transient subcultures without regard to how the photographs would exist beyond him. After feeling as though he documented all that he could of his subject, his insatiable wanderlust found a new passion, and as quickly as he began making photographs, he has left the medium to continue in his constant pursuit of new adventures.