Donbas, Ukraine. Known for its various coal mines, is considered home to some of the most hazardous working conditions in the world. And yet, coal mining serves as the only source of income for many families receiving tax support from the government.
While most of the mining projects operate under the government, a recent rise of illegal mining has begun to spread across the region to pursue efficiency and increase profit. While creating millions of dollars in revenue, working hours upon hours under exposed coal dust and methane can take a debilitating toll on the workers’ personal safety.
Toronto-based photographer Valeriya Myronenko documents critical working and living conditions for both government and illegal workers in Donbas.
Quelle: Vice Magazine
First Bikini, 1936 (Ruth Langer)
* 10 years before the presentation by Louis Réard *
Isolator | a 1925 invention by science fiction pioneer Hugh Gernsbeck to focus the mind when reading or writing
Old World and New,
A Samurai poses with his katana and revolver, mid 19th century.
Quai de Montebello. Paris, 1951. From Izis: Captive Dreams - Photographs, 1944-80
Winifred Wagner in the garden of Villa Wahnfried, 1932
Anti-Beatles pamphlet, 1965 (via Dangerous Minds)
Getting an upgrade.
Lonely pub, Yorkshire, 1964, J. Bulmer
Japanese propaganda poster, 1942
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