For America, the 1980s was an age of seductive opulence. With the momentum of growing wealth and increased material freedoms spurred by Wall St.
“I am particularly drawn to Michael Eastman’s Abstract Wall #2, Havana 2000. Michael Eastman’s Abstract Wall #2, Havana 2000, illustrates Castro’s Communist strangulation of bourgeois, European architecture, and local voices in Cuba’s cultural history.
There were few twentieth-century celebrities more legendary than Frank Sinatra. He was one of the most accomplished and revered American entertainers to make a lasting impact on the country’s history.
If there is one name in the history of fashion photography who embodies the iconic ‘snapshot aesthetic’, it is Arthur Elgort. When Elgort made his debut as a fashion photographer, his improvisational and spontaneous style of shooting was a breath of fresh air in an era of heavy makeup, stiff, non-smiling mannequin like posing and controlled, studio lighting.
Some Superbowl commercials became ingrained in American minds, one of the most memorable being Cindy Crawford’s early 1990s Pepsi Ad. The minute-long commercial, which showed supermodel Crawford stopping at a remote gas station for a can of Pepsi, captured a special moment in the brand’s history.