In Newspaper, television, film, the representadon of war is everywhere in our media; never in our everyday life, but brought back from farthest regions of the world. Photographer Leo Caillard decided to put it back in our reality.
Brazilian police has hands full of work. Those are things confiscated by them – drugs, money and weapons.
This is what FBI looked like in the ’30s and ’40s.
Anthony Karen is a photojournalist based in New York. His passion for photography began in Haiti, where he documented the various Vodou rituals and pilgrimages throughout the country. His project was interrupted when an opportunity to photograph a Ku Klux Klan cross lighting came through. Over the years that followed, Anthony found himself with unrestricted access into America’s most private white separatist organizations.
When these pictures were taken they were only children or young people. Who would have thought that they will grow up and became ruthless dictators who infamously signed up in the history of the world?