There will be plenty of memories from the coronavirus crisis. But our bodies, if pray we stay well, will best remember the basic contortions.
The photo isn't about eccentricity, it's about mental health. And it's about the symptoms we are all experiencing from the virus these days.
This virus photo from a Belgium hospital has a "sensitive material" warning. But perhaps it's necessary to see--and not just for the obvious reason.
As the coronavirus grips Washington and the nation, this cat photo by Alex Wroblewski is not just sweet. It offers a dose of emotional immunity.
The drive-up church confession is just one of the creative adaptions being made on the fly as the coronovirus upsets the familiar rituals of life.
Suddenly, the media is filled with images that situate the coronavirus into the most well-known backgrounds. This example from Pisa is striking.⠀
What informs this photo and the fear it stirs is the knowledge that the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. is not quite as far along as it is elsewhere.
Photographers are using their symbolic gifts to process the loss of normality from the coronavirus. Here, the focus is on Broadway.
This drawing by a young girl in Italy is a poignant illustration of the threat of coronavirus, and also the health of the planet.
It's a view you can instantly fall in love with–those saguaros, or giant cactus, sharing a "hug." That is, until you recognize the border wall.
In terms of what photographs do, this split view of tourists above and the stadium below projects us five months into the Olympic future.
Camouflage is a common marvel in the biological world. Whether the dress here is purposeful or not is a different question.
Not only is the media resorting to illustrators to capture the proceedings of the presidential impeachment trial, the view of the audience is also limiting.