Oeil Public, one of photojournalism’s most formidable collectives, has recently disbanded. For fifteen years, they have produced some of the most visually striking and purposeful photo essays from around the globe. Recently having made light of Flickr helping to kill professional photography, I’m quite heartbroken by this particular victim.
Though resources have been so vastly limited by the modern photography market, hopefully these are not the last iconic images and out of the hoards of amateurs and clusters of those that still make photojournalism their livelihood, documents like these will emerge, whether from lucky moments or staggering intent. View a few here and many, many more on their site.