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Photographer Michael Wolf’s recent Honorable Mention from World Press Photo for his Google Street View-gleaned A Series of Unfortunate Events has been attracting some aesthetic discussions. Is this photojournalism? Are dramatic grandmas that have fallen and can’t get up and Henri Cartier-Bresson-esque crops… art? Wait, are we still arguing about this? […]

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The latest from photographer Michael Wolf’s exploration of Google Street View is a collection of those unmistakable pointed gestures of displeasure. The FY series is similar to his NYC series… because of all the middle fingers. Bonus: a dog doing what can also be considered an expression of anger. Getting a good look there, Google? […]

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Photographer Michael Wolf’s latest series of Google Street View series crops Manhattan — and all its pig carcass-hauling, finger-flipping character — into art. Provided for contest: cuts from Paris Street View, wherein any Wolf-chosen assembly of people and gestures is positively cinematic… erm, cinématographique. […]

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Where’s My Jetpack has done his share of Google Street View international traveling and turned some of it into supersaturated Dada art. His latest “limited edition print” previews Jesus’s return taking place in East Harlem, away from needy Christian militias, to do his own Godly bidding. […]

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A food-snatching seagull in the UK was one of the many strange images captured by Google’s all pervasive Street View. The thieving scavenger swooped in and stole someone’s french fry in the seaside city of Brighton and the search engine’s cameras caught the getaway. |Daily Mail| […]

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Frightened by technology, Sir Paul McCartney has succeeded in removing photos of his London mansion from Google Street View. The Sun reports that McCartney, who has “been careful about security” since Mark David Chapman shot bandmate John Lennon to death in 1980, “was unsettled when he heard Google users could get a 360-degree view.” Now, […]

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After complaints that their cameras were snooping over fences, Google Street View is being forced to lower their lenses by 16 inches and reshoot 12 cities in Japan. The new privacy mandate came a day after Greece halted the mapping service and weeks after UK media speculation that a woman filed for divorce after catching […]

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