Five of the most celebrated interior designers lend a curatorial hand in creating 50 Photographs, a masterful collection that rounds up the best of The New York Times vast treasure trove of photography. We've picked our favorite photos from each of the five collections, ranging from entertaining human oddities to architectural gems.
Under the keen eyes of Jonathan Adler, Thom Filicia, Laura Kirar, Kelly Wearstler and Vincente Wolf the mini-curated photography exhibits have been assembled from images dating back to the early 1900's. Each designer chose ten images from the archives to create exciting collections available for purchase on NYTStore.com.
1. Cat Eyes, 1967, selected by Jonathan Adler; Photo by Jack Manning The New York Times
2. Keith's Bicycle Track, 1902, selected by Laura Kirar; Photo from Museum of the City of New York, The Byron Collection
3. Human Projectiles, Circa 1930's, selected by Vicente Wolf; Photo from The New York Times Photo Archives
4. Me & My Human, 2004, selected by Thom Filicia; Photo by Vincent LaforetThe New York Times
5. Window Panes, 2010, selected by Kelly Wearstler; Photo by Tony Cenicola The New York Times
Each image is available in various sizes (11" x 14", 16" x 20" and 20" x 24") and can also be outfitted in a custom premium frame and mat combination, selected by the designers to compliment their collections. These high-quality images each represent an amazing piece of history and can be yours for prices starting at $199.
Check out the complete collections and get more info by visiting www.nytstore.com/fiftyphotos.