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(��: Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP / Getty Images) A demonstrator catches fire during clashes with riot police within a protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on May 3, 2017. Venezuela’s angry opposition rallied Wednesday vowing huge street protests against President Nicolas Maduro’s plan to rewrite the constitution and accusing him of dodging elections to cling to power despite deadly unrest.
Although the curtains have been called on these theaters, you can still get a glimpse of their glorious past through the rubbles. //www.eikon-pro.com
The curtains have been called on these beautiful theaters. (��: Matt Lambros / Barcroft Images / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)
Photographer captures portraits of more than 130 beautiful redhead women in a bid to tackle bullying (via the Daily Mail) http://eikon-pro.com
Getty Images contributor, Brian Dowling, who is from Mississippi but lives in Berlin, went to 20 countries for ‘Redhead Beauty’, which will be available from St Patrick’s Day on March 17.
Whether one ascribes to the theory that gender is a biological principle or a learned performance, this much is clear: Society’s understanding of masculinity and femininity is becoming increasingly fluid. (via Adobo Magazine) //www.eikon-pro.com
The boundaries of gender are blending and increasing in complexity, and both the results and the images illustrating them are simply beautiful. ��: MoMo Productions/ Getty Images
The changing face of women in popular culture as they subvert traditional notions of femininity is part of a new exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in London. (via Evening Standard) See more on //www.eikon-pro.com
Athletes, strongwomen, cowgirls, female electricians and middle-aged surfers are some of the subjects of the Creative In Focus exhibition opening at the Getty Images Gallery this month. ��: Tara Moore / Getty Images
In combative political times, it’s a brave brand that strikes a position – or is it just clever advertising? Andrew ‘Dizz’ Delaney, Director of Content at Getty Images ponders this question as he takes us through his hits and misses of the Super Bowl ads this year. (via LinkedIn)
“It was wonderful to see so many of the visual trends Getty Images predicts coming to life in the U.S. Adfest that is the Super Bowl.” – Andrew ‘Dizz’ Delaney, Director of Content at Getty Images