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Worth a thousand words: this art roundup for World Photo Day!

Polaroid by Andrew Miller

This coming Monday is World Photography Day, and as uber fans of everything photo, we couldn’t resist an art-packed homage to the medium that inspired Ansel Adams, that gave Gordon Parks a powerful creative outlet, that Dorothea Lange turned into iconic images. Here in the 21st century, the medium's more relevant than ever, continuing to evolve in exciting, often unexpected ways.

Our print collection reps an awesome range of photographic work. We’ve got everything from groundbreaking vintage selects, to modern tributes to the tools of the trade, to digitally manipulated photo-based pieces that branch out beyond. They’re a testament to the timeless, transformative power of the picture, the wonder of seeing life through a new lens. Don’t be camera shy—these artworks are perfect for photographers, photo lovers, and art history buffs alike. Snap 'em up for a photo finish!

Animal Locomotion: Plate 44 (Man Taking Off Hat) by Eaweard Muybridge

Chlocladia clavellosa
by Anna Atkins

Praia Piquinia 19/08/15 12h16
by Christian Chaize

AS11-40-5875 (Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. Flag),
a 20x200 Space Edition

alleverythingthatisyou sno7_057
by Mike + Doug Starn

I Am an American, Oakland, CA, March 1942 by Dorothea Lange

Cheese Store, 276 Bleecker St
by Berenice Abbott

Fay on the Dock
by William Wegman

New York skyline, a 20x200 Vintage Edition

abandoned beauty
by Tom Kondrat

Frida Kahlo standing next to an agave plant
by Toni Frissell

Ideal Bookshelf 367: Photography by Jane Mount

NYC Metro Air Traffic 3/18/18
by Pete Mauney

New York City (ISS045-E-066112),
a 20x200 Space Edition

Apart Camera
by Todd McLellan

Graphite Camera Drawings
by Christine Berrie

Swell, Southern Ocean near 50 S, Antarctica by Stuart Klipper

Washington D.C. Government charwoman
by Gordon Parks

OOAK Vintage Black Francie Doll 2
by Qiana Mestrich

Jones Beach Dream (dunes)
by Chris Mottalini

Cape Horn, Columbia River, Oregon
by Carleton Watkins

The Tetons, Snake River by Ansel Adams

More photo faves thru here