James Dean, Grace Kelly, Marc Bolan, Albert Camus… Christophe Rihet photographs the roads where famous people died, shooting at dawn or dusk to bring a sense of calm. Captions by Camille Riquier.
When James Dean, at the wheel of his Porsche, notices a car in the distance, he reassures his passenger: ‘He has seen us, he will stop.’ But the driver of the Ford Tudor hasn’t seen anything, because his vehicle is very high. Dean cannot avoid the collision. His passenger survives, but Dean’s feet are stuck under the pedals and his neck is broken upon impact. Continue reading »
For all its corporate skullduggery and obnoxious, rules-don’t-apply-to-me swagger, it’s hard to deny that Uber has some clever promotions at times. In a partnership with Warner Bros, the company is offering limited edition rides straight from the post-apocalypse to celebrate the September 1st release of the Mad Max video game. The cars are available for a limited time in Seattle only, but at least the rides are free because “dollars are worthless in the wasteland.” Continue reading »
A man surfs on the wave on the small man-made river Eisbach with snow and temperatures around freazing in the English Gardens in Munich, Germany on Thursday. The standing wave in the Eisbach is a favorite spot for daring water sports enthousiast the whole year round. (Peter Kneffel / EPA) Continue reading »