Have You Seen Assez Vu?

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Check out the newest vintage (oh, the irony!) website on the block! Assez Vu, translating to “seen enough” in French, is a treasure trove of black-and-white “odd and inspiring pictures from the past.” Have a looksee here!

Photo via Assez Vu

Cool vintage imagery doesn’t just pop up out of nowhere, although the internet always surprises us with new sources. We’re always on the lookout for awesome websites to add to our reading list and Assez Vu is one we’ve just bookmarked!

Photos via Assez Vu

Just like Retronaut and These Americans, Assez Vu features some unusual analogue photographs like Anton Giulio Bragaglia’s fisheye self-portrait from 1932 and Wanda Wulz’s “Me + Cat” multiple exposure photo!

Know any similarly interesting websites? Besides *Lomography.com*, of course! ;-) Let us know in the comments below!

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written by denisesanjose on 2012-11-14 #news #black-and-white #vintage #analogue-photography #analogue-cameras #websites #assez-vu

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  1. stratski
    stratski ·

    Looks interesting, but a link would be nice...

  2. denisesanjose
    denisesanjose ·

    @stratski You can find links to each story below the photos :-)

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