Porträts Doubles by Niklauss Poerri, a study of (mostly) Swiss look-a-likes. Every country has its celebrity look-a-likes, we suppose, and Switzerland is no different. And the term ‘look-a-like’ is stretching it a bit in most cases (above, Daniel Radcliffe and George Clooney) / Cross Section Views of Leica Lenses / what to do with a magazine collection? / The Peckham Experiment. See also these (terrible) scans of study of the living structure of society.
Action Park was a notorious New Jersey funfair, ‘nicknamed “Traction Park”, “Accident Park”, “Class Action Park”, “Danger Park” and “Death Park” by doctors at nearby hospitals due to the number of severely injured parkgoers they treated’, a quote from the park’s Wikipedia entry. Weird NJ has a page of reminisences, and also alerted us to RideAccidents.com, ‘the world’s most comprehensive source of amusement ride accident reports and related news’ (thanks, Michael).