Some of the most interesting/useful/fun stories from around the web to check out over the weekend (Warning: Highly Bookmarkable). A weekly roundup curated by ASMP National Board Member Luke Copping.
• 99% Invisible explores why The Bauhaus owes its popularity and influence outside of Germany to a lesser-known photographer named Lucia Maholy.
• Medium explores how Public Knowledge recently crossed the line with a series of allegedly inaccurate attacks against the Copyright Office.
• The late Bill Cunningham’s image archive may be worth more than $1 million dollars.
• Don’t be that guy – how not to be an exploitive photographer when traveling.
• That time someone photographed Salvador Dali trying to coax a rhino into attacking a Vermeer painting.
• ASMP Executive Director recently wrote this guest post on Scott Kelby’s blog that is an important call to action for any photographer or freelancer who values their ability to make a career out of their creativity.