In 1960, LIFE magazine assigned Eve Arnold, who died in January 2012 at the age of 99, to document the days and nights of Malcolm X, the controversial and intensely charismatic public face of the Nation of Islam.
On the anniversary of his death, we revisit her set of photos that surprisingly enough never made it into the magazine. (well, ours at least)
On the anniversary of the start of the Battle of Iwo Jima, we present a series of photos — many of which never ran in LIFE magazine — made in the Pacific by the great W. Eugene Smith near the tail end of World War II.
(W. Eugene Smith—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
We have abandoned our mission. Our star is dying. All our science. All our hopes, our… our dreams, are foolish! In the face of this, we are dust, nothing more. Unto this dust, we return.
- What do you want from me?
- To be friends.
- We don’t need to be friends. We’re family.