Mihaela Minca is one of the most famous witches in Romania. She and her coven — all women of the traditionally itinerant Roma minority — live at the margins of European society, in the suburbs of Bucharest.
In 1975, scientists at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, dreamt up ideas for habitats that could house human civilization in space. Rick Guidice was a freelance illustrator with a background in architecture when NASA tasked him with creating the artistic renderings.
In Los Angeles, Kenneth Tam found an oddly willing audience for his offbeat requests: to have someone shave him on camera, for instance, or to allow him to film a couple’s casual dinner at home while he sat, silent, in the background.