In the summer of 1974, photographer and writer Danny Lyon spent two months wandering around Brooklyn, taking pictures of whatever he saw. The result is an amazing collection of images that shows the degradation and simultaneous beauty of one of the world's most eclectic and creative places. Lyon's talent for capturing the personality of cities and movements was also put to good use during his recording of the Civil Rights Movement; taking portraits of inmates at a Texas prison in 1967; and hitting the road and snapping some photos with the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle gang. Trust us, he's your new favourite photographer. More at mocp.org.