Daniel Sorine’s images have appeared worldwide in leading journals such as LIFE, Time, Newsweek and The New York Times as well as in advertising for major companies such as Sony, Du Pont and American Express.
Daniel has co-authored numerous books, with his wife, Stephanie, including the highly acclaimed “Dancershoes” published by Alfred A. Knopf. He is also the author of the novel “The Marigold Murders” available on Amazon Books.

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  • berndt2
    berndt2about 6 years ago

    Cool series. interesting how the ’65 one is so ornate/expensive looking, the ’80s one is so simple and disposable while the modern one is so… pretentious? (That said, surely it needs two or three more blades and a couple of additional aloe vera and menthol strips?)

  • Daniel Sorine
    Daniel Sorineabout 6 years ago

    The biggest difference is the cost and sharpness of the blades. Today’s replacement blades are almost as expensive as the razor but you rarely cut yourself anymore. The old blades were a nightmare. Each time I shaved myself I looked like character from SAW V.

  • John Hooton
    John Hootonabout 6 years ago

    Interesting subject. Most men (in London anyway) only shave every 3 or 4 days relying on the ‘rough’ look to stay fashionable. I have a feeling the price of blades has something to do with it though. 8 blades now cost me over 1.5 times the monthly rent I was paying in 1963. $1,243 for a packet of blades in 2053 anyone?

  • Ashley Justiniano
    Ashley Justinianoabout 6 years ago

    nice one!

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