Shot over eight years, the film photographs in the artist and zine queen’s new book, ‘The Swimming Pool,’ are an ode to beautiful bodies and Southern California summers. The previous owner of artists Deanna and Ed Templeton’s house in Huntington Beach, California was an elderly lady. As a result, their swimming pool is just the […]Read more "Deanna templeton – ‘The Swimming Pool’"
More than 400 images from the 1980s to the early 2000s detail the “standout moments” of the rise of Run DMC, Grandmaster Flash, Jay Z and many more artists, before It Became a Billion-Dollar Industry Bill Adler never set out to be a professional collector; it’s just part of who he is. And by the […]Read more "VINTAGE PHOTOS OF THE EARLY DAYS OF HIP-HOP"
“In her work, photographer Claudia Corrent explores the relationship between people and the environment, a theme which sees her traveling the world. We’ve featured Corrent’s photography before, and her work has already appeared in publications such as National Geographic, Vanity Fair and Der Spiegel. One of her excursions led her to Morocco, where she captured the country’s richness in vast […]Read more "A Trip Through Northern Morocco"
“French photographer Matthieu Vautrin, about whom we published the series made during the 2015 edition of the Burning Man, presents us his new project entitled Touch of Venice. He caught the particular atmosphere there is in Venice, in Los Angeles. There are a lot of skateparks and the skateboard spirit gives the rhythm the the life.” Léa All […]Read more "Skateboard Vibes of Venice"
Italian photographer Claudia Corrent presents “Insulae”, a series of photographs showing the atmospheric beauty of venice, Italy. Far from the touristic clichés, this series illustrates the peaceful and quiet life of inhabitants, pastel tons of architecture and green-blue water. MAGINFICO ! All photos © Claudia Corrent ViaRead more "The Everyday Landscapes of Venice"
“LeRoy Grannis, considered by many to be the premier photographer of California’s thriving surf culture in the 60’s and 70’s, started out not as a professional or trained artist– but as a hobbyist. He didn’t even begin his epic career until the ripe age of 42 yrs old. That was back in 1959– prime time […]Read more "LEROY GRANNIS, CHRONICLER OF CALIFORNIA SURF CULTURE"
Australian photographer Tom Blachford presents the latest instalment of his series of modernist architecture photography Midnight Modern, a body of work that captures iconic Palm Springs mid-century residences in the chilling light of a full moon. Used to seeing these modernist landmarks in the harsh light of the desert sun, we are mesmerised by Blachford’s […]Read more "PALMS SPRINGS’ MOONLIT MODERNIST VILLAS"