Photography // Sunday, July 05, 2015
Imperial publishing has recently released Opening Night, a limited edition book compiling photographs shot in the ‘60s by Elliot Landy. The images of various celebrities and socialites were shot over 6 months when Landy had access to the most premier celebrity parties. Celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Faye Dunaway, Marlene Dietrich, Andy Warhol, Dustin Hoffman, Lauren Bacall and many more all appear in Landy’s newest book.
Photography // Saturday, July 04, 2015
In 2014, photographer and director Tyrone Lebon made “Reely and Truly”, a diaristic and personal documentary about photography. The film begins with Lebon’s father Mark, who is also a photographer, reading to camera: “This is a film about photography, and therefore a film about lies. Even the nature of truth, possibly a lie about a lie, or a truth about The truth.."
Photography // Thursday, July 02, 2015
Arrivals and Departures chronicles Jacob Aue Sobol’s travels across the Asian continent by train during 2012-2014, with stops in Moscow, Russia; Ulan Batar, Mongolia and Beijing, China, and numerous rural communities along the way. During three separate month-long trips, Sobol photographed the changing landscape from his window seat, as well as encounters with inhabitants of the locations where he disembarked.
Graffiti // Friday, July 03, 2015
“It just makes it art with consequences” says Philadelphia-based writer Nice in this new teaser video by Spray Daily. We have to say its “Nice” and refreshing to hear a graffiti writer articulate ideas and feeling about graffiti in an educated way and also based on experience.
Graffiti // Sunday, July 05, 2015
Do you like watching death defying bombing? Then this video is for you! It features writers such as Aware and Elms dropping some huge pieces off bridges and buildings. The folks over at Indecline did a great job with this and we're hoping to see a Volume 2 in the near future.
Graffiti // Thursday, July 02, 2015
Bay Area graffiti staple, Orfn will be having a solo exhibition entitled “Big Grid” tonight, July 2, 2015 at Art Primo in San Francisco. Unique and controversial in esthetic and character, Orfn’s work has always stood out amongst the hoards and is not to be missed.