Best of 2014: A New Kind of Beauty

Photography // Monday, December 22, 2014
From 2008-2010, London-based photographer Phillip Toledano developed a body of work that focused on the extreme side of plastic surgery. Through traditional lighting techniques, Toledano highlights the contours of his physically altered subjects’ skin and focuses on the sculptural aspect of their modified bodies. 

The work of Bob Willoughby

Photography // Sunday, December 21, 2014
Popular Photography called Bob Willoughby "The man who virtually invented the photojournalistic motion picture still." Willoughby was the first “outside” photographer hired by the major studios for the magazine, and was the link between filmmakers and major magazines of the time, such as Like and Look.

"One" by Harry Gould Harvey

Photography // Saturday, December 20, 2014
Harry Gould Harvey’s One is the first part of a three part project with the intent of exploring contemporary punk culture. The book One explores the ambiguity of sexuality within the subculture and the surfaces that surround it. The photographs here-in look to explore tropes and visually stimulating imagery within punk. 

Camille Seaman’s stunning 10 year photographic exploration of our disappearing icebergs

Photography // Friday, December 19, 2014
When a flight was overbooked, Camille Seaman voluntarily gave up her seat in exchange for a round-trip ticket to Alaska; a choice that that would alter her direction in life permanently. Seaman explains, “That’s the first time [that I understood] I was standing on my planet,” she says. “Not just a planet or earth, but my planet.” 

The Work of ChihHsien Chen

Photography // Friday, December 19, 2014
ChihHsien Chen is a Taiwan based photographer. His work examines the world around him with a carefree, youthful aesthetic. All shot on 35 film, his images are soaked in nostalgia and full of vibrant energy. Initially just snapshots of his friends, Chen's attention to light and color produces bold, graphic images that have a certain sense of timelessness and placelessness to them.

Best of 2014: Glamour Shots for Goats

Photography // Friday, December 19, 2014
Having recently graduate from the Masters program at Rhode Island School of Design, Brooklyn based photographer Rob MacInnis’s series “Farm Family” combines studio lighting with the animals that we mainly look to for food. 

"Watershed" by Jeff Rich

Photography // Thursday, December 18, 2014
Jeff Rich is a photographer and educator based in Iowa. His series Watershed, which exists in three parts and was shot entirely on large format film, focuses on the human impact on areas within the Mississippi River watershed. Seen here is Part I - A Survey of the French Broad River Basin.

Hubert Crabières’s “ Iceland”

Photography // Thursday, December 18, 2014
In his documentary series “Iceland”, artist Hubert Crabières gives us an insider’s view of life in the country of Iceland. Instead of showing us the exciting and enticing parts of living in the mid-Atlantic, Crabières shows us the more mundane side of life.

Best of 2014: Photographing the Rise of Hip Hop

Photography // Thursday, December 18, 2014
Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, Bronx native Lisa Leone was surrounded by the up and coming hip hop community. With her passion for photography, Leone began photographing everything. Little did she know that she was capturing some of the most iconic figures in the world of hip-hop at the inception of their careers. From Grandmaster Flash to Nas, Leone’s images display a raw candidness that is often lost in studio photoshoots. 

Jordan Sullivan's "An island in the moon"

Photography // Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Jordan Sullivan is a writer and artist living in Los Angeles, California. He has worked as a day laborer on a concrete construction crew in central Texas, a touring musician in a rock and roll band, a dishwasher in a fancy restaurant, a house keeper to a psychoanalyst, and an artist assistant to photographers Mike & Doug Starn.
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