video: College by Michael Jang - Hamburger Eyes

Photography // Saturday, October 25, 2014
San Francisco-based publisher, Hamburger Eyes, were recently forced to vacate their Mission District headquarters/epicenter where they have been holding it down for years. Hopefully for the sake of San Francisco’s creative community they stick around and don’t bail to another city as so many have been forced to do in the recent years. 

Ed Ruscha's Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass

Photography // Friday, October 24, 2014
Ed Ruscha is best known for his painted works, but has produced a number of well received photo books as well. Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass, his eighth book and the first in color, is indicative of his background in pop art with it's bold, graphic photographs on swimming pools in Los Angeles. 

"Best Instagram Photographer"

Photography // Friday, October 24, 2014
While in Chicago for his upcomong show Goodbye Stranger at Paris London Hong Kong Gallery, New York-based photographer, Daniel Arnold made an appearance on the local FOX 32 station. Dubbed “The Best Photographer on Instagram” by the news source, Arnold played it safe with modesty and gave a brief description on how he rose to the social media and the international limelight through his photographs. 

Tis The Season

Photography // Thursday, October 23, 2014
In 2010, photographer Joey L. ventured into Brooklyn to photograph the seasonal trick-or-treaters in their seasonal environment. By using black and white imagery, Joey adds a mysteriousness to each subject that he photographs in his series “Halloween in Brooklyn.” 

"Snow White" by Sanne de Wilde

Photography // Thursday, October 23, 2014
Sanne de Wilde puts metaphors into use in her beautiful series titled Snow White. Wilde relates photographic material to people with albinism, noting that both are light sensitive. Light leaves an irreversible imprint on their body.

Another Look: Roger Ballen & Asger Carlsen

Photography // Thursday, October 23, 2014
With Roger Ballen on the cover of the magazine this month, we thought we would take a look back at one our favorite collaborations: Asger Carlsen and Roger Ballen. We are big fans of Asger Carlsen who we interviewed in the January 2013 issue of the magazine. The idea of the two working together seemed like such a natural fit that we were not even surprised to see it. But that doesn't mean we were any less excited to see it!

Sheida Soleimani's "National Anthem"

Photography // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Sheida Soleimani is an Iranian-American artist and the daughter of two political refugees. During the revolution that look place in Iran in 1979, her parents were targeted for their activism against the regime, her father escaping across the border and her mother tortured. Taking a critical perspective, Soleimani's series National Anthem explores Iran's turbulent past and present through still life and self portrait

Ryan Koopmans' "Paradise Now"

Photography // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Ryan Koopmans is a Dutch & Canadian photographer fascinated by the interaction of nature with man made elements. His series Paradise Now takes a look at the construction of urban utopias and how they raise questions of what is natural in the context of these new cities. 

'Supermarket Simulacrum II" by Corey Bartle-Sanderson

Photography // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In his series titled Supermarket Simulacrum II, artist Corey Bartle-Sanderson, disguises fruit and then reveals it. The purpose of the project is to exercise our eyes to observe overlooked objects, since their shapes often become camouflaged into their backgrounds. 

To Be A Nun Today

Photography // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In his photographic series “Commitment”, Scotland-based photographer Craig Buchan visually chronicles the daily life of a modern day nun. Focusing specifically on the sisters of the Poor Clare Monastery, Buchan shows how although these nun live their lives void of material possessions, there are certain possessions that they are obliged to use. 


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