NEW releases FROM DEADBEAT CLUB PRESS

Photography // Friday, May 30, 2014
Los Angeles-based independent publishing group, Deadbeat Club Press, has recently released two new titles to their ever-growing list of publications. Clint Woodside's Let Me Die In My Footsteps and Samuel Davidson's Sweet Milk each feature gorgeous and moderately minimal photographs taken solely with film. 

Marcus Yam’s “Global City”

Photography // Friday, May 30, 2014
Aerospace engineer turned photographer Marcus Yam’s series “Global City” captures the movement and chaos of Seattle’s rapid growth, technological advancements, and population boom. By creating triple exposure images, Yam is able to juxtapose images that portray the idea of the “old” Seattle with depictions of the transforming ever-growing city and the multiple facets growing with it.

An Epic Digital Collage By Yang Yongliang

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 30, 2014
Chinese artist Yang Yongliang has unveiled his largest work to date, From the New World. In this epic digital collage, Yongliang constructs a dystopian future, a crowded and creepy landscape. This piece continues the same necessary dialogue as his earlier works, commenting on the critical effects of unsustainable and unchecked development most of us are witnessing in large cities close to us

video: LET US ROAM - Atiba Jefferson

Photography // Thursday, May 29, 2014
In part of a new series by Leica, Let Us Roam profiles photographers with skateboard backgrounds. Videos in the past were made on Greg Hunt, Ray Barbee, Arto Saari and now Atiba Jefferson. Jefferson is a professional photographer from Colorado Springs, CO. He discovered photography in high school and quickly developed a passion for the camera. Since skateboarding was his first love it naturally became his primary subject and the focus through the lens. 

The work of Victoria Sambunaris

Photography // Thursday, May 29, 2014
Victoria Sambunaris is a landscape photographer, in a very classical sense. She plans her entire year around journeys taken across America, with her large format camera. She produces very contemplative, still images which depict the intersection of nature, industry, and geology. 

Documenting 11 Years With Obesity

Photography // Thursday, May 29, 2014
In 2002, Jen Davis began creating a series of self-portraits documenting her struggles and emo-tions relating to her obesity which struck at an early age. Through her photographs, Davis cap-tures the moments when she feels the most vulnerable, lonely, and insecure and transforms them through her use of light and color into beautiful and captivating images. 

Jeff Divine & Tom Adler @ Mollusk Surf Shop, San Francisco

Photography // Thursday, May 29, 2014
Mollusk Surf Shop is proud to present a solo exhibition by California-based photographer, Jeff Divine.The exhibit will showcase a series of rarely seen images, selected from a vast archive spanning 45 years of surfing history and is co-curated by the artists, longtime designer/maker partner, Tom Adler. Alongside the photographic works, Divine will present a slideshow-style talk offering detailed insight into some of his most iconic images documenting the rise of professional surfing in the late 1970s to early 80s.

Alex S. Maclean's aerial photographs

Photography // Wednesday, May 28, 2014
While most photographers take to the streets to find their subjects, Alex S. Maclean heads for the sky. Using a Cessna 182 carbon fiber airplane, Maclean, a licensed pilot, explores the world from above documenting the varying landscapes, architecture and creatures below.

The Sun City Poms

Photography // Wednesday, May 28, 2014
After spending some time in the retirement town of Sun City, Arizona, London-based photographer Todd Antony was immediately taken by the active lifestyles of it’s inhabitants. With a population just under 40,000, Antony was most intrigued by the city’s cheerleading squad, the Sun City Poms. Formed in 1979, this group of senior cheerleaders redefine what it means to live life to the fullest at any age. 

The Large Scale of Jeff Wall

Photography // Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Often drawing inspiration from impressionist paintings and notable literature for the compositions of his photographs, artist Jeff Wall also mimics the scale of his inspirations through the literal size of his photographs. After printing each image at least six feet wide on transparency, Wall turns each photograph into a large scale lightbox.

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