Kris Kidd and Cameron Lee Phan Present “A History of Bad Men”

Photography // Monday, January 12, 2015
Strewn across the highway in fur and fresh tears, doused in the same fear and guilt as every shamed boy before him, Kris Kidd walks. By his own admittance, the highway is his playground and he is a too curious child on the cusp of manhood and manic depression. 

"Division of the Vision" @ Yossi Milo Gallery, NY

Photography // Sunday, January 11, 2015
On January 15, 2015, Yossi Milo Gallery will present Division of the Vision, an exhibition of sculpture, video and photo-based work by Israeli artist Assaf Shaham. This is Shaham’s first solo exhibition in the United States. Assaf Shaham draws attention to the divide between perception and reality in still and moving images. Recognizing that obeying prescribed roles of artist, camera and subject, limits the possibility of representing reality, his work attempts to break down and reconfigure these roles.

"Taxi" by Mike Harvey

Photography // Saturday, January 10, 2015
During his four year career as a taxi cab driver in the Neath community of Wales, Mike Harvey photographed around 120 of his passengers. After having some friendly banter and an exchange of stories, Harvey would request permission to take their photograph and those that participated would have their fare waived as a thank you. 

Franck Bohbot’s “Cuts”

Photography // Saturday, January 10, 2015
While walking the streets of New York, French photographer Franck Bohbot set out to photograph the variety of barbershops that he found sprinkled throughout the city. From aged neighborhood hangouts to trendy hipster interiors, each shop held it’s own brand of charm and appeal. 

Aisha Zeijpveld’s Abstractions

Photography // Friday, January 09, 2015
Throughout her work, photographer Aisha Zeijpveld displays a unique style within her compositions and image manipulations. The Amsterdam-based artist specializes in unique portraits that display a special brand of abstract realism. 

UV Erotica by Robert Babylon

Erotica // Friday, January 09, 2015
Robert Babylon has been creating erotic photography for 15 years, capturing everything from raunchy bondage to soft, sensual black-and-whites celebrating the human body, ever since he became bored of his work at the British National Space Programme. Taking a risk, he followed his passion for photography -- a hobby since he was 15 -- teaming up with his equally open-minded wife, Caroline Martin, to create erotic art.

Simone Lueck @ Kopeikin Gallery

Photography // Thursday, January 08, 2015
From January 10 - February 28 Simon Lueck’s series “ American Movie” will be on display at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles. For the series, Lueck held open casting calls across the US and in Berlin to see what individuals found themselves fitting in the parts described in the casting calls. 

The Photography of Rebekah Campbell

Photography // Thursday, January 08, 2015
Rebekah Campbell is an american artist whose photographs full of beautiful people and youthful energy have captured the attention of an enviably long list of clients and collaborators like Rookie, Nylon, and Lazy Oaf, to name a few. 

Looking With Qiu Yang

Photography // Thursday, January 08, 2015
We stumbled across these awesome photos by Qiu Yang this morning, and just had to share. This one here of the voyeuristic vibe is just priceless. Yang has shot for magazines and organizations like AnOther Mag, Elle, It's Nice That, Wallpaper*, VW, Nowness, Dior, to name a few. 

Heavy Metals by Albert Seveso

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 08, 2015
Heavy Metals is a new series by UK Illustrator, Graphic Designer, and Photographer Albert Seveso based on his need of exploring new fluids, forms, liquids, inks and metals.