A Skateboarding Light Painted Skeleton

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 05, 2015
We've shown you Darius Twin's light painting photography and videos before but now he's back with a skateboarding skeleton. "You're never too old to skateboard."

The Photography of Dom Sebastian

Photography // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Dom Sebastian is a 20 year old London based photographer, graphic artist and fashion designer who gained internet notoriety with his net art influenced fashion line Jurassic Marble, which contained fabrics printed with some of his photographic works.

Clay Patrick McBride @ Foley Gallery, NY

Photography // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Until February 22, black and white photographs by Clay Patrick McBride will be on display at the Foley Gallery in New York as part of the gallery’s storefront window curatorial series. The installation titled “Third Rail” is comprised of 35mm photographs taken by McBride in the NYC subway. 

Photographing Nudes with Sam Haskins

Erotica // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
South African photographer Sam Haskins, who passed away in 2009, left behind a defining legacy as a key player in mainstream 20th century photography and the sexual liberation of the 1960s. Some of his most notable and influential work was seen in a 1962 book called Five Girls, a study in black and white of the nude female form, and a 1965 book Cowboy Kate which was an adventures photo essay of a model, her hat, and the Wild West. Both captured "the era's sexual freedom and independence," launching his career as a commercial and fashion photographer.

How to Stick Out Like a Severed Thumb

Design // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Justin Poulsen knows how to make sure his promotional materials get noticed. For his 2015 mailing, the Toronto-based photographer included an incredibly realistic and painfully (in a good way) literal interpretation of a thumb drive. Using silicon, the artist created a series of severed fingers, each handcrafted and painted. Kudos Justin, kudos.

"When Two or More are Gathered Together" by Neal Slavin

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
Neal Slavin is a photographer and film director known for his photographic books. His book and series When Two or More are Gathered Together is a collection of various clubs and organizations across the the US. The project was sparked by an old family photo of his brother-in-law's Boy Scout troop. 

"The Shepherd’s Daughter" by Clare Benson

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
In her photographic series “The Shepherd’s Daughter”, Michigan native Clare Benson visually explores her family’s relationship and history with hunting. Creating both documentary and staged images, Benson uses her photography to better understand and relate to her family. 

The Natural Wonders of Inka and Niclas

Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping.  Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping. In their work, "a happy conversation between a human and nature is revealed in sweeping tableaus, lush color fields, and small, but undeniably engaged individuals, couples, and groups. Whether deeply involved in the conversation, or expectant that it will happen, the subjects bare a desire for this connection." Desire is the word. We want to be there, sitting by that rainbow rock.  via thisispaper.com and @anothermagazine

"Zonians" by Matías Costa

Photography // Sunday, February 01, 2015
Photographed from 2011 to 2014, Matias Costa’s Zoiians is a series of images that follow the traces of the Zonians memory and the moments before their near disappearance. “Known as the Zonians, these people were stripped of their privileges in 1999 when their land ceased to be a North American territory. 

Annie Ling's "Awhereness"

Photography // Saturday, January 31, 2015
“Romania and Moldova are beautiful countries with an ugly problem. Every year, thousands of women, men and children are trafficked outside and within the borders for sex and forced labor,” writes Patricia Chabvepi on the project Awhereness by Brooklyn-based photographer Annie Ling. 


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