$500 Reward

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
This reward poster for the snitching of graffiti vandalism was of interest for the celebrity photographer, Terry Richardson, who posted it on his photo blog.

Experiments in Photography by Lucas Simões

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Lucas Simões is an artist living and working in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Through a combination of both geometric and organic shapes overlaid, he's been able to use cut out photographs of close friends to explore identity and cultural individualism.

Photographs by Louis Draper

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Over the last 25 years, historians and curators have been digging into previous generations of photographers who were marginalized and pushed into obscurity becuase of their color, gender, geography, or class. One of their discoveries has been Louis H. Draper, who luckily had preserved much of his archive and has recently gathered visiblity and much esteem. Take a look at some of his wonderful photos after the jump...

Photographer David Roemer

Erotica // Monday, August 05, 2013
Here's a little Monday eye candy for your ever-discerning erotica palette: Irina Shayk in a shoot for GQ, photographed by the outstanding David Roemer. Roemer has quickly established himself as part of the new generation of image-makers in the fashion industry, pushing the boundaries of movement, power, and expression. His subjects have a dimensional quality that can often be ironic or jarring, mixing retro and modern elements. With a strong attention to color and visually retaining a graphic sensibility, his images blend the fine line between natural texture and subtle perfection.

North Korea Documented by Class Touriste

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 03, 2013
A beautiful set of photos from North Korea and photographer David De Vleeschauwer for Classe Touriste. We aren't sure how cool it is to promote the sensational visuals of a completely totalitarian government, but beautiful travel photography is just that, and the photographer her capture a very interesting, well-orchestrated oppressive society...

"Katharsis": Lucha Libre Documented @ Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 02, 2013
The Katharsis exhibition is comprised with images from the Photography Collection of Fundación Televisa, becoming a documentary and artistic tour through the real and imaginary arenas of Mexican wrestling or lucha libre. Entrenched within pop culture since the 1930s, lucha libre has become for Mexicans an obsession harkening back to gladiator battles and Aztec warriors. The public is not resigned to the role of spectator; but instead, they fervently participate in the complex and boundless theatricality of lucha libre. The exhibition will be on display at the MOLAA in Long Beach through September 15, 2013.

Self-Portraits by Fabiano Rodrigues

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 01, 2013
Sao Paulo-based photographer and ex-pro skater Fabiano Rodrigues has taken a wonderful series of self-portraits of himself skating in superbly chosen and composed locations, often museums, and outside/in architectural landmarks around the city. Taken with a Hasselblad and remote control, the one off prints explore "the history and repertoire of skateboarding movements, particularly its relationship with the city, its architecture and urban furniture."

Carl Warner's 'Bodyscapes'

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 01, 2013
It look us a second to realize that these landscapes by London-based photographer Carl Warner were far from conventional. Shooting the human forms in his studio and then later placeing them together in Photoshop, Warner has created a very interesting series that examines both our view of ourselves and ourselves in relation to our bodies and fellow humans.

"The Language of the Wall" by Brassai

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 31, 2013
The desire to draw in public, carve your name into a wall or a park bench goes back pretty far. Lets just say forever, I mean, cave paintings? However, we do always find it interesting to see what kind of public/street art was going on throughout history. Brassai, a Hungarian sculptor, photographer and filmmaker who is best known for his nighttime photographs in Paris during the early 20th century spent three decades documenting wall carvings and markings which he titled "The Language of the Wall." Fascinating!

Serafima Kobzeva by Van Sarki

Erotica // Monday, July 29, 2013
Model Serafima Kobzeva is bound hand and foot by neon rope in this provocative photo shoot for Interview Magazine by inimitable photographer Van Sarki. Born in 1984, Sarki is the youngest of five children and was raised in Kentucky. He received his BFA in Studio Art from New York University and currently resides on what most would say is the wrong side of the Manhattan Bridge. Some of his editorial clients include Interview Magazine, Numéro Magazine, The New York Times, and Dossier Journal.

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