To unveil their newest camera the Leica M-D, the iconic camera company enlisted the perspectives of photographers Daniel Arnold, Nicholas La and Rui Palha, sending the three to Porto, Portugal to sho
Patti holds court on her love of the French poet Rimbuad that spawned her creative path while still a young woman in New Jersey.
The Diary, a collection of unissued material that Dilla assembled but never released, finally saw the light this month. "The Sickness," a bonus track off the album featuring Nas, just got a music vid
September, 2015 cover artist Richard Colman is the latest to participate Converse's Blank Canvas project, painting a colorful new mural in San Francisco.
Since the 2004 opening of Bangkok’s official Metro system, the beautiful red, purple and yellow striped trains of the underground MRT have been a goal for metro writers worldwide.
The FlopBox and SFAQ Projects are proud to announce a new co-published newsprint with accompanying mixtape by the elusive artist, and Juxtapoz favorite, Swampy.
ChihHsein Chen’s photography adds a fresh and much needed boost to the world of portraiture.
In his series, The Dog & Pony Show, photographer Rob MacInnis created professionally lit portraits of farm animals, ranging from donkeys, to pigs, to cattle.
The always awesome photography publication, Hamburger Eyes, has just made there newest issue available online, which we highly suggest you don't sleep on before they are all snatched up.
The portrait photography of Thomas van der Zaag, or ‘Laser Cube,’ as he chooses to go by in the photographic world, falls somewhere in between editorial and personal.
Matt Black's photo project The Geography of Poverty documents communities whose poverty rate exceeds 20%
There are people whose contributions to baseball history went far beyond mere batting averages or stolen bases.
The photography of Igor Pjörrt offers a view of his teenage years in Portugal.
When looking at the accumulated work of Jo Metson Scott, it’s not hard to tell that she stills believes in the beauty of mankind.
Michael Salerno’s book “Childhood,” released in 2015, is a raw, bona-fide representation of childhood.
In part of the ongoing Pratt Photography Lectures series, photographer Jeff Whetstone and Assistant Professor Anna Shteynshleyger.will be having a conversation open free to the public on February 24,
Japanese-born Tomoya Fuji began shooting after graduating from Osaka University of Arts, shortly after which he moved to Amsterdam to further his photographical skill set.