Winner of the Best Animated Film Award at the British Academy Film Awards (aka BAFTA, the British Oscars) and recipient of an Academy Award nomination in 2015, Daisy Jacobs' student-made short is&nbs
February cover artist Marcel Dzama has teamed up with Spoon on a music video for a brand new track off their upcoming album Hot Thoughts out March 17th, 2017.
"Love is Love" is a collaborative animation made with contributions from 120 amazing artists all around the world.
Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent where you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. In
An homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.
We've always had an appreciation for Irina Werning's "Back to the Future" series. The amount of time spent painstakingly recreating every small detail of each photo is incredible.
"NEVADA," an entire portfolio of 15 black and white photographs created by Lewis Baltz in 1977, is currently on display at Joseph Bellows Gallery in La Jolla, CA.
When the word “hooker” is used, the majority of people tend to think of females first. In Colin Roberson’s world and images, men are the only hookers being photographed.
The striking and compelling images that make up Kirsten Luce’s newest body of work are irresistible in their presence.
Jim Mangan’s newest book "Time of Nothing" was recently published by Silent Sound and in honor of this occasion there will be a book signing at Family Books tonight.
Wither her newest ongoing series Moments of Being; photographer Liz Calvi’s lens focuses on various subjects’ intimate and tender moments, examining sexuality and gender identity.
Japan is uniquely ambiguous in this respect which encouraged me to explore these thoughts through the communication with and portrayal of Japanese women.
David Black's "Cerro Gordo" published by Hat & Beard Press is a photographic study of Los Angeles, California, created over the span of a year.
Akasha has integrated herself, camera in hand, into varying communities and subcultures across the 17 wards.
Gathering on a desolate soccer field, hundreds of local men strap homemade potassium chlorate fertilizer based explosives to the heads of sledgehammers and slam them against lengths of steel rail.
Jasen Strickler is a Boston photographer whose work reveals that special, rare synchronicity between the subject and the artist behind the camera.
There is a town off the 5 highway, a little closer to San Francisco than Los Angeles, but more near San Joaquin Valley’s Fresno than anything.